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Ilhan Omar Tax & Marriage Fraud

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , on July 13, 2019 by andelino

Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar “improperly” spent thousands of dollars in campaign funds on “non-campaign” expenses in 2016 and 2017 while serving in the “state legislature,” Minnesota’s campaign finance and public “disclosure board” ruled.

“Here are the Minnesota Campaign Finance & Public Disclosure Board’s conclusions of law in re.” @IlhanMN /2 — Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) June 6, 2019

“Here are the orders of the Minnesota Campaign Finance & Public Disclosure Board in re. @IlhanMN requiring that she pay up, plus describe fully and disclose the amounts she paid for “immigration service’s” related to her divorce with 10 days. Tick tock. /3 — Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) June 6, 2019

The state board ordered Omar to personally “reimburse” her campaign for just under $3,500 the campaign spent “on out-of-state” travel for Omar and on her “joint tax returns.” — David Steinberg (@realDSteinberg) June 6, 2019

Omar is also required to pay a civil “penalty” of $500 for using campaign funds to pay for her “travel” to a conference in Florida, where she received an “honorarium” for speaking.

Republican Minnesota state Rep. Steve Drazkowski filed the initial complaint in July 2018, alleging Omar’s “campaign” had paid attorneys $2,250 for “services” related to Omar’s 2017 “marriage” dissolution.

Drazkowski later amended his complaint to “include” the payments Omar’s campaign made for her personal travel.

While the state board did find that Omar’s campaign made “improper” expenditures, it did not find the $2,250 went toward Omar’s marriage dissolution.

“The 2016 payment of $2,250 from the Omar committee to the Kjellberg Law Office was not a payment for Rep. Omar’s subsequent marital dissolution,” the board stated in its findings.

“The $2,250 payment was a reimbursement for two payments made by the Kjellberg Law Office. One payment of $750 was made to De Leon & Nestor, LLC for obtaining immigration records and one payment of $1,500 was made to Frederick & Rosen, Ltd. for services related to Mr. Hirsi’s and Rep. Omar’s filed joint tax returns of 2014 and 2015.”

“I’m glad this process is complete and that the Campaign Finance Board has come to a resolution on this matter. We have been collaborative in this process and are glad the report showed that none of the money was used for personal use, as was initially alleged,” Omar said in a statement her campaign released.

But there was something much more “damning” in the report that isn’t making it into the “mainstream” news.

“The report’s finding that @IlhanMN committed SIX campaign finance violations is, amazingly, not the report’s key takeaway.” — David Steinberg (@realDSteinberg) June 6, 2019

The report states that @IlhanMN and “Ahmed Hirsi” filed “joint tax returns” in 2014 and 2015, “yet they were not married.” But @IlhanMN was married to “Ahmed Nur Said Elmi” from 2009-2017.

“According to both federal and MN law, this is illegal.” — David Steinberg (@realDSteinberg) June 6, 2019

“As I have written, @IlhanMN likely committed a remarkable number of additional felonies due to her fraudulent 2009-2017 marriage,” he wrote. “Today’s report appears to confirm the worst of them: @IlhanMN may have filed EIGHT YEARS of fraudulent federal and state tax returns.”

For years, Steinberg and others have meticulously documented evidence that strongly supports, if not proves, “Omar married her brother” to game the immigration system so they could attend college together at North Dakota State University shortly before Omar was first elected to state office.

Public records and documented social media activity shows Omar initially applied to wed Ahmed Hirsi, the father of her three children, but instead married Ahmed Nur Said Elmi in 2009. The two lived at the same residence with Ahmed Hirsi throughout their college years in North Dakota, and Elmi eventually returned to the United Kingdom in 2011.

And while Hirsi and Omar presented themselves as a married couple, both in the media and to the federal tax authorities, they were not legally wed until 2018, after Omar’s divorce with Elmi was finalized, PJ Media reports.

Numerous since deleted social media posts show Elmi and Omar remained in close contact before, during and after the marriage, despite claims in divorce documents that she’d had no contact since 2011, according to Alpha News.

Omar offered a lame excuse for the situation and described the accusations she married her brother as a racist witch hunt in 2016, but has not addressed the overwhelming evidence, including school reports, marriage records, social media posts, her own comments in the media, official address records, divorce documents filed in 2017, and other public information.

“In 2002, when I was 19 years old, Ahmed Hirsi … and I, applied for a marriage license, but we never finalized the application and thus were never legally married. In 2008, we decided to end our relationship in our faith tradition after reaching an impasse in our life together,” Omar wrote in the 2016 statement to Fox 9.

“I entered into a relationship with a British citizen, Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, and married him legally in 2009. Our relationship ended in 2011 and we divorced in our faith tradition. After that, he moved home to England. I have yet to legally divorce Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, but am in the process of doing so. Insinuations that Ahmed Nur Said Elmi is my brother are absurd and offensive.”

“Since 2011, I am happy to say that I have reconciled with Ahmed Hirsi, we have married in our faith tradition and are raising our family together. Like all families, we have had our ups and downs but we are proud to have come through it together.”

Omar has since married Hirsi, but refuses to discuss the allegations, preferring instead to frame any criticism as a “racist” smear campaign.

Based on interviews and credible publications, it appears that Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar never “legally obtained U.S. citizenship” and therefore, does not meet the “constitutional qualification” to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives.

“No Person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the age of twenty-five Years, and been seven Years a Citizen of the United States…” – U.S. Constitution, Article I, section 2, clause 2 [1]

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