Feds and ICE might be finally investigating Ilhan Omar

Here's something a lot of Trump fans might love to hear and it involves Rep. Ilhan Omar facing potential investigations regarding the alleged felonies she might have committed from 2009 to 2017, as per a report by David Steinberg of The Blaze.

It starts off by reminding his readers that the Department of Justice actually assigned an FBI Special Agent in Charge (SAC) to review the alleged crimes she committed.

It then dives into some of the information pertaining to her possible investigation and what's going on now based on his information and sources.

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Steinberg stated:

Minnesota state Rep. Steve Drazkowski (R) had previously filed a complaint on the matter with the Minnesota District of the Department of Justice. That office — headed by U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald, a 2018 Donald Trump appointee — directed the FBI to review the complaint. An FBI SAC formally met with Rep. Drazkowski, and others, in mid-October to receive a prepared file of evidence and related information.

I can confirm that the FBI has taken additional steps since this October meeting.

Steinberg then says that information used to suggest Omar was involved with criminal activity might prompt the FBI to reach out to other departments who could be useful, and at that point, the FBI "acts as a hub" which could be used as a source of evidence and coordination of investigations with other agencies.

And guess what's happening? That's right. Steinberg says there are at least two other federal agencies contacted by the FBI who provided more information on Omar, and this is where it gets really interesting for you, but possibly really bad for Omar - speculation, of course.

So who is being involved?

Steinberg's article stated this regarding Omar's marriage and education:

1. Department of Education Inspector General

This is related to evidence suggesting that Rep. Omar's 2009 marriage to a UK citizen may have been an attempt to facilitate federal student loan fraud, or other fraud involving higher education.

? Shortly after Omar's 2009 marriage, the new couple moved to Fargo, North Dakota. Omar enrolled at North Dakota State University in August 2009. Her husband enrolled the following year.

Omar received a degree in June 2011. According to Omar herself, she and her husband then permanently separated in June 2011. The marriage's start and end coincide with the start and end dates of Omar's NDSU enrollment.

Incredibly — according to address records, and a statement from Omar herself — she was also still living with her first husband, and their two kids, throughout this second marriage.

? In 2017, Omar finally filed for divorce. Under penalty of perjury, she submitted a nine-question form to the court attesting to having lost all contact with her NDSU husband in June 2011.

Dozens of verified social media posts, photos, and even a 2016 interview with the NDSU husband indicate otherwise. It appears Omar perjured herself eight times answering those nine questions.

(Click here for analysis of an additional court document Omar submitted, which suggests the likely motive for Omar taking such a risk. Each instance of perjury in Minnesota can receive a sentence of five years.)

And then Steinberg mentioned possible issues with Omar's immigration:

2. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

? This is related to evidence suggesting a breathtaking number of possible immigration-related felonies. As I stated in an introductory passage within my July 18 article:

The [following] answers to those questions about [Rep. Omar's 2009 marriage] appear to give probable cause to investigate Omar for eight instances of perjury, immigration fraud, marriage fraud, up to eight years of state and federal tax fraud, two years of federal student loan fraud, and even bigamy. 

To be clear: The facts describe perhaps the most extensive spree of illegal misconduct committed by a House member in American history.

Here's where it becomes even more entertaining, especially regarding her marriage. And before you read this, let's remind readers that until it has been verified as a fact, that Ilhan Omar's marriage situation to her brother has been labeled as a conspiracy according to fact checkers.

Steinberg looked into Omar's situation even more and reported this:

A comical number of likely felonies, all backed by gobsmacking evidence: Certified state and federal documents; certified UK government documents; archived state public school records; archived U.S. and UK address records; verifiably unmanipulated digital photographs; corroborating statements from Omar herself; corroborating statements from Omar's ex-husband himself; several years of social media posts from Omar's verified accounts; and several years of suddenly deleted social media posts from Omar's verified accounts... The only man on Earth with the same name and birthdate as Omar's ex-husband — appears to have been raised in the London home of Ilhan's verifiable sister. And has the same three family names.

Well, there you go. That's the story with Ilhan Omar possibly being investigated by the Feds and ICE (she's very anti-ICE, you know), and Steinberg absolutely crushed it in his article.

And we didn't even touch on Ilhan Omar's current marriage scandal which caused another couple to file for divorce.

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