UNBELIEVABLE: Ilhan Omar Blames Police For Rise In Crime

Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar gave a recent speech during which she blame Minneapolis police for the rise in crime in the city.

The problem? Omar has long advocated to defund the police.

Now she’s arguing they haven’t done enough. Says they haven’t lived up to their code. Isn’t this the same lawmaker who wants to replace police officers?

It sounds like two different people talking, but if you’re Democrat, you apparently don’t have to make sense or be logical anymore. You just have to blame everything American as bad and seek to replace it with a leftist, increasingly socialist, agenda.

But how will defunding the police help fight crime in the city? What happens when the bad guys realize no one is coming to stop them? What happens when there is no punishment for those who do wrong?

It’s pretty clear that when lawlessness isn’t stopped, it escalates. If Omar thinks crime is bad in Minneapolis now, wait until (and God forbid it happens) voters pass the ridiculous ballot measure to defund the city’s police.

Everyone will become their own 911 and Minneapolis will turn into a new wild west. Omar can take her third-world agenda and leave the country if she wants to keep spouting this nonsense.

You have to see it to believe how crazy it sounds in the latest video from DC Shorts.


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