When a Somali-American Muslim was recently elected in Minnesota, liberals praised the decision as a step in the right direction. Now, some disturbing facts about the politician’s past have raised some serious questions about her intentions.
Ihan Omar secured the nomination of the state’s Democrat Party to serve as the representative of House District 60B in the state legislature. She came in first in a three-way race that included 22-term incumbent Phyllis Khan.
The media was quick to call Omar’s victory “historic”, but others pointed out that the victor has been investigated for marriage and immigration fraud.
According to reports, Omar married Ahmed Hirsi, the father of her three children, in 2002. That wasn’t her last marriage, however. In 2009, she allegedly married her own brother—Ahmen Nur Said Elmi. Many believe this marriage was designed to help his entry into the United States.
If this is true, Omar would be guilty of violating Minnesota’s laws against bigamy, which is defined as “knowingly having a prior marriage that is not dissolved” while also “contracting a marriage in this state.” The offense carries a punishment of up to five years in prison or a fine of up to $10,000.
Of course, the media is not reporting on this and we doubt they’ll investigate it at all. But we think our elected leaders need to be scrutinized regardless of skin color, gender, religion, or any other characteristic. If they are unfit to serve this country or show any signs of disrespect for the law, they should not be in the White House in any role.
That goes for Hillary too.
Source: American News