Radical Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar mocked HUD Secretary Ben Carson on Wednesday — but it backfired in epic fashion.
Omar referred to a clip where Carson mistakenly attempted to “reclaim” his time during a congressional hearing.
“Not sure he was fully awake, maybe he meant to reclaim his time back to sleep,” Omar tweeted.
“Since you brought it up... I know what it's like to actually be sleepy, especially after 18-hour surgeries and operating on babies in the womb,” Carson responded.
He added: “I hope @IlhanMN knows I care about all people, even those she doesn't recognize as having a right to life.”
Carson’s epic response left Omar absolutely silent.
Meanwhile, Carson and the Trump administration is focused on the actual problems facing America.
“For too many Americans, the largest portion of their paychecks goes to housing,” Carson tweeted. “Over 37 million renter and owner households spend more than 30% percent of their household income on housing; over 18 million of which spend more than half of their income on housing.”
He continued: “As a result, Americans have fewer housing choices, including the opportunity to achieve sustainable homeownership, which is the number one builder of wealth for most American families. The average net worth of a homeowner is 40x higher than a renter.”
On the issue, he says, the “American people deserve better than a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer."