Muslim Omar Finally Gets Real Divorce, Media Uninterested in Somali Refugee’s Scandals

Written by  R. Cort Kirkwood

Representative Ilhan Omar, the radical-left Muslim from Minneosota, finally ended her fake marriage with a real divorce from a man from whom she received a fake divorce.

Muslim Omar Finally Gets Real Divorce, Media Uninterested in Somali Refugee’s ScandalsThat sounds confusing, but that’s because Omar’s marital history, which includes marriages and divorces in her “faith tradition,” is a strange jumble of pairings and addresses that includes, records and social-media posts credibly suggest, a marriage to her brother.

That incestuous yet bogus match doesn’t, apparently, bother Democrat political consultant Tim Mynett, the man with whom Omar is shacked up in Washington, D.C.

Though they both deny the affair, newspaper reports and divorce papers from Mynett’s jilted spouse show that Omar and Mynett are, indeed, going at it hammer and tongs.

One-year Marriage
Omar finalized her divorce on Tuesday, the Star-Tribune of Minneapolis reported.

Omar filed for divorce in October, the newspaper noted, and inked an uncontested divorce that gave Omar and former spouse Ahmed Hirsi joint legal and physical custody of their three kids.

In July, Scott Johnson of Powerline reported that Omar and Hirsi were divorced under “Islamic law.” Now, a court has ratified that divorce.

The Star-Tribune reported Omar’s marital past this way:

Omar and Hirsi had been romantically involved since she was a teenager in the early 2000s, though they did not legally marry until 2018.

Omar was also previously married to another man named Ahmed Nur Said Elmi during what she has described as an impasse in her relationship with Hirsi. That marriage legally ended in 2017, several years after she reunited and had a third child with Hirsi.

That doesn’t quite explain Omar’s nuptial gymnastics, though.

The facts uncovered by David Steinberg of PJ Media show that Omar has lied about her past, which she has hidden quite well not just from voters in the 5th district but also the Somali Muslim community in Minneapolis.

Steinberg and other reporters have shown that Elmi is Omar’s brother, and that the two married to perpetrate immigration and student-loan fraud.

From 2002 through 2009, Omar lived in Minneapolis with Hirsi, and in 2009 married Elmi, a British subject.

But then something strange happened. The three moved into the same apartment in Fargo, North Dakota, where Elmi and Omar attended college. Omar and Hirsi moved to another apartment in 2010, and Elmi followed nine months later.

Omar legally divorced Elmi in 2017, yet filed joint tax returns with Hirsi in 2014 and 2015.

And now, she has divorced Hirsi, whom she married just last year.

As The New American reported in July, Judicial Watch filed a complaint against Omar with the House Ethics Committee, based on Steinberg’s and Powerline’s reports, that alleged the Somali refugee “married her brother … to assist his emigration to the United States from the United Kingdom. The same immigration fraud scheme may have aided Mr. Elmi in obtaining federally-backed student loans for his attendance at North Dakota State University.”

Omar, Mynett, and the FEC
As uninterested as the media are in disclosing Omar’s marital past, they are even less interested in tracking the financial connection between Mynett and Omar’s campaign.

Divorce papers filed by Mynett’s wife exposed the affair and inspired yet another official complaint, this one to the Federal Election Commission. That complaint, from the National Legal and Policy Center, alleges that payments from Omar’s campaign to Mynett and his company helped them pursue their romance, a violation of federal campaign-finance law.

Last month, the Washington Free Beacon reported that Mynett’s consultancy is Omar’s largest vendor and received a third of everything the campaign spent. At the time, Omar’s campaign had paid Mynett’s company some $310,000 since January 1.

Omar and Mynett have denied the adultery, but last month the Daily Mail published a major exposé that showed the two are, indeed, involved and living together without benefit of clergy.

“Omar and Mynett are not only dating, but living together ‘on and off’ at a secret DC apartment, while plotting romantic vacations to Jamaica and making plans for a long-term future together,” the newspaper reported.

Although adultery is a crime in Minnesota, the law is rarely, if ever, enforced. Muslims are more serious aboutre the matter, however, and consider unlawful sexual intercourse, known as zina, a capital crime. The penalty for the frisky congresswoman’s transgression is 100 lashes and stoning to death.

In 2014, a woman convicted of adultery suffered just that penalty in Omar’s birth country.

Reprinted with permission from The New American.

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