Speaking to reporters in the grounds of the White House, the President said: "I thought yesterday's vote by the House was disgraceful, because it's become - the Democrats have become an anti-Israel party".
And of course, how could we leave out the president's moratorium on travel from high-risk countries, which Pelosi says wasn't a legitimate response to security concerns, but was "founded on open bigotry"? "And we're sure as heck supposed to stand up clearly and unequivocally to Nazi sympathizers". "How hard can that be", Obama memorably asked the crowd, "saying that Nazis are bad?".
Newly installed House Democrat Ilhan Omar recently made a racist, anti-Semitic statement about Jews in general and Israel in particular which raised the hackles of all thinking Americans, and places in question not only the quality of people the Democrats allow in their party, but also the wisdom of the people voting for such fools and putting them in office.
"It became an issue for the Democrats of "we can't censure this person because it's a woman and a person of color" and that I think is identity politics, is it not?"
Omar apologized for her tweets, but not for the comments she made last week.
Or the offenses of certain House Republicans such as Iowa's serial offender Steve King, who lost his three committee seats in January after he defended the terms "white supremacist" and "white nationalist" during a New York Times interview.
On Thursday, Pelosi helped push through a House resolution aimed at condemning "hate" with the support of Omar and other Democrats in Congress. That led to a painful week of arguments behind closed doors. One only hopes Omar, Duke and Farrakhan meet privately so no one else has to see or hear any of them ever again.
Diversity isn't for wimps.
"It's not the same and I'll tell you why", Cardona responded.
I, too, was upset by Omar's remarks.
Omar (D-Minn.) drew strong criticism in recent weeks for her remarks about Israel and US support of the Jewish state. Of note, the pro-Israel group does not make donations to political candidates.
She certainly isn't the first to hold that position.
Among those is a policy about Israel. "You want to control your own politician". Omar, who can be quite gracious and charming in real life, turns into a bit of a liberal troll when she gets on Twitter or behind a lectern.