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Pence Calls Ilhan Omar Out: She ‘Chooses Socialism Over Freedom’

Vice President Mike Pence sharply rebuked Congresswoman Ilhan Omar over her comments blaming the current humanitarian crisis in Venezuela on America.

Omar claimed “policies that we [America] have put in place” are to blame for the crisis, adding that “bullying” Nicolas Maduro, the brutal Venezuelan dictator, “does not help.”

Neither does going against American foreign policy and supporting a brutal dictator whose military vehicles are currently plowing into innocent protesters.

Pence took to social media to declare that, unlike Omar, “The Trump Administration stands with the freedom-loving people of Venezuela.”

She Chooses Tyrants Too

Earlier this year, President Trump officially recognized opposition leader Juan Guaido as president over Maduro, joining several other countries.

“The people of Venezuela have courageously spoken out against Maduro and his regime and demanded freedom and the rule of law,” Trump declared. “I will continue to use the full weight of United States economic and diplomatic power to press for the restoration of Venezuelan democracy.”

Maduro has a history of extreme homophobia and outright murder at the hands of his regime.

When the dictator blocked humanitarian aid to the Venezuelan people in March, Pence denounced him as a “tyrant” who “danced as his henchmen burned truckloads of food and medicine, and murdered civilians.”

Omar disagreed. Aside from saying these efforts to pressure Maduro out of power are bullying, she has accused the Trump White House of initiating a “coup” in Venezuela.

Berating Omar

Pence wasn’t the only one to hammer Omar for her clearly anti-American stance.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, in an interview with Fox News, denounced Omar’s comments as ‘disgusting’ and ‘ignorant.’

“The nicest thing I could say is it’s unbelievable ignorance, it’s factually wrong,” Pompeo railed against Omar’s comments. “The problems of Venezuela have been years in the making.”

“For a member of Congress … to make a statement blaming America for it in this way, it’s not only ignorance, it’s disgusting,” he added.

This comes just hours after former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley said Omar’s “comments are so far from the truth,” and alleged that “Cuba and Russia appreciate your support.”

Omar continually works against American interests. When are Democrats going to realize this woman doesn’t even vaguely belong in Congress, let alone on the House Foreign Affairs Committee?