It’s not a big deal when Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar say an American should be deported

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In 2015, Rep. Rashida Tlaib said we should deport Donald Trump:


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Deport this asshole! http://gu.com/p/4epqv/stw


Donald Trump: ban all Muslims entering US


Rep. Ilhan Omar has also called for people she disagrees with to be deported, too


[IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1064665266435559424/wZtYO03x_bigger.jpg[/IMG][B]Ilhan Omar[/B]‏Verified account @[B]IlhanMN[/B]
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@jworiah1 @stevepratico @bemetor5 @somalisijui we are citizens & can't be deported, why don't we deport you to where ever you came from
9:40 PM - 4 Oct 2012


I am sure CNN and MSNBC will cover this with the same gusto as the “send her back” chant, right?
 

Ian Jeffrey

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Those who do not have a problem with Trump saying so about them should have no problem here, either.
 
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By that measure, shouldn't people who were critical of Trump also be critical of these two?
On the other hand, shouldn't those who did not criticize the President for his "go back to where you came from" statement be uncritical of the two congresswomen's statement.

It works both ways.
 
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On the other hand, shouldn't those who did not criticize the President for his "go back to where you came from" statement be uncritical of the two congresswomen's statement.

It works both ways.
This was stated in message #2
 

Macduff

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On the other hand, shouldn't those who did not criticize the President for his "go back to where you came from" statement be uncritical of the two congresswomen's statement.

It works both ways.
You just repeated what Ian said.