Ilhan Omar might flee the country after the FBI’s latest announcement
Ilhan Omar can’t seem to stay out of trouble.
She continues to get caught doing terrible things that jeopardize her career.
And now she might flee the country after the FBI’s latest announcement.
Since getting into office, Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has been in the spotlight constantly.
But it has never been for anything good.
On one of her first days in Congress, she created outrage after posting anti-Semitic Tweets, alleging those who support Israel do so simply for monetary advantage.
This is all while she was the lead sponsor of the anti-Semitic BDS legislation, which calls for economic boycotts of the Jewish state of Israel, in the hopes that they cannot fund their defense against mobs of Palestinian terrorists.
But her disgusting behavior didn’t end there.
While speaking at an event with the Center for American Islamic Relations (CAIR), she downplayed the 9/11 terrorist attack, simply as “some people” doing “something.”
This is especially insulting considering CAIR has well-established ties to Islamic terrorism.
The group was an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism financing trial in U.S. history, and is labeled a terrorist organization in the United Arab Emirates due to their ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Somehow, despite all this, Omar remains in Congress, and Nancy Pelosi even allows her to remain on the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
It is clear that Pelosi isn’t going to do anything about Omar.
But her time in Congress could be coming to an end for a completely different reason.
Shortly after taking office, allegations of Omar marrying her brother came to light.
In 2009, Omar married Ahmed Elmi, after divorcing her first husband Ahmed Hirsi.
Their marriage didn’t last long, and shortly after getting divorced, Omar remarried her original husband.
It is alleged that Elmi is actually her brother, with evidence uncovered pointing in that direction.
At the time of the marriage, Elmi was not a U.S. citizen, which is creating speculation that the marriage was just a ruse so he could gain U.S. citizenship, which is marriage and immigration fraud.
Just the charge of marriage fraud could throw her in prison for up to five years, and result in a fine of up to $250,000.
And according to reports from The New York Post, the FBI is looking into the allegations.