Minnesota school records provide more evidence for the allegation that the Democrats’ candidate in a Minneapolis district may have committed immigration fraud to help her Somali brother, says a report by PJ Media.
Ilhan Omar is a Somali immigrant, who mobilized Minneapolis’ Somali immigrant population in 2016 to win a state election primary against a 22-term, pro-immigration Democrat, Phyllis Kahn.
Now a state representative, Omar is also running in the state’ s fifth congressional district which is held by retiring Rep. Keith Ellison, and which is overwhelmingly Democratic. She has pushed far-left policies and a pro-migration agenda, which was ignored during a brief debate, hosted by Minnesota Public Radio, with the GOP candidate, Republican activist Jennifer Zielinski.
During her 2016 race, investigators dug up much evidence that Omar married her brother in 2009, possibly breaking several laws. In December 2017, she legally divorced the person alleged to be her brother.
The new evidence was found in the state’s school records, which show that a student with a very similar name to Omar’s husband was registered as a student, PJ Media reported: