FACT CHECK: Ilhan Omar says “Whites Are Causing the Most Deaths in This Country” — Is She Correct?

Let’s have a look at her claim:

“Our country should be more fearful of white men across the country, because they are actually causing most of the deaths within this country. We should be profiling, monitoring and creating policies to fight the radicalization of white men.”

Quite a claim, and I’m sure the masses who have been brainwashed to Hate Whitey (including a lot of white people themselves) believe it instinctively.

But are white people really “causing most of the deaths in this country?”

According to the CDC’s data going back to 1999, the black homicide rate has been more than quadruple the white homicide rate consistently:


Only Asians have a lower murder rate than whites.

Matt Walsh of the Daily Wire:

“According to the Department of Justice, white people (not just men) commit about 45% of the murders in the U.S. That seems high until you consider that white people are over 60% of the population. Whites are therefore underrepresented in the homicide department by about 15%. Blacks commit a little over 50% of the murders in America, despite accounting for only 13% of the total population. Those are the simple facts of the matter. Facts cannot be racist.”

I rate Ilhan Omar’s comment: FALSE.

She’s either racist against white people and was trying to stir up racial animosity against whites, or she’s totally oblivious to the hard data and was just talking out of her ass.

Choose one.

Me? I don’t give her the benefit of the doubt. She’s trying to provoke anti-white violence.


  1. For the umpteenth time… If indeed America is so violent, with every last evil white man continually running around killing and raping – why does every last third-worlder want to come here?

    In reality, Omar wants to turn America in Somalia where every last Muslim man is continually running around killing and raping women for not obeying them.

    See how that’s so much better…

    1. Austin Frank says:

      The age old question. They can’t both be true.

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