Ilhan Omar tells UCLA Chancellor that he should've stopped group who played October 7th footage outside of pro-Palestine encampment
· May 25, 2024 · NottheBee.com

There's no way Ilhan Omar said this.

Like, she's a fake actor or something, because this is just one of the most idiotic and backward arguments I've ever heard made literally anywhere.

Here's Ilhan Omar scolding UCLA Chancellor Gene Block for not preventing an anonymous group from playing footage of the October 7th terrorist attacks near the pro-Hamas encampment at UCLA a few weeks ago. This happened during a congressional committee Thursday concerning the recent campus protests.

"Vile and disturbing footage"???

Ya might wanna check on what exactly that footage was, lady.

So here was the actual news of the day:

UCLA Chancellor Gene Block testified before a House committee Thursday in Washington, D.C. about protests on the Westwood campus, the law enforcement response and allegations of antisemitism.

Block, who is set to retire at the end of July, testified three weeks after law enforcement cleared a pro-Palestinian encampment on the campus and arrested more than 200 people and two days after it was reported that the university's police chief was removed from his job and reassigned. Chief John Thomas faced criticism over his handling of the demonstrations that included an attack on a pro-Palestinian encampment.

And Ilhan Omar took time to tell Block that this, out of all things, shouldn't have happened at a pro-Hamas gathering.

Showing footage of a terrorist attack that was executed by the Palestinians to a group of pro-Palestinians is now controversial.

You know, with it being Ilhan Omar, maybe it would have pleased her delicate sensibilities if the video board just said, "Some people did something."

Bro, the Squad is a joke. A literal joke.


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