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LMAO: Ilhan Omar Tries to Introduce Somali Singer In Minneapolis … That Was A MISTAKE (Video)

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Ilhan Omar was introducing a Somali musician at a Minneapolis performance. What could possibly go wrong? For starters, she could find out what they REALLY think of her.

There was a concert in Minneapolis on Saturday night. It was kind of a big deal. Or at least that’s what the billing makes it seem like. He’s big enough that he’s doing a world tour, anyway.

So he makes this stop in Minnesota where his concert celebrating Somalia Independence Day (July 1) is introduced by a Somali-born elected official from the area, Ilhan Omar.

If you’re her chief of staff, you’d see this as a PR dream: a little free press while hanging with a few thousand of your closest friends, right? It might have looked good on paper. But once she got there, it was another story.

Ilhan got a really rough ride from this crowd, complete with boos, heckling and a number of profanities.

She kept trying to shush the crowd, laughing awkwardly as the booing dragged on for more than 2 full minutes. But the crowd wasn’t having it. They kept on going.

There were even chants of ‘get out get out get out’.

Independent journalist Rebecca Brannon who covers Minneapolis posted screenshots of tweets from local Somalis blasting Omar.

If even Somalis in Minnesota are sick of her … who knows? Maybe there’s room for optimism even in some of the more reliably blue states.

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Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck

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