Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn, reportedly retweeted and then deleted a Twitter post that accused her of anti-Semitism after she was called out of both sides of the aisle for tweeting that the U.S. relationship with Israel is "all about the Benjamins, baby."
The tweet she reportedly reposted something from Joshua Zeitz, a historian. The tweet in question began as though he was supportive of the freshman congresswoman's earlier comments. He wrote that "one of those American Jews who opposes the occupation, laments Israel's anti-democratic drift, and does not regard the country as particularly central to my Jewish identity."
The tweet continues, "And I know exactly what the congresswoman meant. "
Mediaite picked up a screen grabbed the retweet, which was soon deleted.
Fox News reached out to Omar's office early Monday and did not get an immediate response.
Omar, who became the first Somali Glenn Greenwald criticizing House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., For threatening to take action against Omar and another freshman lawmaker, Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., over allegedly anti-Semitic remarks.
Greenwood accused McCarthy of targeting Omar and Tlaib for their numerous criticisms of Israel, to which Omar chimed in "It's All About the Benjamins, Baby," a 1
"Would love to know who @IlhanMN thinks is paying American politicians to be pro-Israel, though I think I can guess," she replied when asked by Batya Ungar-Sargon. Hungarian Sargon tweeted. "Bad form, Congresswoman. That's the second anti-Semitic trope you've tweeted."
In response, Omar tweeted "AIPAC!" referring to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, which has regularly been criticized for being in conflict with Iran.
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Omar retweeted other messages, including one that read "She's talking about the influence of Israel and immediately gets twisted into anti-Semitism. Is this Islamophobic for attacking Saudi's influence on American politics in exactly the same way? "
They retweeted another post that read," The Israeli lobby works is not anti-Semitism. "
Fox News' Samuel Chamberlain contributed to this report