Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is under heavy fire from the conservative media over her many scandals including marrying her own brother to defraud US immigration, tax fraud, identity fraud and more recently an affair with a married man.
Omar also dodges any questions about her affair with a married man even though her campaign paid over $200,000 to her married lover.
David Steinberg’s impeccable investigative reporting on Ilhan Omar over the last few years has revealed she may have committed the “worst crime spree in Congressional history.”
There is overwhelming evidence that Ilhan Omar married her own brother to defraud US immigration, then lied about it under oath in her divorce papers.
Finally, at least three government agencies are now looking into Ilhan Omar’s case.
Follow this new thread by David Steinberg:
BIG Ilhan Omar update:— David Steinberg (@realDSteinberg) January 16, 2020
Federal investigators finally seem to be reviewing the overwhelming evidence against @IlhanMN.
And at least THREE agencies are considering her case:
1. The @FBI,
2. The DofEd. Inspector General,
3. … And @ICEgov.
In Oct ’19, the @FBI held a formal meeting to discuss a file of evidence against Ilhan Omar.— David Steinberg (@realDSteinberg) January 16, 2020
(I was invited, but did not attend. I did submit new info to the FBI via an attorney.)
The @FBI has since found the evidence compelling enough to share with these 2 agencies.
Steinberg says according to evidence he has gathered, Ilhan Omar “likely committed dozens of felonies in the course of sustaining this fraud.”
.@ICEgov is considering evidence that Ilhan Omar married a UK citizen in ‘09 perhaps to commit immigration fraud.— David Steinberg (@realDSteinberg) January 16, 2020
Govt agencies rarely acknowledge an investigation. For now, I can confirm that the @FBI chose to share evidence w/ at least these 2 agencies.
“Substantial, compelling and, to date, unrefuted evidence has been uncovered that Rep. Ilhan Omar may have committed the following crimes in violation of both federal law and Minnesota state law: perjury, immigration fraud, marriage fraud, state and federal tax fraud, and federal student loan fraud,” Judicial Watch wrote in a complaint to the Office of Congressional Ethics last summer.
Read David Steinberg’s full report on this new development at The Blaze by clicking here.
Source: The Gateway Pundit