U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar Booed by 10,000 at Somali Concert in Minneapolis

In a sign that more Americans are “getting it,” it being the destruction of traditional America, a crowd of 10,000, primarily Somali and Somali-American concertgoers, booed Rep. Ilhan Omar.

According to FOX News, “A viral video shows Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., arriving to a chorus of jeers and booing at a mostly Somali crowd in her home state over the July 4th weekend.”

You can see Benny Johnson’s tweeted footage of the “jeers and booing” here. It’s comical to watch as Omar and her entourage appear to pretend the crowd is cheering her.

The people had come to the Target Center in Minneapolis to see Somali singer Soldaan Seraar. Omar was there to appear before what she likely expected would be an adoring crowd—because identity politics. “But,” as FOX’s Peter Aitken pointed out, “not everyone was happy to see her.”

Apparently, Minneapolis’ Somali community is smarter than she gives them credit for, as smart as any other people living in America under this disastrous Democrat regime.

Omar only released a 14-second segment of the video showing her arriving on stage with her husband. FOX also reported, “but longer videos—which circulated around social media—include people chanting ‘get out!’ and telling the Democrat to ‘get the f— out of here.’”

She may now qualify for her own version of “Let’s Go Brandon.”

A member of the infamous “Squad,” Omar may have underestimated the religious conservatism of most Muslims in America. Omar recently attended a pro-choice rally in Washington D.C. in an angry response to the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe.

FOX also notes the “videos do not show what prompted such a strong response, but Newsweek reported that some have blamed Omar’s support for abortion and LGBTQ rights for the backlash.”

“‘OK, OK, OK, OK, OK, we don’t have all night,’ Omar said at one point as the crowd kept booing,’” according to The Epoch Times’ Jack Phillips.

Phillips also reported, “neither Omar nor her office has issued a public comment about the matter,” following several attempts at contact to get comments on the booing.

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