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Ilhan Omar: Adulteress Home Wrecker? I Guess She Can Stop Preening About the President’s Morality.

Ilhan Omar has allegedly contributed to the break up of marriage. In fact, a woman in Washington has come forward and claimed that the woman’s husband wants a divorce because of his relationship with Omar. It turns out that the man, Tim Mynett, is a fundraising consultant for Ilhan Omar who has gotten nearly one out of every three dollars spent by Omar’s campaign.

The story broke in the New York Post. In an article by Julia Marsh, Mynett’s wife, Dr. Beth Mynett, “says her cheating spouse, Tim Mynett, told her in April that he was having an affair with the Somali-born US representative — and that he even made a ‘shocking declaration of love’ for the Minnesota congresswoman before he ditched his wife, alleges the filing, submitted in DC Superior Court on Tuesday.”

Omar already had fishy circumstances around a marriage and she likes to preen about the President’s behavior and morality. Given Dr. Mynett’s allegations and Omar’s behavior, it is probably time for her to shut up and stop preening.

If what Dr. Mynett says is true, Ilhan Omar is both an adulteress and home wrecker.

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