HomeNews WireWATCH: Ilhan Omar Admits She Ran For Office Just To Pay Off Her Debt Editor November 2, 2019 To most Americans it is clear that Rep. Ilhan Omar hates everything about America, so why did she even want to be elected to the House of Representatives? Now we know. In an interview that aired on a BET News Town Hall, Omar told everyone her real motivation behind running for Congress. She just wanted to pass some legislature to eliminate her school debt and get her daughter free college. “I am one of 45 million [Americans who owe student debt] and it has been part of my journey and one of the reasons that drove me to run for office. I also have a daughter — not only do I have student debt, but I have a daughter that is going to college in two years and so the realness of this burden that we all feel shackled with has been real for me.” “As someone who is part of the debt generation, I wanted to make sure that we were creating a proposal that would alleviate the kind of stress that people are dealing with, so what we are proposing is a simple cancellation of all debt, public and private,” Omar added that the program would be paid for by adding “a small financial transaction to speculators on Wall Street.” It really doesn't get much more selfish than what she said. She continued, “We believe that we had the opportunity to bail out Wall Street. And now Wall Street gets the opportunity to bail out the American people.” Then Omar griped about not being able to buy her dream home, “I am one of the people who are unable to purchase the home that they wanted to. I am one of the people that are putting off the right, the dream to own that business, to create the kind of investment they want in the future that they want to have.” I don't have my dream home either. So what? Most people don't have their "dream home", but let me tell you why that is the case. We can't afford our dream homes because idiotic liberals continually feel like they need to steal more and more of our money through taxation to pay for someone else's things. If they would just let us keep the money we make, more of us would be able to buy our dream homes.