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CNN Contributor Blasts Illhan Omar as ‘Public Relations Agent’ for Notorious Terror Group

CNN pundit Scott Jennings sparked controversy among some of the more far-left members of Congress when he made a comment about Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) during a panel discussion.

Jennings participated in a discussion led by CNN’s Abby Phillip. He addressed Omar’s commitment to vote for President Joe Biden’s re-election in 2024, even though she may have reservations about his administration’s ongoing support for Israel in the conflict with Hamas.

Phillip inquired if Scott was taken aback by Omar’s declaration of support for Biden.

“No, she’s a Democrat. They’re gonna vote for Biden. I’m not surprised about that. I am surprised that, in the year of our Lord, 2024, there is a public relations agent for Hamas sitting in the United States Congress.” he said in response.

Jennings continued to discuss how Omar and others had advocated for an immediate ceasefire, without acknowledging the fact that Hamas still held hostages from Israel following the October 7 terror attacks, which resulted in over 1200 casualties.

“The reason Israel is not at that meeting is because Hamas will not provide a list of the living hostages. I didn’t hear a word – a word of concern for the hostages. Ceasefires – she said – don’t happen magically. Well, you know there was a ceasefire in place on October the 6th. And who broke it on October the 7th? I cannot believe honestly what I heard out of that interview. What I want are for those hostages to come home. I want somebody – somebody out there to show just a little bit of remorse that Hamas broke the ceasefire, raped, and murdered horrifically women all kinds of people. That – that’s it. How about a little bit of concern for those folks? That’s what I’m looking for.” Jennings concluded.

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