'Law & Order' Smears Covington Kids With Help of Omar-Like Character

  • 05/10/2019 12:00 AM
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN Staff
NBC's long-running drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is no stranger to controversy.

The crime procedural's latest brouhaha pits Covington Catholic-like kids against a politician styled off of Ilhan Omar – who is the hero of the episode.

Per Breitbart:

The plot centered on a poor, put-upon Islamic city politician being confronted by a red ballcap-wearing crowd of young men who scream at her and taunt her. But the episode also throws in a big dollop of male oppression and lesbianism for good measure, Newsbusters reported.

The Law & Order: SVU  episode entitled, “Assumptions,” opens with a pair of teenaged boys running away from a vandalized mosque in which we soon see that Muslim Councilwoman Nahla Nasar (Nazneen Contractor) has been raped.

We later find out that the teens who supposedly vandalized the mosque are Jewish… because there are lots of Jews running around New York vandalizing mosques, apparently. And minutes later we see a Jewish teen named Ari (Ted Sutherland) leading a group of teens who are clearly modeled after the left’s version of the Covington Catholic kids who were maligned by the media for “confronting” a Native American group in Washington D.C. early this year. The tip-in for that characterization is that Ari wears a MAGA-like red ballcap on his head in every scene as he screams spittle-specked hatred into the Muslim woman’s face.

Early in the episode, the SVU team is not only investigating the rape reported by the Muslim councilwoman but a supposed “hate crime” when Ari was seen to be grabbing the woman’s hijab off of her head. “his boy grabbed my hijab and spat in my face,” Nasar says of the Jewish teens. “These people are Islamophobes. It’s in their blood. One of these boys must have raped me.”

The legal team representing the besmirched Covington Catholic high schooler Nicholas Sandmann has already filed a $275 million lawsuit against NBC.
 Source: AAN
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