Radical Democrat Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is currently under scrutiny for her comments at Columbia University in New York City, where she referred to Jewish students who do not oppose Israel as “pro-genocide.”

In reaction to this, Representative Don Bacon (R-NE) has announced his plans to introduce a censure resolution against Omar on Tuesday. Columbia University has become a focal point for protests on college campuses across the country. Students have established tent encampments to voice their opposition to their universities’ financial connections with pro-Israel entities.

Just last month, Omar’s daughter was among the more than 100 Columbia students and young adults from Barnard College who were arrested during a demonstration, as reported by Slay News. During the demonstration on April 26, the Marxist “Squad” member showed her support for the pro-Hamas protesters in a display of “solidarity.”

I actually met a lot of Jewish students who are in the encampment, and I think it is really unfortunate that people don’t care about the fact that all Jewish kids should be kept safe,” Omar told Fox 5 New York. “We should not have to tolerate antisemitism or bigotry for all Jewish students, whether they are pro-genocide or anti-genocide.”

Bacon’s resolution stated that Omar’s “defamatory remarks towards Jewish students have the potential to incite violence against the Jewish community.” The resolution further alleges that Omar has a “lengthy and proven track record of using hateful language that perpetuates harmful antisemitic stereotypes.”

Republicans have consistently criticized Omar for her anti-Semitic views and her stance on Israel. In February, Omar’s anti-Semitic statements led to her expulsion from the House Foreign Affairs Committee, following the GOP’s victory in the 2022 election.

Bacon told reporters:

“To generalize, to say that the Jewish students are responsible for this and treat them that way, that is anti-Semitism, right?

“It’s one thing to protest Israel, but to stretch it over and accost Jewish students is wrong.”

“I’m working on a bill right now to call out Omar for what she said.

“She’s talking about pro-genocide or anti-genocide Jewish students…all this talk is all wrong because Jewish Americans are Americans.

“Quit treating them that way,” Bacon said.