Denver Post The editorial board did what the person in charge did. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) So far has refused this and offered a sincere apology to the person in charge. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.).
Newspapers “almost tried to ignore” the conspiracy theory-since Bobert was elected to Congress in 2020, he has supported Bobert’s tactics because “they have little effect on public discourse.” Stinging editorial Monday.
But a recent Islamophobia attack on Omar by Donald Trump’s acolytes — and she Subsequent non-apology To her fellow lawmakers — “crossed the line,” it said. The Board was embarrassed that Colorado representatives were working to expand the domestic sector.
Omar “deserves a complete apology,” while Bobert said, “because there is clearly no remorse or remorse, her companion Colorado, a beautiful place of tolerance and respect, diversity and freedom, will help her, the board said. wrote.
“We apologize to lawmakers and the Islamic community for Bobert’s insensitive remarks,” he added. “Such remarks, no matter how innocently intended, are meaningless in American discourse.”
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