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Ilhan Omar Says that President Trump Triggers Her "PTSD"


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On Wednesday during a press conference, anti-Semitic Rep. Ilhan Omar blamed President Donald Trump for making her feel "ill" and for triggering her "PTSD" after he killed one of the world's biggest terrorists, Qassem Soleimani.


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“I feel ill a little bit because of everything that is taking place and I think every time I hear of conversations around war, I find myself being stricken with PTSD,” Omar stated.

WATCH the bizarre moment below:

Later on during the same press conference, "ill" Omar was caught laughing while Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee was talking about dead United States troops from the Iraq war.

“I’m very glad to say that I was part of the 132 and also the vote for Barbara Lee’s amendment, but I think that the point of that is that that is the same war that we’re dealing with today,” Rep. Jackson Lee said. “We never solved any problems with AUMF, we left four thousand plus, maybe even forty four hundred dead, and over sixty thousand who came back injured in some form and the war never ended.”

While Jackson was speaking, Omar was caught giggling.

“I recall the language in AUMF, it deals with hostilities in Iraq,” Jackson Lee added. “It doesn’t deal with an incident or a dislike or someone in a car coming in from the airport. That is the danger of not acting and I do think with our leadership, meaning the leadership CPC, that will come together around specific answers.”

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The fallout from President Trump's decision to kill Soleimani has been a total embarrassment for the Democratic party.

On Thursday, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg blamed the plane crash that was caused by an Iranian missile on the United States of America.

“CBS News has learned that U.S. officials are confident that Iran shot down a Ukrainian jet liner over Tehran in the hours after Iranian missile attacks on U.S. targets,” Major Garrett with CBS News reported. “176 people were killed, including at least 63 Canadians. This information is based on U.S. intelligence which sources say picked up signals of a radar being turned on. U.S. satellites we are told also detected two surface-to-air missile launches which happened shortly before the plane exploded.”

While responding to Garrett, Buttigieg tweeted by blaming America.

“Innocent civilians are now dead because they were caught in the middle of an unnecessary and unwanted military tit for tat. My thoughts are with the families and loved ones of all 176 souls lost aboard this flight," the far-left candidate tweeted.

Buttigieg immediately received harsh backlash on Twitter. Dan Loesch with the NRA tweeted, “The I, R, A, and N keys must be missing from his keyboard.”

Co-founder of the Federalist Sean Davis wrote: “Democrats are fine-people-on-both-sides-ing Iranian terrorists to avoid siding with America because of their deranged hatred of Trump.”

Columnist David French added: “Nope. Nope. Nope. Iran launched a missile strike against our own troops, and then blundered by shooting down a civilian airliner when it wasn’t even under attack. That’s the story. This is on Iran."

John Noonan tweeted: “Iran launches a ballistic missile salvo at Iraq. It fails to shut down its airspace during this attack. As it is attacking, incompetence by Iranian air-defense artillery leads to an IFF misidentification. In their confusion, they kill an airliner. So this is America’s fault.”

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