According to published reports it appears that Rep. Ilhan Omar, the notoriously anti-Semitic Democratic congresswoman from Minnesota is in hot water over charges of carrying on an affair with a married consultant from Washington, DC. Omar, for her part has denied the allegations.
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The accusations of marital infidelity came from a divorce filing of the man’s estranged wife. According to a Fox News report, a court filing from Beth Mynett, 55, alleged that the freshman congresswoman was involved with her husband Tim Mynett, 38, and that their separation in April 2019 was brought on by his confession.
The report indicated that these filings came just over a month after Omar had separated from her husband and father of her three children, Ahmed Hirsi. According to Sharia law which the vast majority of Muslims strictly adhere to, infidelity and adultery carry with them very harsh sentences.
Fox News reported that when asked by if she was separated from her husband and if she was dating anyone, Omar gave a terse and firm reply and declined to entertain further questions about her “personal life.”
“No, I am not,” Omar said Tuesday. “As I said yesterday, I have no interest in really allowing the conversation about my personal life to continue and so I have no desire to discuss it.”
“The parties physically separated on or about April 7, 2019, when Defendant told Plaintiff that he was romantically involved with and in love with another woman, Ilhan Omar, who serves as a U.S. representative from Minnesota,” read the court filing, obtained by Fox News.
The Mynetts have a 13-year-old son and had been living together for a number of years before getting married in 2012, according to the court filing obtained by Fox News.
Fox News reported that Tim Mynett has previously worked for Omar’s congressional campaign, and his company received approximately $230,000 for fundraising consulting, digital communications, Internet advertising and travel expenses since 2018, as was evident in the records. Omar, 37, was seen with Mynett at a California restaurant in March of this year.
“Defendant’s more recent travel and long work hours now appear to be more related to his affair with Representative Omar than with his actual work commitments,” the court filing read.
In another development regarding Ilhan Omar, reports indicate that Alabama’s Republican Party is urging the state’s congressional delegation to launch a process to expel the blatantly anti-Israel congresswoman from office according to The Hill, citing the Al.com news outlet in Alabama.
The Alabama news site reported on a resolution passed last weekend at the GOP summer meeting in Auburn, stating that “Rep. Omar has engaged in rhetoric that explicitly runs counter to American values and patriotism” and “has a disturbing record of using anti-Semitic language that includes alleging Jewish money is used to buy American influence regarding its policy toward Israel,” among other inappropriate statements.
“The committee passed the resolution on a voice vote after it was proposed by State Rep. Tommy Hanes of Scottsboro,” AI.com reported.
“The resolution calls on Alabama’s congressional delegation to ‘proceed with the expulsion process in accordance to Article 1, Section 5 of the U.S. Constitution,’” said The Hill.
The state Republicans also voiced opposition to Omar’s public support of the anti-Israel boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) movement.
Israel recently barred Omar from entering the Jewish State, when she was planning on visiting “Palestine” together with fellow-Muslim Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), who also supports the BDS movement.
Omar lashed out at the Alabama Republicans on Tuesday: “Sorry, but this is a representative democracy,” Omar tweeted. “I was elected with 78% of the vote by the people of Minnesota’s 5th District, not the Alabama Republican Party.
“If you want to clean up politics, maybe don’t nominate an accused child molester as your Senate candidate,” she added, an apparent reference to Republican Roy Moore’s campaign for an Alabama Senate seat in 2017, said The Hill.
The Alabama Republican Party did not respond to a request for comment from The Hill on the resolution. (Fox & WIN)
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