The House has finally released their resolution against ‘all hate’ that was originally supposed to be something condemning the anti-Semitic remarks made by Rep. Ilhan Omar.
And as was reported before, it doesn’t even mention her.
As Chris Pandolfo points out, the resolution is meaningless:
A resolution condemning "all hate" is meaningless. Everyone in Congress is expected to condemn hate. The point was that Ilhan Omar used hateful, anti-Semitic language and the Congress was supposed to stand up and say, "you can't do that here."— Chris Pandolfo (@ChrisCPandolfo) March 7, 2019
This resolution fails to do that.
Here’s the full 7-page resolution:
In case it doesn’t show up for you for some reason, you can download it here.
After minimizing anti-Semitism by including ‘islamophobia’ in the resolution, don’t expect Omar to stop spewing her anti-Semitism.
The House will vote on it later today. But with the resolution letting Omar off the hook and Nancy Pelosi publicly giving Omar a pass, the only thing this vote really does is show how cowardly Democrats have become in the face of anti-Semitism.