Rep. Omar (D) Describes 9/11 Attack As “Some People Did Something”

Unsurprisingly, you aren’t going to find any mention of this on the front pages of most news outlets, because it once again paints Ilhan Omar in a really bad light, to go with her Israel and Jew hatred. Nothing in the NY Times, NY Daily News, ABC, CBS, or NBC news, all stationed in NYC. Nothing from the Washington Post, LA Times, nor the main Minnesota newspaper, the Star Tribune.

Crenshaw calls out Omar for describing 9/11 attacks as ‘some people did something’

Minnesota Democrat Ilhan Omar is facing backlash after her speech at a Muslim rights group’s event in which she described the September 11, 2001 terror attacks as “some people did something.”

Omar spoke at a Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) fundraiser last month, where she called upon other Muslim Americans to “make people uncomfortable” with their activism and presence in the society and criticized the Jewish state.

But another part of the speech surfaced on social media earlier this week, in which Omar described the terror attacks perpetrated by al Qaeda.

“CAIR was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something, and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties,” Omar said at the event.

The comments from the Minnesota freshman Democrat, still reeling from a number of anti-Semitic controversies, prompted Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw to slam Omar for her description of the terror attacks.

“First Member of Congress to ever describe terrorists who killed thousands of Americans on 9/11 as ‘some people who did something,’” Crenshaw wrote in a tweet. “Unbelievable.”

It’s not particularly surprising, as many, many Muslims here in the U.S. took the side of the the Muslim extremists, while many others were just agnostic on the whole matter. Most are smart enough to keep these views among themselves, which, really, was probably what Omar thought would happen here, speaking in front of her buddies linked to Islamic extremist groups, as they run along the manner of the Muslim Brotherhood, which is really the top of the extremist chart.

And she doesn’t even understand CAIR’s history. It was founded in 1994, not 2011, and one of the reasons was that some were upset over the depiction of Muslims as terrorists in the movie “True Lies”. So, CAIR immediately started palling around with Hamas.

“Ilhan Omar isn’t just anti-Semitic – she’s anti-American. Nearly 3,000 Americans lost their lives to Islamic terrorists on 9/11, yet Omar diminishes it as: ‘Some people did something.’ Democrat leaders need to condemn her brazen display of disrespect,” said GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.

Democrats want this to go away, so, their buddies in the news media have complied.

She’s proud she’s an Israel and Jew hater, and a 9/11 dismisser.

*In the photo, every single square is where someone jumped and hit the ground at the World Trade Center.

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63 Responses to “Rep. Omar (D) Describes 9/11 Attack As “Some People Did Something””

  1. Bill Bear says:

    …and Porter Good is proud to join bigots across America in spreading hatred against Muslims.

    • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

      Again with the personal attacks on the host.
      Reporting what Omar actually said is spreading hatred?
      Explain and show your work.

      • acethepug says:

        Don’t you know? ANYTHING that denies the Left its power is illegal, immoral, and wrong. That’s why the internet must be censored, we can’t have the Left’s stranglehold over the message jeopardized in any way.

        Because, you see, when the Left has to actually answer for its views, when it has to defend itself and explain what it actually believes in besides “orange man bad,” and “everyone who disagrees with me is Hitler,” their flimsy house of cards begins to collapse.

        Omar isn’t doing the Left any favors because she’s a True Believer. She’s not just using the ideology to control others and get rich, like the old Leftist guard, she and AOC and Tlaib fully embrace all of this. And because there are no real consequences, no figurative pulling back of a bloody stump, Omar will KEEP doing it until either the rest of the Left follows her into full-throated Anti-Semitism, or until the Left removes her one way or another for giving too much away too blatantly.

      • Bill has to get his hatred out early and often, usually offering nothing substantive to the debate. Plus, liberals like Bill have this kneejerk reaction to protect all Muslims, not understanding that the radical ones… Omar, are being attacked, and that those same radical ones would be happy to hang him, cut his head off, throw him from a rooftop, etc.

        • Bill Bear says:

          “Bill has to get his hatred out early”

          Excuse me?

          Porter Good was up at 7:26 AM this morning, posting his hatred of a Muslim citizen of the United States.

          Such bigoted asshòlery needs to be responded to quickly and forcefully.

          If Porter Good doesn’t like being called out for his hatemongering, there is a simple solution:

          Stop hatemongering.

          • formwiz says:

            And where’s your disapproval of her anti-Semitism?

            Or is that OK because she’s a Moslem and they don’t forgive like us Christians.

            And, of course, another epithet.

          • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

            C’mon Teach, the Bear has been trolling and tossing epithets at everyone all day.
            Bring out that ban hammer or your warnings have no meaning.
            Besides his doppelganger will pick it up where he leaves off anyway.

    • Jl says:

      Where’s he spreading “hatred”? Please show your work and good luck!

    • formwiz says:

      And Jeffery is proud to join all the Leftists spreading anti-Semitism.

      It’s not being a bigot when you dislike people trying to kill you.

      PS The Hell’s Harem member is typical of Moslems around the world.

      When the “moderates” start showing some backbone and begin denouncing the crazies, then we’ll revisit our position, but if you ain’t with us, you’re with them.

      And that includes you.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        Edward Sibley Dutcher once again making veiled threats against others.

        Do you really think Representative Omar is trying to kill you or are you letting your inherent bigotry get the best of you?

        Does Teach think Rep Omar had anything to do with 9/11?

        When will moderate right-wingers start denouncing the crazies in THEIR fold, who kill more Americans than Rep Omar? If you ain’t with us, you’re with them.

        As I’ve said before, The Pirate’s Cove is a right wing hate site.

  2. Bill Bear says:

    Meanwhile, of course, Porter Good has had nothing whatsoever to say about one of the darlings of the extremist far right normalizing Adolf Hitler…

    • Nighthawk says:

      All you can do is lie?

    • Mangoldielocks says:

      LOL……Thanks for that clip. OMG Thank you Bill Bear. She rebukes congress for being the race baiters they are and only a Japanese would dare confront a Black woman with a taken out of context clip. Watch the whole clip guys.

      WATCH THE WHOLE CLIP and watch MS OWENS DESTROY THE DEMOCRATS WITH THEIR OWN THINLY VEILED ATTEMPT TO SMEAR A BLACK WOMAN. Talk about bigotry, misogyny and racism all rolled into a few minutes.

      LOLOLOLOLOL….Thanks Bill Bear.

      • Bill Bear says:

        “only a Japanese would dare confront a Black woman”

        Ted Lieu is an American.

        He is not Japanese. He is an American who currently holds the rank of Colonel in the United States Air Force Reserve.

        The coward hiding behind the pseudonym “Mangoldielocks” is a racist.

        No wonder he hides.

        • Mangoldielocks says:

          Candice Owens is an American Not an African American black woman. Except when its convienient for the LEFT. Now Lieu is an American and not a Japanese American. Gawd I love YOU!!!!!

          Keep it up my friend. I love your inconsistencies.

          • Bill Bear says:

            “Lieu is an American and not a Japanese American.”

            Correct. Ignorant bigot “Mangoldielocks” accidentally gets something right… just this once.

            Note that ignorant bigot “Mangoldielocks” does not currently know why this statement is correct. And being devoted to maintaining his ignorance against the threat of learning the facts, he never will.

          • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

            Oops, another epithet toward a commenter.
            Did the Bear get a bee up his ass while visiting the woods this morning?

        • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

          Another vivious personal attack on a commenter by the little Bear.
          Wonder if anyone is keeping count today.

        • formwiz says:

          No, he’s not an american, he’s a Democrat and, if a white person said what she said, you’d be calling them a rrrrrraaaaaacccccciiiiiissssssttttt.

        • formwiz says:

          Hell, St John of Hanoi was a Navy Commander. Never stopped him from betraying his country.

          And, if we’re talking pseudonyms, why aren’t you back to Jeffery?

          And he’s a Democrat, so he’s no American.

          • Elwood P. Dowd says:

            Why aren’t you back to Edward Sibley Dutcher??

            Afraid H&R Block will fire you?

      • Bill Bear says:

        candace owens

        • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

          Context is everything.
          Nice try. LOL.

        • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

          “…Here are some things we never hear. Seventy-five percent of the black boys in California don’t meet state reading standards. In inner cities like Baltimore within five high schools and one middle school not a single student was found to be proficient in math or reading in 2016. The singlehood–the single motherhood rate in the black community, which is at 23 percent in the 1960s when my grandfather was coming out, is at a staggering 74 percent today. I am guessing there will be no committee hearings about that.

          There are more black babies aborted than born alive in cities like New York and you have Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo lighting up buildings to celebrate late-term abortions. I could go on and on.

          My point is that white nationalist–white nationalism did not do any of those things that I just brought up. Democrat policies did…”

          — Candace Owens

        • formwiz says:

          Her actual quote, “if Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well, OK then, fine. The problem is, he had dreams outside of Germany. He wanted to globalize. He wanted everyone to be German. …”.

          So you’re a big a liar as the Nip.

        • Nighthawk says:

          Still pushing this lie? And you wonder why no one takes you seriously.

          • Elwood P. Dowd says:

            Teach takes him seriously. The right-wing haters here answer his every comment, so it seems they take him seriously.

            Owens said “if Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well, OK then, fine. The problem is, he had dreams outside of Germany. He wanted to globalize. He wanted everyone to be German. …”

            Maybe she didn’t mean to say that Hitler murdering Jews was OK, fine. Conservatives back before WWII claimed the Jews in Germany were not America’s concern.

            If Rep Omar had said this, you’d be beside yourselves.

    • Kye says:

      Boom! It only took you eight words to call Teach a bigot today. May be your personal best.

      How was Adolf Hitler “normalized” by Candice Owens, and what has that got to do with the statements of The Mohammedan terrorist supporting Ihan Omar? She supports Islamic terrorism, which IS AT WAR WITH AMERICA. Hitler is dead. In case you have’t noticed and the word “nationalism” in this context means “pertaining to one’s nation, putting one’s nation first before others” which it seems neither the enemy infiltrator Omar nor you want to do. You’re more interested in excusing a political cult that has been murdering people for 1200 years than protecting your country from them.

      Now, the update of the recent atrocities perpetrated by the “people” you’re so worried Teach is “bigoted” over:

      4/9/09 Seven people including a & YEAR OLD were blown to bits by a suicide bomber in Egypt.
      Meanwhile in India a prominent Hindu leader and his guard were murdered by peace loving Mohammadan terrorists. Also a Polio Worker was gunned down by Mohammadans in Pakistan and two FEMALE homicide bombers took out three people in Nigeria. All in the name of Allah. This brings the worldwid terror attacks by “SOME PEOPLE WHO DID SOME THINGS” on 9/11 to a whopping 34,853!!!!!!

      Oh, and on this day, 4/10/2015 in Homs, Syria a homosexual was stoned to death by a crowd of jubilant, cheering Mohammadans. Refreshments were served after the service.

      • Bill Bear says:

        “She supports Islamic terrorism”

        Kye is a liar.

        There, that’s only four words.

        • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

          And another epithet thrown at a commenter by the little bear.
          How many is that so far just today?!

        • formwiz says:

          Kye is a liar.

          There’s that epithet again. Teach?

          PS She spoke at a CAIR function. CAIR was officially designated a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates in 2014, placing it in the company of Al Qaeda, Islamic State and others. It’s been IDed as being mobbed up with Hamas and Hezbullah.

          She asked a FederaL Judge for “compassion” and a “restorative approach to justice,” for one of two young men from the Twin Cities arrested in San Diego in April 2015 in an alleged plot to buy fake passports for travel to Syria.

          More men and boys from her district have joined – or attempted to join – a foreign terrorist organization over the last 12 years than any other jurisdiction in the country.

          Up yours.

          • Elwood P. Dowd says:

            Kye said Rep Omar “supports Islamic terrorism”. That’s a lie.

            It would be like saying that Trump supports “right-wing terrorism”. Is that a lie?

            Donald Trump supports white nationalist terrorism! (Murders in Pittsburgh, Charlottesville, Charlotte, Oak Creek, Colorado Springs, Overland Park, Wichita, Pittsburgh police, Las Vegas police, St John the Baptist parish…)

            Does that statement make me a liar?

          • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

            It would be like saying that Trump supports “right-wing terrorism”.
            Does that statement make me a liar?

            Uh, no it means you are stupid for using a false equivalence, ignorant.

    • Jl says:

      Nothing of the kind happened, Bill. Maybe try looking at the whole exchange and not just the edited ones. The lesson learned is it’s easy to fool liberals.

    • Deflection. Stay relatively on topic, or give us the web address of your blog and write your own material.

      BTW, old Ted was slaughtered by Candace (who I’m not a big fan of, either)

      • Bill Bear says:

        “BTW, old Ted was slaughtered by Candace”

        BTW, Porter Good is simply making shìt up — again.

        • formwiz says:

          Sorry, that’s the “consensus” across the Interwebz.

          And you’re the last one to talk about making stuff up.

          Since, he’s going all profane again, can we agree even he knows he’s losing?

          BTW Did you see where Think Progress published a story admitting global nonsense is phony?

          • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

            Really they are just admitting unknowingly that greenhouse gases are a fart in the wind of global warming when compared to the variation in energy imparted by the sun due to solar cycles.

  3. Mangoldielocks says:

    It is amazing how those who want to crush the first amendment hide behind it. I actually think Bill Bear is good for 2020. He shows people who get to actually see both sides of the radical spectrum what they might consider voting for. I for one who am staunching independent having voted for many, many democrats as well as republicans in my lifetime would never consider a national democratic since 2015.

    People like Bill Bear just reinforce my reasons why. He is welcome here. Those who might happen to drop by and read his posts will quite obviously get a sense of how radical the far left has become and the more far left they become the more far right they believe their opponents are.

    So keep up the attacks Bill. You are good for the right in 2020. You and AOC and Illan Omar and people like you are AWESOME for the right and their chances of retaining the Senate and retaking the house and reelecting Trump. You have no positions of your own other than to call the right names for every thing they believe.

    Fine. I like it. Keep it up. Call your friends. Tell them to go on a crusade. Burn some more buildings, riot in the streets. That certainly gets moderates to LOVE and BELIEVE in your positions. In the meantime just realize anything over a sentence an no one is probably even reading your posts. HEHE.

  4. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    Why does Ted Lieu think black people are stupid?
    What do you mean by “normalizing” Hitler and where in this clip did it happen?
    Explain and show your work.

  5. Mangoldielocks says:

    BILL BEAR just reinforces why blacks are increasingly turning to Trump. He is reinforcing with every post why Hispanics already in this country are turning to Trump. Why? It really is simple. Trump is NOT rounding up millions and throwing them out. He has passed no policies to round up Muslims or blacks. He has done nothing to make Minorities afraid in this country other than to give them jobs and hope.

    He just released FIVE black men who were incarcerated and had them at the white house and everyone one of them were raising their black power fist and proclaiming MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!! He has repeatedly pardoned black people from prisons. A white nationalist would not do that EVEN IF IT WAS A PR MOVE. seriously. LOLOLOLOL.

    I love BILL BEAR. He is awesome for this website. To bad I cant stay here all day and read his awesome helping to make America great again posts. Thank you Bill Bear.

  6. Bill Bear says:

    The GOP Is America’s Party of White Nationalism

    By Max Boot
    March 14, 2017, 4:29 PM

    In 1990, former President Ronald Reagan gave a moving speech to mark the end of the Cold War. “I received a letter just before I left office from a man. I don’t know why he chose to write it, but I’m glad he did,” Reagan said. “He wrote that you can go to live in France, but you can’t become a Frenchman. You can go to live in Germany or Italy, but you can’t become a German, an Italian. He went through Turkey, Greece, Japan, and other countries. But he said anyone, from any corner of the world, can come to live in the United States and become an American.”

    Reagan endorsed that view and went on to point out: “If we take this crowd and if we could go through and ask the heritage, the background of every family represented here, we would probably come up with the names of every country on Earth, every corner of the world, and every race. Here is the one spot on Earth where we have the brotherhood of man. And maybe as we continue with this proudly, this brotherhood of man made up from people representative of every corner of the Earth, maybe one day boundaries all over the Earth will disappear as people cross boundaries and find out that, yes, there is a brotherhood of man in every corner.”

    So much for the “brotherhood of man.” Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) has a very different vision. On March 12, he posted a tweet praising the Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders, who wants to close mosques, ban the Quran, and end Muslim immigration. “Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny,” King wrote. “We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.” The next morning he was given a chance on CNN to back off this revolting statement, which has been praised by David Duke and which led the neo-Nazi newspaper the Daily Stormer to exult: “Steve King is basically an open white nationalist at this point. … He is our guy.” King didn’t flinch, saying, “Well, I meant exactly what I said.”

    Of course he did. Because King has said similar things many times. Last year he said that no “subgroup” other than “white people” has contributed “more to civilization.” (That will come as news to the Chinese, who invented, among other things, paper, printing, gunpowder, the compass, tea, silk, and rockets — or to the inhabitants of ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt, where the very first civilizations arose thousands of years ago.) King has also dismissed the contributions made to America by immigrants who were brought here illegally as children. “For everyone who’s a valedictorian, there’s another 100 out there that weigh 130 pounds and they’ve got calves the size of cantaloupes because they’re hauling 75 pounds of marijuana across the desert,” he notoriously said in 2013.

    He has opposed putting the noted African-American abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill in place of Andrew Jackson because he thinks it’s “pure political correctness,” as if Tubman is not a personage worth honoring. He has said that “radical Islamists” would be “dancing in the streets” following the election of Barack Hussein Obama, because “his middle name does matter.” He proudly displays a Confederate flag on his desk even though Iowans shed their blood for the Union.

    The list of King’s asinine, bigoted, and offensive words and acts is too long to recount. But here’s the thing. It’s not really possible anymore to dismiss him “as a fringe player in legitimate policy debates,” as the New York Times notes that many Republicans would like to do. That may have been true at one time, in the days when the Republican Party was defined by Reagan. But those days are long past. Today it’s Donald Trump’s party, and there is not much breathing room between King and Trump when it comes to white nationalism. Indeed, after initially supporting Ted Cruz in last year’s primaries, King has become an avid Trump supporter.

    The echoes between the two men — the Iowa contractor-turned-congressman and the New York real estate magnate-turned-president — are uncanny and disturbing. As Amber Phillips of the Washington Post pointed out last year:

    • In 2013, King said most immigrants were “drug mules.” In his presidential campaign launch, Trump made his infamous claim that Mexican immigrants were “bringing drugs, they’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.”
    • King said in 2010 that racial profiling is an important law enforcement tool. Trump endorsed broad racial profiling after the Orlando, Florida, attack, calling it “common sense.”
    • In 2008, King questioned how a president with the middle name Hussein would play in the war on terror. After Orlando, Trump questioned the president’s commitment to fighting terrorists by seemingly suggesting his loyalties could be compromised.

    The ideological links between King and Stephen Bannon, Trump’s chief strategist, are even closer. In a 2015 Breitbart radio interview, Bannon lauded King as “a great mentor to all of us and a great friend of the site, and a true warrior.”

    It is no surprise to learn that Bannon and King have repeatedly praised what the conservative writer Linda Chavez has described as a “shockingly racist” 1973 novel — The Camp of the Saints by the French author Jean Raspail. Its plot concerns an attempt by hundreds of thousands of poor Indians, who are described as “wretched creatures,” to sail to France. The Huffington Post summarizes what happens next: “The French government eventually gives the order to repel the armada by force, but by then the military has lost the will to fight. Troops battle among themselves as the Indians stream on shore, trampling to death the left-wing radicals who came to welcome them. Poor black and brown people literally overrun Western civilization. Chinese people pour into Russia; the queen of England is forced to marry her son to a Pakistani woman; the mayor of New York must house an African-American family at Gracie Mansion. Raspail’s rogue heroes, the defenders of white Christian supremacy, attempt to defend their civilization with guns blazing but are killed in the process.”

    This is how the Bannons and Kings view the modern world: The West is threatened by hordes of swarthy outsiders, especially Mexicans and Muslims, and they are lonely defenders of the white Christian race against this insidious threat. There is no evidence that Trump has given this matter as much thought as they have, but, based on his public pronouncements, he has reached similar conclusions. That helps to explain why the administration is building a border wall, expanding deportations, and trying to keep out citizens of as many Muslim countries as possible. This isn’t about fighting terrorism or crime; it’s about fighting changing demographics. And it’s premised on an unspoken assumption that only white Christians are true Americans; all others are “somebody else.”

    This is ugly stuff. It is directly at odds with the way the Founding Fathers defined our country — as a nation bound together not by common blood but by common ideals. They thought it “self-evident” that “all men are created equal.” Of course that vision was always contested; even the Constitution initially enshrined slavery and throughout our history organizations such as the Know-Nothings, the Ku Klux Klan, and the America Firsters have anathematized racial, ethnic, and religious minorities. (Ironically, Catholics like Bannon and King were often victims of discrimination in the past.)

    That is not to say that a desire to maintain a mainstream culture, built around a shared language and shared values, is misplaced. But each wave of newcomers — German, Irish, Italian, Eastern European, Latino, Asian — has faced handwringing about whether they would become fully “American,” and each in turn has done so. America, for its part, has become more welcoming to people of all colors and creeds than it once was. Over the past half-century, we have made impressive strides in fighting rank racism and institutionalized intolerance without reducing the imperative to assimilate.

    The Bannons and Kings appear intent, with Trump’s help, on undoing much of that progress toward a more inclusive society. They are pursuing a vision they share with foreign far-right leaders such as Wilders and Marine Le Pen. They want to turn the Republican Party into a “blood and soil” nationalist party and the United States into a white-supremacist stronghold.

    Sadly, their worldview has become so mainstream that, while a few Republicans are willing to decorously disagree with King (“I’d like to think he misspoke and it wasn’t really meant the way it sounds,” House Speaker Paul Ryan said), none is willing to champion a motion to censure him or even expel him from the House Republican caucus. As the Des Moines Register notes, the Republican establishment in Iowa has supported King for re-election in the past and will likely do so again in 2018. The de facto acceptance of King as a mainstream Republican speaks volumes about what the Republican Party is becoming — and how far removed it is from Reagan’s vision of a borderless world and the “brotherhood of man.”

    • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

      Oh goody! Another cut and paste job from the little Bear.
      And an opinion from Max Boot to boot.

    • Kye says:

      Max Boot? You’re kidding, right? Max Boot is as discredited among normies as CNN. You should listen to what good ole Tucker had to say about Boot just yesterday. Max Boot, indeed. Hahahahaha.

        • Mangoldielocks says:

          So your posting this to defend you Bigoted Attack on a BLACK AMERICAN WOMAN who happens to disagree with you politically?

          • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

            The Bear’s on a roll besides he’s got a bee up his ass this morning while…uh, you know…

        • formwiz says:

          When said source is admittedly biased, it’s tough not to see it that way, but, if the Rs are the party of white nationalism, why is its black, Hispanic (especially Hispanic), Jewish, and Democrat support rising?

    • formwiz says:

      Boot is a NeverTrumper. Big whoop.

    • Jl says:

      … Bill, why you would post such a weak and poorly written article like this as if it proves something is beyond me. Case in point-the title of the article. “The GOP is America’s party of white nationalism.”. It then gives examples of 3 Republicans, one of which is praised, and bingo-2 Republicans prove his “point” about the whole party. The ultimate in guilt by association. Hey Bill-I’ve seen you criticize someone today for supposedly grouping all Muslims together-what gives? Double standards? Max, (and Bill in return by posting the article), are so clueless that they don’t realize they’re doing the exact same thing that they criticize in others.

    • LOL. Citing Max Boot. How precious.

      • Bill Bear says:

        Trotting out the genetic fallacy. How… utterly predictable.

        • formwiz says:

          When you’re using a sworn Trump enemy to prove your point, it’s not a fallacy, except on your part.

          Find somebody who loves Trump that says it and you may have something.

          But I doubt it.

          • Bill Bear says:

            When one dismisses what is said on the basis of who said it, then yes, that is a fallacy.

          • Kye says:

            “When one dismisses what is said on the basis of who said it, then yes, that is a fallacy.”

            Are you telling us that you DON”T consider the source? If the source has a history of being wrong don’t you take that into consideration? Or a partisan history or one of lying or a history of insanity?

            I think you believe EVERYTHING leftists spout and nothing anybody to the right of Lenin says. Hell, you believe the AGW clowns and their predictions are almost always WRONG!

  7. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    Meanwhile in real world, Bibi Netanyahu wins again.
    Hope Omar and the little Bear are not too upset.

  8. Kye says:

    Of course the NYT stated it was a “setback” for Bibi. They really are as clueless as their readers. When a politician gets a FIFTH TERM it’s always a setback but only if he’s conservative.

  9. Bill Bear says:

    “Are you telling us that you DON”T consider the source? If the source has a history of being wrong don’t you take that into consideration?”

    I thank Kye for his excellent work in providing a textbook example of yet another fallacy.



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