Ilhan Omar Allowed To Talk To Elementary Students Behind Closed Doors – Parents & Press Allegedly Not Allowed
On Friday, jihad Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) visited elementary and middle school students in Minneapolis, but allegedly, parents and the press were allegedly not allowed to attend.
However, not to miss a moment in the spotlight without any serious questioning of her clear Islamic agenda, Omar posted video of her arrival at Anne Sullivan Community School.
“One of the best parts of my job. It’s so rewarding to be back in-district visiting with dedicated staff and curious students,” Omar wrote on Twitter. “Thank you Anne Sullivan Community School for the warm welcome.”
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One of the best parts of my job! It’s so rewarding to be back in-district visiting with dedicated staff and curious students. Thank you Anne Sullivan Community School for the warm welcome! pic.twitter.com/eNzsLjctfL
— Rep. Ilhan Omar (@Ilhan) April 26, 2019
She also attended St. Anthony Middle School and tweeted pictures along with “Thank you St. Anthony Middle School for inviting me to speak with the Prinicpal’s [sic] Advisory Council and over 230+ middle school students! Education is the greatest equalizer. That is why I am committed to education equity and protecting resources all students need to succeed.”
Thank you St. Anthony Middle School for inviting me to speak with the Prinicpal’s Advisory Council and over 230+ middle school students!
Education is the greatest equalizer. That is why I am committed to education equity and protecting resources all students need to succeed. pic.twitter.com/eHCacuFrZz
— Rep. Ilhan Omar (@Ilhan) April 26, 2019
However, on Thursday, ahead of her visit to St. Anthony Middle School, conservative activist Alley Waterbury took to Facebook to warn her followers to a protest that would be occurring on behalf of their children.
“We must protect our children,” Waterbury said. “The school is asking for permission for their children to attend this event, but the parents are not allowed to attend themselves. This is a problem and no cameras.”
“Lecturing our kids behind closed doors with no parents is a no go,” she added.
The post has since been removed.
Waterbury and her fellow protesters reached out to the school to express their concerns to the school after her post began to go viral on social media.
Here is Principal Amy Kujawski’s reply:
“Thank you for your feedback. Congresswoman Omar serves as the U.S. Representative for the 5th Congressional District, which includes St. Anthony. We understand some members of our community did not vote for Congresswoman Omar. When our local, elected representatives reach out to learn about our schools and school district, we always open our doors. Congresswoman Omar’s visit will give us a chance to model civic discourse and engagement, yet we strive to offer this opportunity in a way that meets the needs of all families.”
Except apparently, they didn’t want discourse and engagement, and that’s how totalitarianism works. It appears as kind and friendly and wanting discourse and liberty, but what it really does is disregard anyone that disagrees with the ideology and ultimately seeks to silence opposition.
Ilhan Omar is no different and because she has not been dealt with lawfully, it only emboldens her and those like her to do what she is doing.
I’ve said time and again, parents, if you truly love your kids, get them out of the public indoctrination centers now, and encourage friends to get their kids out. Do whatever you can and do without whatever you are able to do without in order to teach your kids at home. You can start here for free.