Breaking: Anti-Semitic Democrat Ilhan Omar Splits from Father of Three Children — Two Years After Divorce from Brother

Democrat Representative and anti-Semite Ilhan Omar reportedly split with the father of her three children Ahmed Hirsi just two years after her divorce from her brother.

In early June Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) was ordered to pay a $500 civil fine for violating campaign finance law.

Omar had to pay an additional $3,469 fine for improperly used campaign funds.

But the investigation into Ilhan Omar and the findings released by the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board revealed something even more serious.

 

It appears Ilhan Omar may have filed fraudulent federal and state tax returns.

In a 2017, Rep. Omar swore under penalty of perjury while divorcing her husband (brother?) that she  hadn’t seen Ahmed N. Elmi since 2011 and didn’t know anyone who could help her contact him.

But as Cristina Laila reported on Monday — It appears Ilhan Omar perjured herself.

Hidden code on a website however shows that Ahmed E. Elmi actually designed and set up a website for Ilhan Omar’s sister THIS YEAR and is living in Nairobi, Kenya, the same city Omar’s sister, Sahra Noor lives and works in.

Now this…


According to The Daily Mail Ilhan Omar has split from her husband for the second time.
The Daily Mail reported:

Leftist congresswoman Ilhan Omar and her husband – the father of her three children – have split and are heading for their second divorce, DailyMail.com has learned exclusively.

The bust-up comes just as critics are demanding answers as to whether she married her own brother in a successful bid to get him into the United States.

Omar has now dumped her current husband Ahmed Hirsi – who she first married in a religious ceremony in 2002 and divorced in 2008 – and moved into a penthouse apartment in one of Minneapolis’s trendiest neighborhoods, DailyMail.com has learned exclusively.

But Hirsi, is also spending time at the apartment, which is just a block from the Mississippi River in the Mill District sector of Minnesota’s largest city, when she is out of town.

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