Rep. "Some people did something" quote in March, about the 9/11 attacks, "broke my heart apart," the survivor of a 9/11 victim told Sean Hannity on Wednesday night.
Nicholas Haros Jr. , a New Jersey resident, lost his mother Frances in the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City,
"I can't remember where I was when I first heard that quote, & # 39; Some people do something, ' Haros told the host of Fox News & # 39; "Hannity," "but it broke my heart. And it broke my mother's heart."
"I can't remember where I was when I first heard that quote, & # 39; Some people did, & # 39; but it broke my heart. And it broke my mother's heart." . "
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Haros refers to greetings that Omar – a far-left Democrat from Minnesota – made during a fundraiser for CAIR , the Council on American-Islamic Interaction.
"CAIR was established after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something and we are all beginning to lose access to our civil liberties," Omar told the audience at that day.
On Wednesday night, Haros said he wanted to discuss the comments he made about Omar earlier Wednesday, at the annual 9/11 commemoration of Ground Zero.
"Now I am here to respond to you, exactly who did it for whom," Haros told a crowd of families and relatives gathered for the ceremony. "Madam, inadvertently speaking, we know who and what has been done. No doubt about it. Why are you so confused?"
As he spoke, Haros wore a shirt bearing Omar's words hurt many.
He continued: "That day 19 Islamic terrorists, members of Al Qaeda, killed more than 3,000 people and caused billions of dollars in economic damage. Is this clear?"  Haros tells Hannity that he accepts the hate mail for his comments about Omar, but insists he criticizes Congressman who is not racist or sexist. just wanted to make a statement.
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"That hurts. I am the victim's son and I have decided to take 9/11 as my one day which is probably a credible stance to make the statement in which many people have told me to represent their views, "Haros said.  On Wednesday, Omar tweeted a somber video describing his reaction to 9/11, calling the attacks "life changing, life changing for all of us."
"When September 11, we experience one of the most horrific terrorist attacks we have ever experienced as a nation. Today, we remember the victims, the first responders and their loved ones, "Omar tweeted along with the video.