All hell broke loose when Ilhan Omar found out what a crowd really thought of her

Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar learned a tough truth.

Omar is not nearly as popular as she and the corporate-controlled media claim.

And all hell broke loose when Ilhan Omar found out what a crowd really thought of her.

On Saturday night, Somali singer Suldaan Seeraar invited Omar and her husband, Tim Mynett, on stage during a concert at the Target Center in Minneapolis.

Omar posted a short 14-second clip on her social media of Seeraar inviting her on stage to address the crowd.

But that brief video did not tell the real story of what happened when Omar walked out on stage.

Omar cut off the video before the crowd began booing her and multiple members of the audience began yelling “get out!” while others shouted “get the f— out of here.”

Omar received a hostile reaction after appearing at a pro-abortion rally where she falsely claimed Pro-Life activists and legislators wanted to kill pregnant women.

“In almost half of this country, states are ready to ban abortion,” Omar ranted at a protest held at Union Station in Washington, D.C. “Outright ban abortion. That means if you are sick, if you are raped, there is incest, you are forced to have that baby or die.”

Omar was one of the many Democrats reacting with hair on fire anger to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade in the landmark Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case.

The radical pro-abortion position Democrats take – abortion-on-demand until the moment of birth with no restrictions – is not nearly as popular with the public as the polls or corporate-controlled media constantly proclaim.

Since the Target Center is in the heart of Omar’s district, a concert for a Somali singer should be a friendly audience for her.

But the crowd booed Omar and chanted for her to leave the stage.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.