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Ilhan Omar is Blaming Right-wing Media for Her Own Divorce

Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar is filing for divorce in the aftermath of her affair with a chief political consultant went public.

Now, we can pretty much all agree that an extra-marital affair is a pretty good way to end a marriage. In fact, it’s one of the main reasons divorce happens at all. It turns out that cheating on your spouse when you’re love-drunk with progressive clout isn’t the best way to keep your own house in order…

But, that doesn’t matter to one of “The Squad’s” most vocal members. According to the Somali-born Minnesota lawmaker, it’s those darn conservatives in the media who are to blame for her failed marriage. Yeah, we really can’t make this up.

As supporters of traditional family values, we want to feel bad for Omar’s ordeal. After all, she shares children with the man she’s divorcing — and they are definitely the real victims in this scenario. However, it’s hard to feel sympathy who writes off the largest terror attack in American history as “somebody did something,” and that the only reason Americans support Israel is because they’re getting evil Jew money on the side.

Omar could probably prevent many of her troubles by not being a terrible person, but we digress.

Here’s Glenn Beck with more on the story.


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