Ilhan Omar’s daughter whines she’s ‘homeless and hungry’ after suspension from elite college

Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D) Hamas sympathizing, activist daughter had the corporate media red carpet rolled out to cry foul over the consequences of her campus protest.

“…where am I going to sleep? Where am I gonna go?

Following a long line of leftist pseudo-intellectuals and virtue signalers before her, 21-year-old Barnard College junior Isra Hirsi completed a protester rite of passage Thursday when she was arrested. Not long after her brief stint in the poky for trespassing, Omar’s daughter found herself doing cable news and magazine interviews where she lamented her sudden lack of access to her $90,000 per year school’s dorm or dining hall.

“I have like four shirts, two pairs of pants,” Hirsi told Teen Vogue as she explained that friends had brought her a bag of clothes when her suspension had been announced. Admitting that she could return to campus under escort for a small window to collect her own things, she simply refused, the participant in the Gaza Solidarity Encampment lamented, “I don’t know when I can go home, and I don’t know if I ever will be able to.”

The crackdown Thursday against the encamped protesters demanding the school divest from Israel  had been green-lit by Columbia University as President Nemat “Minouche” Shafik said, “Out of an abundance of concern for the safety of Columbia’s campus, I authorized the New York Police Department to begin clearing the encampment from the South lawn of Morningside campus that had been set up by students in the early hours of Wednesday morning.”

Expecting a hearing to be set regarding her interim suspension by noon Monday, Hirsi ramped up the sob story as she told the outlet, “But I was a little bit frantic, like, where am I going to sleep? Where am I gonna go?

“And also all of my sh*t is thrown in a random lot. It’s pretty horrible,” she added before admitting the extent to which her prohibited “swipe access” restricted her from being on campus was unclear. “For the Columbia students that we suspended, their language says that if you are found on campus you will receive more disciplinary action, but ours doesn’t say that. And also, in my email, it doesn’t explicitly say what else I have violated.”

“I sent them an email like, ‘Hey, I rely on campus for my meals, I rely on my dining plan,’ and they were like, Oh, you can come pick up a prepackaged bag of food, a full 48 hours after I was suspended,” Hirsi claimed. “There was no food support, no nothing.”

The activist’s lamentations were not without woke messaging either as she complained that “We had so many people who were born [assigned] female,” as corrected by Teen Vogue, “in our group that they didn’t have enough space for us.”

“It was a very slow process in getting everybody into the cells. I was zip-tied for about seven hours and wasn’t released for about eight,” the congresswoman’s daughter recounted.

Hirsi complained about the collective consequences of the actions of anti-Israel protesters noting, “I think it’s really on a school-by-school basis, and Barnard has decided to take a very egregious stand against us.” Meanwhile, Jewish students were being cautioned to remain off campus until it was safe for them to return in the “face of extreme antisemitism and anarchy.”

Kevin Haggerty

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