US Representative Ilhan Omar's new target with her anti-Semitism is Stephen Miller. Criticizing viewpoints is fair game in politicking, but Omar crossed the line of political propriety, going into anti-Semitic territory (which is not terra incognita for her) when she called Miller a white nationalist; this is in spite of the fact that Stephen Miller is Jewish. Merriam-Webster defines "white nationalist" so: "One of a group of militant whites who espouse white supremacy and advocate enforced racial segregation." Dogmatically, white nationalists are anti-Jewish. Rabid, lethal anti-Semitism is a leitmotif in white supremacy, which is fundamentally definitional in what semantically constitutes white nationalism. Stephen Miller is ethically Jewish. Since Miller is ethnically Jewish, were he to be a white nationalist, he would have to be self-hating to the point of self-lynching. This evidence alone leads to a bifurcated conclusion of alternative explanations: either Omar is grossly ignorant of the true meaning of words (as multiple leftists on this board are), or she is purposely anti-Semitic. Considering the backdrop of historical context in which Omar has made anti-Israel statements, and, frankly, considering her religion, in which anti-Semitism is historically and presently a leitmotif, it is hard, as the evidence mounts up, illustrating her anti-Semitic beliefs, to defend this woman. Surely, it is the latter of the binary alternative explanation. Her continued presence in Congress is a national embarrassment and taints the majesty of her office. At the very least, she should be officially censured, but considering that Democrats control the House, I don't see her being held to account.