Omar: Two SCOTUS Justices are ‘Sexual Predators,’ Abortion a ‘Constitutional Right’

Omar: Two SCOTUS Justices are ‘Sexual Predators,’ Abortion a ‘Constitutional Right’

Far-left Democrat attacks conservative Supreme Court justices

Far-left Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) took to attacking justices serving on the Supreme Court of the United States in controversial comments on social media this week.

In pro-abortion remarks on Wednesday, radical Democrat Omar said on Twitter that two SCOTUS justices are “accused sexual predators.”

The Minnesota lawmaker suggested that the Supreme Court, therefore, should be disqualified from ruling on abortion – which she referred to a “healthcare.”

In a follow-up tweet, Rep. Omar also falsely claimed that abortion “is a Constitutional right.”

“Two accused sexual predators should not be deciding whether or not women have access to healthcare in this country,” she said on Twitter while sharing an article about the Supreme Court hearing its first major abortion case since President Donald Trump’s appointees joined the bench.

Omar was seemingly referring to unproven and false claims against Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas.

Rep. Omar’s comments were met with widespread backlash on Twitter.

Additionally, Omar’s remarks that “Abortion is a Constitutional right” triggered a slew of negative comments.

Whatever Omar’s views on abortion are, it is not something the Founding Fathers included in the U.S. Constitution.

Omar’s commments come amid a crushing week for her far-left Democratic Squad.”

Reps Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and the rest of their Squad’s strategy to remake the Democratic Party failed on Super Tuesday.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen Bernie Sanders (I-VT) far underperformed expectations, giving up a primary lead that most thought he wouldn’t relinquish.

Omar went all out for Sanders in her home state of Minnesota, where it was widely projected he’d win there, especially after Klobuchar dropped out.

The most recent polling had shown Sanders with a slight lead.

However, Omar helped deliver one of his more surprising defeats, with working-class people in the suburbs running in horror.

The “Democratic Socialism” message apparently didn’t play well, despite Omar stumping for Bernie for several days in the run-up to Super Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Ocasio-Cortez tried to position herself and a king-maker by endorsing primary challengers to incumbent Democrats, but that didn’t work out as planned either.

It appears as though both AOC and Omar have severely overrated their own prominence.

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