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Sometimes, the jokes write themselves. The same can be said of political punditry, particularly when the topic is the ever-crazier crazy train of the unhinged left. And when one of the crazy train’s conductors, Minn. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D) accuses anyone of anti-Semitism, I barely have to touch my keyboard.

Case in point: Omar earlier this week accused former President Donald Trump of anti-Semitism for “invoking dual-loyalty tropes that are harmful and dangerous,” adding: “Anti-Semitism is on the rise and all of us have a responsibility to condemn it.”

Wait, huh? As one Twitterer mockingly asked, “Is this a joke?”

On the other hand, how awesome that Trump still lives rent-free in Omar’s head, 24×7, nearly two years after he left office, as is the case with the rest of the Democrat Party (along with Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger.) “Shockingly,” she also took a shot at Trump’s “white supremacist” followers:

To continue to have someone as the former president with his platform continuously speaking to his white supremacist base in such a language — it’s very scary and dangerous and we have to condemn it in the strongest ways possible.

Speaking of condemning racism in the strongest ways possible, let’s take a short trip back into RedState’s coverage of Omar and the “harmful and dangerous”  anti-Semitic comments she’s displayed over the last several years.

Trump, on Sunday, criticized Jewish Americans over their perceived lack of support for Israel. Breitbart’s Joel Pollak tweeted a screenshot of the former president’s comments.

No President has done more for Israel than I have. Somewhat surprisingly, although, our wonderful Evangelicals are more appreciative of this than people of the Jewish faith, especially those living in the United States. Those in Israel, though, are a different story — Highest approval rating in the world, could easily be P.M.! [America’s] Jews have to get their act together and appreciate what they have in Israel — Before it’s too late!

As Trump suggested, most Jewish Americans vote Democrat.

Aside from the usual Trumpian braggadocio we’ve come to love — or loathe, as the case might be — The Donald was right on all points. Prove me — and Trump — wrong, my liberal friends. We’ll wait.

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