Ilhan Omar Won’t Be Prosecuted For Immigration Fraud For Marrying Her Brother
Here is yet more evidence of the two-tier justice system we have in the United States. The Left is above the law; it’s only for dissenters from the Leftist agenda. Ilhan Omar is a Leftist, a black person, a woman, and a Muslim. These are the reasons why she will not be prosecuted. Anyone who dared to prosecute her would be excoriated in the establishment media as a racist Islamophobe; few have the courage to stand up against that onslaught. And so Ilhan Omar can do whatever she wants, without fear of suffering any consequences at all.
If you’re skeptical about that, ask yourself what the reaction would be if a conservative Republican Congressman, a white Christian man, was suspected of marrying his sister in order to commit immigration fraud.
Do you think everyone would decline to prosecute in that case?
Federal investigators have decided not to prosecute Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., for immigration fraud despite the publicly available evidence that she married her brother to gain him lawful status to remain in the United States.
The news that two separate federal agencies have declined to pursue charges against Omar after a months-long probe came from a veteran insider at the Department of Homeland Security.
The case was investigated by the FBI and involved at least one other agency, but the U.S. Attorney in Minnesota, Erica MacDonald, has decided not to prosecute.
MacDonald is a Republican who was appointed to her post in June 2018 by President Trump….
Records indicate Omar was married to two men at the same time in 2009, and that one of them, Ahmed Elmi, was her own brother and a citizen of Britain….
Omar denounced the accusations as “disgusting lies” by bloggers who were engaging in “Islamophobia.” She refused to address questions on the matter.
Marriage fraud convictions are punishable by five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.
The FBI never officially confirmed it had opened an investigation on Omar, but WND’s insider source at DHS says an investigation was launched but is going nowhere.
“The marriage fraud case was turned down by the U.S. Attorney’s office in Minnesota and in Washington, D.C.,” the source said.
The excuse was that the statute of limitations on the case, five years, had expired.
However, her divorce from Elmi did not occur until 2017….
“Years ago they would love high-profile cases like this,” the DHS insider said.
“This was clear marriage fraud and immigration fraud, that’s a fact.”
The insider said that for the D.C. office to decline to prosecute “is clearly political.”…
Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer