Here’s the watered down resolution against ‘hate’ that doesn’t mention Ihan Omar by name

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:

Here’s the full 7-page resolution:

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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.

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