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Alabama GOP Passes Resolution Calling For Ilhan Omar’s Expulsion From Congress

Omar mocked Republican Rep. Mo Brooks Friday after he said that more Muslims in office is leading to more anti-Semitism.

“Oh it’s fine, it’s just a Republican who says something bigoted!” the Minnesota congresswoman tweeted.

In a follow up tweet, she wrote, “Also, if they are losing their minds over three Muslims in a body of 535, wonder what happens when there is 20 or more.”

Her recent Anti-Semite remarks didn’t help her at all.

She might be a hero for the far-left but rest of the country is not supporting her.

As the Yellow Hammer reported the Alabama Republican Party passed a resolution calling for Alabama’s congressional delegation to seek the expulsion of their colleague Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN).

The resolution was introduced by State Rep. Tommy Hanes (R-Bryant).

He later took the floor to address the rest of the party members:

“It’s just simply asking this body to ask the U.S. delegation, the Alabama delegation in Washington, D.C. to start proceedings to unseat Ilhan Omar, congresswoman from Minnesota,” Hanes said. “This woman is continuously spewing anti-American rhetoric, anti-Semitism. She is un-American. She came from a war-torn country in Somalia to seek protection under Lady Liberty’s hand.”

“Folks, she constantly talks about the U.S. military – I put the U.S. military here,” he continued, raising his right arm. “If it weren’t for the U.S. military, we wouldn’t be here today. I put them here, and she continuously talks down on our veterans. Folks, she continuously talks about one of our most faithful and loyal allies, which is Israel.”

“Let Alabama be first and let’s see how many other states follow,” Hanes added.

One objection to Hanes’ amendment dealt with the concern that it would create “dangerous precedent” for future majorities in the U.S. House of Representatives to create a subjective basis to kick out a duly elected member of Congress.

However, one man took Hanes’ proposal to another level.

“I would just like to say the lady is guilty of sedition – and we need to kick her ass out,” an unidentified member of the state executive committee, who approached the microphone but wasn’t formally recognized, said shortly before passage.

What do you think about this resolution?