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Rep. Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) criticized the Trump administration’s decision to allow a Christian ministry in South Carolina that only works with Christians to participate in a federally funded foster care program, on Tuesday, saying religious freedom means “you don’t use your faith to discriminate against others.”
“Do you think this action was really about religious freedom?” her interviewer at the left-wing Center for American Progress asked.
The article goes on to state the following:
“No, it’s blatant discrimination,” Omar said. “Within the Constitution, at least my understanding is that, religious freedom means you don’t use your faith to discriminate against others, and what this does is it allows you to live out your bigotry, and I think it’s wrong.”
In another video clip shared from the event, Omar was asked about anti-Semitism. Steve Guest reported:
She takes a long pause before responding & then her answer doesn’t mention anti-Semitism. Then referring to”allies,” talks about “how we criticize and hold them accountable.”
Dem Rep. Ilhan Omar who called Israel “evil” was just asked about anti-Semitism.
She takes a long pause before responding & then her answer doesn’t mention anti-Semitism.
Then referring to”allies,” talks about “how we criticize and hold them accountable.”pic.twitter.com/3mSEIATUrm
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) February 5, 2019
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