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Stop With the Disloyalty Accusations

I do not think the President of the United States or a member of congress should accuse any American voter of disloyalty or dual loyalty or question their loyalty because of their votes, their political party preferences, etc.

It is wrong and it should stop. The President’s comments sound like something Ilhan Omar would say.

But what is just as notable is that for the last couple of weeks, the Democrats’ suicide squad members have made terribly atrocious claims about dual loyalty and said multiple anti-Semitic things and the media stayed relatively quiet.

They pounce now on the President because they have ceased being objective, even handed reporters and are instead driven made by a desire to take out the President.

Those who refused to speak up on Omar and the rest of her squad have no moral high ground to now criticize the President.

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