You can’t dream up these scenarios. How is that the guilty walk and the innocents are murdered? Imagine this sh.t?
Ilhan Omar Won’t Get Prosecuted for Immigration Fraud, Showing Who Really Has the Privilege
Here is yet more evidence of the two-tier justice system we have in the United States. A “veteran insider” at the Department of Homeland Security revealed Wednesday that two different federal agencies have investigated Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Ankara) for months, but decided not to prosecute her for immigration fraud, despite clear and readily available evidence that she married her own brother as part of an elaborate immigration scam.
Omar was recently ordered to pay back thousands of dollars of campaign funds that she spent on personal expenses. Minnesota’s Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board called upon Omar to pay her former campaign committee $3,500 that she had improperly appropriated for her personal use. That is on top of the fact that Omar’s campaign has paid $1,600,000 to the E Street Group, a consulting firm that happens to be run by Tim Mynett, Omar’s current husband. Such payments are not, strictly speaking, illegal, but in light of the marital relationship involved, they certainly make no attempt to avoid even the appearance of impropriety.
Nor is that all. Omar has a long record of run-ins with the law. Minnesota’s Alpha News reports that Omar “was arrested in 2013 for trespassing and booked at Hennepin County Jail ‘to prevent further criminal conduct,’ according to a newly uncovered police report.”
Omar had gone, along with a large crowd of other Somalis, to the Hotel Ivy, where former Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud was staying. Alpha News notes that “according to the police report, hotel staff requested police assistance in clearing the lobby, saying that anyone without a hotel room key was not welcome on the premises and needed to leave immediately. The officer handling the incident said the majority of people who were asked to leave were compliant. However, Omar, when approached, was ‘argumentative’ and refused to leave.”