Ilhan Omar, Cori Bush Scramble to Delete Memorial Day Posts After Confusing It with Another Holiday

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Two members of the so-called “squad” of far-left House Democrats posted and deleted Memorial Day tributes Monday in which they confused the holiday with Veteran’s Day and also shamelessly shilled for policy on one of the country’s most somber days.

Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Democratic Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri each honored living veterans on the social media platform X before they pitched for an expansion of government.

Memorial Day is of course a day when we honor those who never came home and each Memorial Day, millions of Americans honor the ultimate sacrifices paid for by our heroes throughout history.

More than one million Americans have ultimately died in combat since the country’s founding.

Many people who celebrate the holiday are prone to forgetting why they have three days to enjoy recreation. Memorial Day is often synonymous with bodies of water, boats, …

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