PJTN Is On The March To Minnesota
“But Judah shall remain forever, and Jerusalem from generation to generation. For though I have acquitted them, I have not acquitted those who shed their blood. And the L-RD dwells in Zion.” Joel 4:20-21
As the headline feature yesterday by Judy Keen in the Minneapolis Star Tribune blazed, Trump-Omar Sparring Influences the Fight for Minnesota In 2020, informal polls at a county fair in the crossroads of the state revealed a dramatically partisan split in the midst of the ongoing outrage that Omar has carefully laid out to divide—and yes, I will say ‘conquer’ America and its value system.
A sad commentary that anyone in America—let alone Minnesota—would have a doubt that Omar should be removed from office prior to her term ending in 2021. It’s now documented unquestionably that her emboldened disdain and undisguised antisemitism prevents her judgment in fair and equitable leadership, and certainly in any issue before the Foreign Affairs Committee regarding the welfare of Israel and the Jewish people.
PJTN will be launching a counter-plan in Minnesota over the next few weeks, prior to a major speaking engagement I have set in September as a centerpiece. We will be connecting both with media and on-the-ground support in a campaign to educate, activate and mobilize a “wake up” call to the state’s voter base and beyond—Christians, Jews and people of good conscience must be heard.
As the first Muslim woman elected to Congress and the first East African woman elected to the Minnesota State Legislature, her opportunities to break new ground for women and for the benefit of those she represented sounded for a brief moment initially promising to many in Minnesota, no doubt. She ran on a platform to restore hope, work on social justice and promote inclusive government. Yet the opposite has been true. Prior to becoming a Congresswoman, Omar was a local Somali-American activist in Minnesota. Unrestrained by the decorum of any elected office, she forged an early history of letting her true politics be known, lashing out publicly against Israel as early as 2011 when she tweeted: “Israel has hypnotized the world. May Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel.”
Now as part of the infamous “Squad”—Omar, Tlaib, AOC and Ayanna Pressley have consistently shown an open disdain for America and vocal support of the Palestinian led BDS Movement against the government of Israel. Shortly after her election victory she in fact came out unequivocally in support of the antisemitic BDS Movement. As a foursome, they are giving Americans an ever-widening glimpse behind the veil to personal and deeper antisemitic beliefs held by individuals who should never have been given such power. We must not repeat this mistake.
If you haven’t already, go to the PJTN website and add your name to the more than 40,000 who have signed our petition to have Omar removed from office—we must work together to see the “beginning of the end” of her ongoing potential reign of terror in America. What she has already accomplished is only the tip of the iceberg on the goals at hand.
I am looking forward to the challenge—and to your support!