Ilhan Omar Attacks Pro-Life Christians: “Religious Fundamentalists” “Imposing Their Beliefs on Society”

National   Steven Ertelt   May 23, 2019   |   10:23AM    Washington, DC

Islamic congresswoman Ilhan Omar took to the floor of the House on Wednesday to attack pro-life Christians and trash the pro-life laws that states like Alabama, Georgia and Ohio have passed to protect unborn babies from abortion.

Omar attacked pro-life conservatives and called Christian Americans who support protections for little babies religious radical. She claimed that they are trying to impose their views on the nation even though the pro-life laws would merely protect the human rights of every human being.

“I rise today to defy the horrifying attacks happening against women’s reproductive rights all across this country,” Omar began.”Religious fundamentalists are currently trying to manipulate state laws in order to impose their beliefs on an entire society, all with complete disregard for voices and the rights of American women.”

“The recent efforts like those in Alabama, in Georgia, are only the latest in a long history of efforts to criminalize women for simply existing, to punish us when we don’t conform to their attempts to control us,” Omar continued.

Ironically, she called the laws to protect human rights before birth “a dangerous violation of human rights.”

“But because it’s happening here with the support of the ultra-conservative religious right, we call it religious freedom,” Omar continued. “Let’s just be honest, for the religious Right this isn’t simply about their care or concern for life. If they cared about or were concerned about children, they would be concerned about the children that are being detained and those that are dying in camps across our borders, or the children who are languishing in hunger and facing homelessness.”

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“This isn’t about religious morality or conviction because we’ve seen time and time again those that talk about their faith and want to push policies because of their faith are the ones that simply are caught with the hypocrisy of not living it out in their personal lives,” Omar said.

“I am frustrated every single time I hear people speaking about their faith and pushing that on to other people because we know those so-called religious politicians, when it comes to their life, their choices, they want to talk about freedom,” Omar continued. “But when it comes to other people’s lives and other people’s choices, they want to talk about religion. This should outrage every single person. It certainly outrages me and we can no longer stand for it.”