Sean Hannity Threw the Gauntlet Down on Omar With Five Words

Sean Hannity is one of the most famous conservative news commentators today.

And he just proved his reputation with one move.

It’s all because Hannity just threw the gauntlet down on Ilhan Omar with five devastating words.

When Ilhan Omar was first elected to Congress, she made it clear she would be competing with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for the title of most radical Democrat in the House of Representatives.

And now nearly a year later, she’s proven herself as not only a radical far-left Democrat, but also as one of the most vocal anti-Semites in Congress.

From attacking the loyalty of American Jews to accusing Israel of being an apartheid state, Omar has shown her true colors time and time again.

And every time that she gets in trouble for something, Omar simply doubles down and proves to the rest of the country just how serious she is with her out of touch views.

But one man in particular has had more than enough of Omar’s antics.

And now, Sean Hannity is laying the gauntlet down on Omar with one scathing attack she will never forget.

Fox News reports, “Sean Hannity opened his television show Wednesday remembering the victims lost during the 9/11 terror attacks and addressing those who he claimed were trying to diminish what happened nearly two decades years ago.”

“Unfortunately, after 18 years some have forgotten the horror of that fateful day while others sadly may never fully comprehend and understand the magnitude, the gravity, the evil of that day and what took place,” Hannity said in a brutal attack against Omar’s remarks about 9/11.

Earlier this year, Omar drew heavy criticism for saying “Some people did something,” when referring to the 9/11 attacks.

And since then, she has refused to back down from her radical rhetoric.

Which is exactly why Hannity slammed Omar this week on his show, because Omar’s own callousness when addressing the 9/11 attacks required someone to stand up and push back against her trying to undermine the impact those attacks had on the United States.

“They were at war with us. We weren’t at war with them. We better pay attention. And I hope, by the way, the media mob is listening because some of their 9/11 coverage today was frankly sickening,” Hannity said.

In taking a jab at Omar’s disrespectful coverage of the 9/11 attacks, Hannity also slammed many mainstream media outlets for the way they covered the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attack.

Specifically, Hannity attacked the New York Times’ decision to suggest that airplanes themselves had been what attacked the World Trade Center in New York, rather than radical Islamic terrorists.

“Airplanes didn’t aim themselves. Radical Islamic terrorists did this. Airplanes didn’t take down the towers. Radical Islamic terrorists did. Airplanes didn’t kill thousands. Radical Islamic terrorists did,” Hannity said.

Do you think Ilhan Omar and the New York Times should apologize for their disrespectful remarks about the 9/11 attacks?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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