The Biden scandal has been a major issue for a long time now, and despite the various allegations against him, many Democrats are still reluctant to add more fuel to the fire. That's when Ilhan Omar made her statement.
There was an interesting reason for Ilhan Omar to be glad that the Special Counsel was appointed to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden. Not because she believes that he did something wrong, but because she wanted to expose the hypocrisy of the Republican Party. This is not because she believes that he did something wrong, but because she wanted to make the GOP look bad.
According to the Washington Examiner, Ilhan Omar praised Joe Biden for handling classified information. Before we get into more details, it's important to first make sure that our ears and eyes are on the right track.
This is a fascinating statement, especially since Symone Sanders-Townsend, the show's host, used to work for Biden. Was also surprised by the words that Ilhan Omar used.
It's too good to be true, but let's take a look at the ridiculous reasons why Ilhan Omar claimed she was glad.
Symone and Ilhan pulled off a great hook, and they almost got viewers.
Kevin McCarthy, the House speaker, had promised that Omar would be removed from the Foreign Affairs Committee. In 2019, she became the first African-American to serve on the panel.
She then accused McCarthy of being a hypocrite for wanting to remove her and two other members of the committee.
Unfortunately, Omar's claim about putting the Republicans in their place was not enough to make any difference. As it became clear that Trump had the same privileges as Biden, she was left with the impression that she had tried to create an imaginary equal treatment issue. The double standard was also unfair since only one house was searched, and why wasn't both?
The moral compass of people can't be ignored. It's clear that Biden should be facing more serious problems than Trump. This is because the popular opinion supports the defense of justice and freedom.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Next News Network.