In an interview with CNN on Sunday, radical Rep. Ilhan Omar complained that the farther-left Progressives like herself are not getting a big enough seat at the table with the team of prematurely-declared President-Elect Joe Biden.
“This is, you know, what we have been saying and asking for,” Omar told the host. “We worked diligently in trying to make sure that the people understood that it was important for us to get rid of Trump, but to have someone who was going to be partner with us in governing for progress in our country, and we continue to be hopeful in having that partnership as we have governed on behalf of our country.”
“You know, holistically, I am not [unhappy with Biden’s choices so far],” she continued, “I think that they have been quite diligent in putting together a really well-thought-out transition team, and we continue to see what comes out of the next couple of weeks as they solidify that list, and we will continue to push and make sure that our asks are clear and concise.”
Omar doesn’t need to be concerned. Biden is an empty suit, perceived as a Democrat “moderate,” if there is such a thing anymore, but in fact – if elected – he will be a puppet for radical elements like Omar.