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Report: FBI Reviewing Claims Ilhan Omar Married Her Brother

Report: FBI Reviewing Claims Ilhan Omar Married Her Brother

“Conviction for marriage fraud could result in a $250,000 fine, along with five years in prison.”

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is a member of the AOC plus three “Squad” and has been embroiled in numerous controversies regarding her anti-Semitism and staunch support for the BDS movement.  Additionally, there have been questions about whether or not she has committed tax and/or immigration fraud.

The New York Post reported Sunday that the FBI is now investigating whether or not reports that she married her own brother are founded.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is reviewing claims Rep. Ilhan Omar married her brother, The Post has learned.

Two FBI agents held an hours-long meeting in Minnesota in mid-October with a concerned party who handed over a trove of documents regarding Omar’s 2009 marriage to Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, a source with knowledge of the event said.

At the meeting, first reported by website The Blaze, the agents discussed concerns the Somali-born Democrat married Elmi, a British citizen rumored to be her brother, so he could obtain a green card and study in America, the source said.

The two agents said they would share the information with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the US Department of Education, but did not commit to opening an investigation into the firebrand lawmaker, the source said.


You can read David Steinberg’s Blaze piece here.

The Washington Examiner has more on Omar:

The Washington Examiner reports:

An investigation by the Washington Examiner last summer found dozens of documents that indicate discrepancies within the congresswoman’s marriage statements. Omar, 38, has said she married her first husband, Ahmed Abdisalan Hirsi, in 2002 before they “decided to end our relationship in our faith tradition” in 2008.

According to Omar, she then married her second husband, Elmi, before getting divorced in 2011 and reconciling the same year with Hirsi. The Washington Examiner found, based on legal documents, that there is no evidence that Hirsi and Omar ever separated between 2008 and 2011, and instead continued to live together during that time period. She did, however, file for divorce from Hirsi in October last year.

Omar has declined to answer questions from the Washington Examiner on the matter, and her office said she would not be available to talk on the subject. Conviction for marriage fraud could result in a $250,000 fine, along with five years in prison.


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Forget the fine and prison time, just kick the bitch out for good.

    Joe-dallas in reply to Paul. | January 28, 2020 at 3:16 pm

    Will be difficult to get her kicked out of the US since the immigration fraud was after she became legal resident and since she is now a citizen. The immigration fraud would have to have been incurred in connection with her becoming a US citizen and/or becoming a legal resident.

      notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to Joe-dallas. | January 28, 2020 at 3:19 pm

      Did Paul mean out of Congress?

      Except she’s probably having “congress” with her bother-husband-lover…….

      Wait doesn’t this mean she’s also her own aunt and her bother-husband-lover is her uncle too?

      They’re all too inbred – DEMS ALL. Snark.

        There was no “congress”. Her “marriage” to her brother was a sham. She was still living with her real husband the whole time — the one she just left recently.

        Kicking her out of Congress would require a 2/3 vote of the House (not happening), and according to Congress’s long-standing position it would require an offense committed since the last election.

        notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital. | January 28, 2020 at 4:21 pm

        Shouldn’t those inbred CNN hillbilly employees be mocking Omar and her brother Omar Too?

        Finally figured out what’s wrong with the Globalists, Self-Appointed Elitists!

        THEY’RE INBRED. (Boston Brahmans, New York 500, etc. etc. need I say more?)

      Granny in reply to Joe-dallas. | January 28, 2020 at 3:59 pm

      Not exactly. Your citizenship can’t be rescinded if you are BIRTH citizen but she is an immigrant and her’s can be taken away. Ask a few war criminals, among others.

        notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to Granny. | January 28, 2020 at 4:10 pm

        Thanks Granny!

        Milhouse in reply to Granny. | January 28, 2020 at 5:16 pm

        That is not true. US citizenship that has been validly obtained can never be lost, no matter what. The cases you refer to are of people who were never citizens in the first place; they were fraudulently claiming to be citizens, and the government eventually proved it.

        If you claim to have been born in the USA, and forge a birth certificate to that effect, that doesn’t make you a US citizen; if the government can go to court and prove that the cert is a forgery and you were actually born in Canada then you don’t lose your citizenship, you are exposed as having never been one. The same applies to war criminals who obtained fake “naturalizations” by lying about their records.

        Since there is no doubt that Omar’s naturalization was valid, she is a genuine citizen, and it can never be taken away from her without her consent.

        Let’s get rid of the kenyian traitor along with her.

      Observer in reply to Joe-dallas. | January 28, 2020 at 5:15 pm

      According to the PL articles, she initially committed immigration fraud by falsely claiming to be a member of the Omar family — a Somali family that had already qualified as refugees. Ilhan’s own family did not qualify. Ilhan is not an Omar, but lied and said she was in order to get into the U.S. as an Omar family member. The immigration fraud in relation to the marriage to her brother came years later. Since she had gotten away with the first fraud, she probably figured it would be easy to get away with the second fraud as well.

        Milhouse in reply to Observer. | January 28, 2020 at 5:18 pm

        According to the PL articles, she initially committed immigration fraud by falsely claiming to be a member of the Omar family

        This is obviously incorrect. She was a child, and therefore did not claim anything. She was incapable of committing fraud. Any fraud her parents committed is not her problem.

          Granny in reply to Milhouse. | January 28, 2020 at 7:14 pm

          She was not a child when she applied for citizenship. There are only two possible scenarios.

          1. She obtained citizenship at age 18 because her father had become a citizen. If he lied and used a fake name then his citizenship is invalid and thus so is hers.

          2. She obtained citizenship on her own at age 18, knowing that the name she currently uses is not in fact her name. That also makes it immigration fraud.

          There are a number of circumstances under which you can lose citizenship –

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | January 28, 2020 at 7:44 pm

          She was naturalized when she turned 18. She applied using her name. It is irrelevant what name she was assigned at birth. In all the years since she was admitted to the USA as a child she had been using the name “Ilhan Omar”; therefore that was her name and she committed no fraud in using it. And that’s even assuming she knew she used once to have a different name — which she may not have done.

          And no, there are no circumstances under which you can lose citizenship involuntarily, assuming you had it in the first place. No government manual can change that. So I didn’t even have to look at your link, but I did anyway. Evidently you did not, because if you had you would have known that it says exactly what I did. Naturalization can only be revoked if it was invalid in the first place, either because the person was not eligible, or because they knowingly lied about something that would have caused the naturalization to be denied had they told the truth, or because it was conditioned on a promise of military service that ended up not happening through the serviceman’s own fault.

          (Note well the requirement for the lie to be both wilful and material. Using a name one has been using for everything for years is not a wilful lie, and is also not material, because telling the truth would not have caused her to be turned down.)

    Milhouse in reply to Paul. | January 28, 2020 at 3:55 pm

    Can’t kick her out, she’s a US citizen. She obtained that citizenship validly when she was 18 years old, long before these shenanigans. And US citizenship, once validly obtained, cannot be revoked involuntarily.

      Granny in reply to Milhouse. | January 28, 2020 at 4:00 pm

      There are problems with that too. According to reports She and her father came here under false names. That would invalidate her citizenship from the get go.

        notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to Granny. | January 28, 2020 at 4:12 pm

        Granny, that is a fact. Omar lied about belonging to a “family” that she had no blood or legal family ties too.

        So as the poster at the top may have meant “Throw her out!”

        Joe-dallas in reply to Granny. | January 28, 2020 at 4:59 pm

        Granny – my recollection of the statute is that she would have had to commit immigration fraud in connection with her obtaining citizenship. If claiming to be part of the elmi family is fraud, then she potentially would have committed immigration fraud, though very less serious than the ex-nazi’s who had their US citizenship revoked.

        That being said, and with the assumption that she did commit immigration fraud (a big if), she is effectively immune from revocation of her citizenship due to her status, similar to both Hilary and Biden being immune from prosecution due to the status.

        Milhouse in reply to Granny. | January 28, 2020 at 5:20 pm

        There are problems with that too. According to reports She and her father came here under false names. That would invalidate her citizenship from the get go.

        No, it wouldn’t. It is impossible for her to have committed any fraud when she arrived, because she was a child. She applied for and received naturalization when she turned 18, and nobody is even alleging that she committed any fraud in that process. She is obviously not responsible for any lies her parents told years earlier.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to Paul. | January 28, 2020 at 3:59 pm

    Kick her and her extended family out. Is there anyway to roll back allowing all the Somalian refugees and their spawn?

      No, there is not. Even the ones who are not citizens cannot be expelled simply for being Somali; once they are in the USA they are protected by the 14th amendment.

    Punishment is part of the justice scheme. Prison, then kick her out.

    3manped in reply to Paul. | January 28, 2020 at 11:31 pm

    The FBI is reviewing the actions of a Democrat?I don’t think this worthless skank has too much to worry about.

I have no faith the FBI especially under Wray can tae down a Democrat. I will believe it when I see it. These guys didn’t even investigate Uranium One and just declared it over. Trump also will do nothing about Whitewashes but a single Tweet perhaps.

    walls in reply to Conan. | January 28, 2020 at 3:49 pm

    If the FBI interview is anything like the Hillary interview, it won’t be taped and it will be written down later [after the interview] from recollection.

      The Packetman in reply to walls. | January 28, 2020 at 4:06 pm

      No FBI interview is taped … that’s why there is form 302.

        Subotai Bahadur in reply to The Packetman. | January 28, 2020 at 6:43 pm

        That is what makes it possible for the FBI to change investigative results to match whatever is politically required at the time, regardless of that inconvenient “due process” and “rule of law” and “Constitution”. The FBI is outside of all those.

        Subotai Bahadur

Nothing will happen. She belongs to a protected class…the Democrat class.

“Did not commit to opening an investigation.” It’s the FBI, it’s Omar. Stories referencing Omar or the FBI, separately or together, have fallen to the category of click bait. Few believe either one, with good reason.

Like Conan and Mailman, I have little faith that the current FBI is capable of finding a negative when it comes to Dems/Progs. I don’t know what the solution will be, but something drastic needs to happen.

I know we are a strong country, but our institutions have been under systemic assault for years and may be near breaking.

Well, at least she wasn’t engaging in extramarital sex.

American Human | January 28, 2020 at 4:04 pm

I have it here for you:
1 – Justice for Omar will move at typical DoJ speed
2 – Omar will not be held to account and will be re-elected multiple times until she is appointed to the Senate to fill a vacancy.
3 – She will retire a multi-millionaire just like the rest of them.

2smartforlibs | January 28, 2020 at 4:12 pm

She pulls this we waste a year before we can find time to look into this. Trump had hours before the left-wing hacks attacked

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to 2smartforlibs. | January 28, 2020 at 4:16 pm

    Omar like the rest of her Do-Nothing House DEMS did no work at all last year (2019).

    Time to can their “ass” and sue for the wages to be paid back.

JackinSilverSpring | January 28, 2020 at 4:48 pm

If Ilhan Omar married her brother, named Elmi, then her family name is Elmi, not Omar. That means she entered the US under fraudulent pretenses, namely as a member of the Omar family, when she was actually a member of the Elmi family.

    Somali names don’t work like that. They don’t have family names; their second and third names are the first names of their father and grandfather respectively. Her real name seems to be Ilhan Nur Said Elmi. Her father’s name is Nur Said Elmi Mohammed.

    And since she was a child when she entered the USA she could not have committed fraud. When she was naturalized she just applied with the name she had been using and was on all her papers — that’s not fraud.

Kabuki theater, different rules for thee than me.

This will end with “questions remain, no conclusive evidence, blah blah blah”

FBI won’t risk being called racist and engaging in a partisan witch hunt, and in all likelihood this was started by a Democrat sympathizer to make sure she can be cleared so the media can yell “conspiracy theory”

(which is what any investigation of a Democrat is. Only wiretapping of Republicans is allowed)

As Don Surber says, no excitement until an indictment.

I can see it now:

The FBI will say we found no credible evidence that the charges are correct, especially since marriage is a personal matter best regulated by the states.

Not to worry, with Bill Barr on the job we can be assured that no consequence will befall her

Subotai Bahadur | January 28, 2020 at 7:00 pm

1) She is an overtly Marxist-supporting Democrat.
2) She is black.
3) She is female.
4) She is a member of Congress and partakes in their status as part of the Nomenklatura.
5) A major part of the FBI’s real job is protecting the likes of her from any consequences of any of their illegal acts.

To be honest, she would probably be protected from any legal consequences of trying to assassinate President Trump.

Subotai Bahadur

Will she have to return the wedding gifts?

She needs to serve those 5 years in federal prison so she can be kicked out of Congress.