And though he did not name Omar, he left little doubt that his statement was a response to her tweets.
The freshman Democrat came under a massive wave of bipartisan backlash Monday after she implied that pro-Israel lobbyist groups, such as the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, were using campaign contributions to influence US lawmakers.
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, the No. 3 Republican in the House, said Omar should be removed from the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Omar and fellow Muslim congressional freshman Rashida Tlaib's support for the boycott has opened a breach in the Democratic Party and threatens to create a fissure in the ironclad US-Israeli alliance.
The comments received swift condemnation from members of congress on both sides of the aisle, including from Pelosi, the ranking Democrat in the House of Representatives. The organization linked to a 2018 Gallup poll finding that 64 percent of Americans sympathize with the Israelis over the Palestinians, saying, "American politicians are pro-Israel because Americans are".
Lee Zeldin, R-N.Y., and Nikki Haley, the former USA ambassador to the United Nations, were among those to condemn Omar's comments as anti-Semitic.
Anthony Brindisi, who also narrowly won his NY swing district, called Omar's comments "disgraceful and blatantly anti-Semitic".
Lawmakers from both parties accused Omar, through her tweets, of peddling the anti-Semitic trope that Jews control politics through money.
Rep. Max Rose (D-N.Y.) wrote in a statement that "Omar's statements are deeply hurtful to Jews, including myself".
Here is Katherine Clark meeting with Netanyahu and the rightwing settler-supporting ambassador, David Friedman, along with Nancy Pelosi and Hakeem Jeffries and other Democrats a year ago, even as Israel was shooting nonviolent demonstrators at the Gaza border. Beyond that, there is a very specific set of religious perspectives that make America more pro-Israel than similar but more secular countries; many Christians from various traditions have a bad conscience over many centuries of Christian anti-Semitism. "Sincerely, American Jews", Ungar-Sargon wrote back to Omar, a statement that Clinton said she seconded.
Weiss's column treated Omar's tweet about Israel's "evil doings of Israel" as a one-off. Josh Gottheimer (NJ) and Elaine Luria (VA) - who urged Democratic leaders to take Omar to task over the offensive tweet.