R ep. Dan Kildee defended the controversial weekend talk of democratic representations of Ilhan Omar on US politicians who defend Israel, saying on Monday that they are not anti-Semitic.
"I do not want to consider it anti-Semitic," said Kildee CNN, asking what he thought about the criticism Omar had said that Jewish money controlled the legislators.
he believes that Omar has tried to show that there are people who are specifically targeting the campaign under Israeli policy.
"We should be careful not to misunderstand this, except that the money has no influence on political decision-making," Kildee said.
On Sunday, Omar met on two separate tweets of pro-Israeli activists, and even some Democratic Democrats were anti-Semitic .
The Congressional Congress said: "Everything about Benjamin, baby," after Kevin McCarthy, a home minority leader, threatened to punish Omar and rep. Israeli.
Omar said the well-known pro-Israeli lobbying company of the Israeli Public Affairs Committee, the Israeli Public Affairs Committee, is paying the politicians who are Israel.
"I would like to know who @IlhanMN thinks American politicians should be pro-Israel, although I think I can guess. Bad form, congress. This is the second anti-Semitic tropics, the Forward newspaper Batya Ungar-Sargon said.
Ilhan simply replied, "AIPAC!"