For the past 18 months, David Steinberg, an investigative journalist, has been researching leftist Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) and gathering evidence on 32 verified and archived serious crimes that could seriously compromise her.
If the allegations are confirmed, Omar would have participated in the most extensive wave of state and federal crimes committed by a congresswoman in U.S. history.
The evidence came when Omar’s father died in June of health complications after contracting the CCP Virus. Condolences came from the Somali immigrant community, which revealed that Omar used false names to obtain aid from the state, Steinberg wrote for The Blaze.
Omar and some of her family members reportedly entered the United States under false names as members of another family, the Omars, as Steinberg’s research claims. While records show that when Omar’s father arrived in the United States in 1995, he claimed to be “Nur Omar Mohamed” and received a social security number under that name. Omar’s name at birth was Ilhan Nur Said Elmi.
In addition, charges that may be brought against Omar include cooperation and incitement to illegal immigration, fraud on federal student loans, fraudulent tax returns, false statements for state aid, and illegal marriages.
Her marriage history is also a legal mess that is difficult to decipher; Omar claimed that she married Ahmed Hirsi in an Islamic ceremony in 2002 and six years later, she was divorced. She then legally married Ahmed Nur Said Elmi in 2009. In 2012 she reconciled with Hirsi, but did not divorce Elmi until 2017, after evidence emerged that Elmi is her biological brother.
Although Omar’s request for divorce in 2017, in which she swore under penalty of perjury that she had no contact with Elmi after June 2011, evidence shows in social media publications that she did have contact with him. This entanglement was also reported by other media outlets such as Fox News, but had, as yet, no major legal significance.
In April 2019, authorities began an investigation into Omar after two allegations of campaign finance fraud.
In August last year, Neon Nettle reported that Omar channeled $230,000 in campaign funds to Tim Mynett, the man she allegedly had an affair with, according to his wife’s divorce papers.
Prior to the last election, Omar was involved in another scandal when another piece of evidence emerged indicating that during the campaign she paid $1.6 million to her new husband’s consulting firm, Tim Mynett.
WND reported that Steinberg, PowerLine blogger Scott Johnson, and investigative reporter Preya Samsundar have published verifiable evidence over the past three years.
Steinberg wrote that there is now “probable cause to investigate Omar for eight instances of perjury, immigration fraud, marriage fraud, up to eight years of state and federal tax fraud, two years of federal student loan fraud, and even bigamy.”
“To be clear: The facts describe perhaps the most extensive spree of illegal misconduct committed by a House member in American history,” wrote Steinberg.