Rino rep Nancy Mays will bat for rep Ilhan Omar.
Rep. Omar may have been booted from the House Foreign Affairs Committee over anti-Semitic remarks, but House Speaker Joe McCarthy claimed he was just a “racist.”
“There is a First Amendment in this country. We don’t have to agree with everything the members say,” Mays told Fox News. “I think we have to be very careful that we are a constitutional republic.”
Mays claims she stands against the abolition of culture by advocating a left-wing socialist who certainly wouldn’t do the same for a Republican.
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“I am not a fan of Ilhan Omar. She is anti-Semitic. She is a fanatic. She is a racist. She’s a socialist,” Mays continued. “But that doesn’t mean we’re going to abolish people in this country. Republicans will not stand for repeal culture. And that’s basically what it is. “
of love@NancyMays: Taking on a fanatical racist socialist@Ilhan MNNot “abolishing culture” from a position of power. It saves American culture.
GOP Rep Says Booting Rep. Omar From House Foreign Affairs Committee Is ‘Culture Canceling’ https://t.co/Ib5w4pugii
— Nick Searcy, International Film and Television Star (@yesnicksearcy) January 28, 2023
While Democrats have consistently booted committee assignments while Republicans are in control, Mays said doing the same for them would “set a dangerous precedent.”
“There is so much anti-Semitism in this country. We should always condemn it left and right, but we have a First Amendment right to do that,” he said. “We’re all talking about Twitter files and censoring conservatives, you know, this, this, it sounds pretty hypocritical if you ask me.”
Mays has previously praised Biden for promising to pardon people with federal felonies for possession of marijuana.
.@LauriGrooms @SCHhouseGOP @scgop Are these the family values you espouse? BTW that’s not her husband…or a guy #chsnews #NancyMess #SC99 pic.twitter.com/06PPBhUbwx
— Real Topics (@RealTopics) November 23, 2017
In October, Mays blasted Biden’s plan in an interview on Fox Business Network’s show. Kennedy.
“What do you think about President Biden pardoning thousands of federal marijuana offenders today?” the host asked Mace.
“Well, I want to give credit where credit is due. I’ve always disagreed with the Biden administration, I’ve been very vocal about it, but this is a step in the right direction. At the federal level the president wants to pardon people for simply having non-violent marijuana offenders,” Mays said. “And they want to encourage our governors across the country to do the same, and I think that’s a good first step.”
“I want to give credit where credit is due” – Nancy Mays on Fox Business on Biden’s moves to decriminalize marijuana pic.twitter.com/bCZENcECny
— Whatfinger (@Whatfinger1) October 7, 2022
Mays continued, “I applaud the president. I’m going to give credit where credit is due and agree with him on this position.
In July, Mays taped a protest sign to her blazer to join Democrats in denouncing her state’s pro-life laws.
Representative Nancy Mays wears the sign on her blazer in protest of her own state’s pro-life laws.
The congresswoman’s jacket said, “My state is banning exemptions, protect contraception.”
Mays voted to keep Republican Rep. Liz Cheney in her seat and was one of nine members of the GOP to hold Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress.
The congresswoman condemned Trump after the Jan. 6 protest.