Ilhan Omar Takes Home 'Pants on Fire' Trophy With Silly Claim About Which Branch of Govt Has Lowest Approval Rating

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Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) — or as I prefer to call her, “Jidadi Barbie,” as one of the Barbie triplets; the other two being “Socialist Barbie” (AOC) and “Trump Derangement Syndrome Barbie” (Rashida Tlaib) — had a chat with Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) on Saturday about all kinds of really smart stuff. (If that wasn’t an example of the blind leading the blind…)

As to be expected, in light of Amy Coney Barrett’s appointment to the Supreme Court to fill the seat left vacant by the death of liberal-stalwart Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a large part of the “intellectual” conversation between these two “MENSA members” focused on the Court — or should I say focused on belittling and attempting to delegitimize the Court.

As reported by our friends over at Twitchy, what resulted was a “giant, steaming pile of BS” in the form of a claim by Omar about the respective approval ratings of the three branches of government. As the brilliant Omar and Tlaib speak their words of wisdom, the smug sarcastic looks on the faces of these two far-left radicals make the price of admission (ahem) more than worth it. Omar began with this:

“Um, I do want us to talk a little bit about the process that you’ve just gone through. Um, with the nomination and the hearings and the eventual vote, um, that just took place. I kinda want our constituents to be brought into your thinking process as you were preparing to confront what some of your colleagues have called an illegitimate process.”

Hirono blathered on about the “hypocritical and illegitimate process,” because of Merrick Garland in 2016 (which has been beaten to death by the Democrats, but as the rational among us know, it was not the same case as existed with ACB’s nomination), Ginsburg’s purported “death-bed wish,” and Trump specifically nominating ACB for the purpose of overturning the Affordable Care Act, and Roe v. Wade. And even more blah-blah-blah stuff.

Omar then “wondered” how the Court will now be perceived with “someone a part of it who is not seen as a legitimate appointee.” Hirono again blathered on, this time about the “clear and present danger of Amy Coney Barrett being on the Court.” (See: “laughable.”)

But it was this declaration by Omar that took home the “Pants on Fire” trophy:

“Of our three branches, the Judiciary or the Supreme Court has one of the lowest approval ratings.”

Behold the powerful and incisive discussion of these two geniuses, America.

Au contraire, Jihadi Barbie. Here’s pollster Frank Luntz for the win.

Publ!us weighed in as well, but gave the two “mathematicians” an out.

Washington Examiner reporter Jerry Dunleavy concurred.

My friend and colleague Virginia Kruta noted that Omar would have been right — if “you don’t include the legislative branch or the executive branch.”

And this Twitter user presented the “Pants on Fire” trophy to the well-deserving Omar.

The beatdown went on and on. So was there a lesson to be learned, here? Listening to these two geniuses pontificate about something neither of them appears to know much about, if anything of legitimate substance? Oh, yeah — according to this Twitter user.

Hyper-partisanship, blinded by Trump Derangement Syndrome is a terrible affliction to behold, America. Toss in an anti-Semitic, America-hating, naive radical, and there you have it; in combination with Socialist Barbie and Trump Derangement Barbie, the future of the Democrat Party. That is a frightening thought indeed.

For other current news on Ilhan Omar, check out my colleague Shipwreckedcrew’s earlier article titled James O’Keefe and Project Veritas Sue New York Times for Defamation Over Undercover Story on Ilhan Omar Vote Fraud.