As Twitchy reported on Monday, Rep. Ilhan Omar has filed for divorce from her second husband. We were SHOCKED to hear this, so shocked. Super shocked.

Ok, not shocked at all but still …

Luke Rosiak wrote a fairly short yet vicious thread on a recurring theme we’re seeing with Ilhan, and not just about her personal life but in general. Take a gander.

Just five weeks after she looked a reporter in the eye and said on camera she and her second husband weren’t separated.

From The Daily Caller:

Omar sat for an on-camera interview with WCCO reporter Esme Murphy on Aug. 27, who asked “Are you separated from your husband? Are you dating someone?”

Omar replied: “No, I am not. And like I said yesterday, I have no interest in allowing the conversation about my personal life to continue.”

The question came the same day that the wife of Tim Mynett, her campaign consultant, filed for divorce in Washington, D.C., saying that Mynett told her he was having an affair with the congresswoman and was leaving her for Omar.

Five weeks later, Omar filed for divorce from her husband, Ahmed Hirsi, in Minnesota.

But you know, all was well.

Or not.

BUT BUT BUT … maybe she forgot her brother’s name?

No? Hey, we’re just trying to help here.

Heh.

Remember when she deleted her tweet wishing her dad a ‘Happy Father’s Day’? And here we thought the ‘creation’ of AOC was shady … Ilhan is shady too. Gotta love those Justice Democrats.

No no, her second husband.

We don’t think that’s her brother?

Honestly who the heck knows?

Democrats love to project.

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