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Rep. Omar slams ‘snowflakes’ after mid-flight Easter service

Rep. Ilhan Omar fired again at conservative “snowflakes” who ripped her for deriding a video exhibiting passengers singing Christian songs throughout an Easter service aboard a airplane.

The Minnesota Democrat shared the clip through which two individuals are seen singing the religious songs within the aisle on an EasyJet flight.

“I believe my household and I ought to have a prayer session subsequent time I’m on a airplane. How do you suppose it would finish?” the Muslim “Squad” member wrote.

Omar incurred the wrath of a number of conservatives pundits and Republican  candidates.

The progressive firebrand responded in a tweet Monday, writing: “And the unique snowflakes had a whole and wonderful meltdown.”

Omar, center, first tweeted about the incident on Saturday, April 16.
Rep. Omar first tweeted in regards to the incident on Saturday, April 16.
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Rep. Lauren Boebert was among those who clapped back at Omar on Twitter.
Rep. Lauren Boebert was amongst those that clapped again at Omar on Twitter.
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The video – captioned “Worshipping Jesus 30,000 ft within the air” — was shot and posted on Instagram on April 9 by Jack Jensz Jr., who based a bunch known as Kingdom Realm Ministries, according to TMZ.

“#Jesus is taking on this Flight,” he wrote.

A number of Republicans ripped Omar for expressing anti-Christian sentiment.

“Why do you hate Christians, Ilhan? If the liberty of faith we get pleasure from right here in America disturbs you, be happy to pack your baggage and head again to Somalia, Sudan, or wherever you’re from. Take your brother with you,” tweeted Georgia congressional candidate Vernon Jones.

GOP Florida congressional candidate Jose Castillo stated that “in America, Muslims can & do pray in public.”

He added in a tweet that if Omar “desires a rustic the place Christians aren’t allowed to do the identical [Omar] ought to return to her personal nation,” apparently referring to Somalia, the place the naturalized US citizen was born.

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