Meghan McCain accuses Jewish artist of anti-Semitism after mocking her comments on Omar

Meghan McCain has accused a Jewish cartoonist of anti-Semitism after he drew an unflattering cartoon of her crying in response to Rep. Ilhan Omar's controversial comments about Israel.

"This is one of the most anti-Semitic things I’ve ever seen. Also, this reveals so much more about you than it does me," McCain tweeted in response to a tweet Valley made featuring the cartoon.

Eli Valley's cartoon featured McCain crying while wearing a cross and surrounded by Jewish artifacts.

Valley responded to “View” co-host's tweet by tweeting another cartoon featuring Omar and asking her to share it.

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Thursday on "The View," McCain became emotional while talking about Omar's comments regarding Israel, which critics have deemed anti-Semitic.

"Just because I don’t technically have Jewish family that are related to me doesn’t mean that I don’t take this seriously and it is very dangerous, very dangerous and I think we collectively as Americans on both sides – what Ilhan Omar is saying is very scary to me," McCain said with her voice cracking.

On Friday, Omar, D-Minn., retweeted a response to McCain's comments attacking her late father, Arizona Sen. John McCain.

Meghan McCain responded, saying the retweet was beneath her.
".@IlhanMN retweeting trash like this is beneath a sitting member of Congress, as is her blatantly anti-Semitic rhetoric. The Democratic Party looking the other way only helps Trump’s re-election efforts in 2020...," McCain tweeted.

Thursday Congress voted on a resolution condemning hate speech.  The resolution was originally intended to condemn anti-Semitism and was thought to be aimed at Omar.

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Democrats ultimately included other forms of hate including Islamophobia, deciding not to single out Omar.

“Today is historic on many fronts. It’s the first time we have voted on a resolution condemning Anti-Muslim bigotry in our nation’s history. Anti-Muslim crimes have increased 99 percent from 2014-2016 and are still on the rise,” Omar, Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich. and Rep. Andre Carson, D-Ind. said in a joint statement. “We are tremendously proud to be part of a body that has put forth a condemnation of all forms of bigotry including anti-Semitism, racism, and white supremacy.”