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Ilhan Omar is Facing Deportation After Trump Caught Her Red Handed in This Crime

Ilhan Omar is Facing Deportation After Trump Caught Her Red Handed in This Crime

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Ilhan Omar made a major mistake getting on Donald Trump’s bad side.

The Minnesota Congresswoman decided to engage the President in a fight that’s raged for over one week.

And now Ilhan Omar could be facing deportation after trump caught her red handed in this crime.

Ilhan Omar’s tag team partners in the fake news media rushed to the Muslim Congresswoman’s aid after Donald Trump accurately described Omar as an anti-Semitic racist that hates America and goes easy on Al Qaeda.

So-called “reporters” worked with Democrats to fabricate a narrative that President Trump attacked Ilhan Omar and her fellow members of “The Squad” with “racist” tweets.

President Trump addressed this controversy in a press availability before he departed for a campaign rally.

Instead of groveling for forgiveness, President Trump turned the tables on Ilhan Omar by pointing out that Omar stands accused of committing marriage and immigration fraud.

“Well, there’s a lot of talk about the fact that she was married to her brother. I know nothing about it,” Trump told reporters outside the White House.

“I hear she was married to her brother. You’re asking me a question about it. I don’t know, but I’m sure there’s somebody who will be looking at that,” Trump concluded.

There is documented evidence that Omar filed joint tax returns while she was married to two men.

That is not in dispute.

But Omar denies – despite there being strong evidence – that she was married to her brother from 2009 to 2017.

David Steinberg – the investigative journalist that put the pieces together exposing Omar’s various frauds – also dropped a new bombshell.

In a starting report, Steinberg said sources in Minnesota’s Somali community outlined to him how Omar faked her identity to win refugee status in America.

Steinberg exclusively reported on

In 1995, Ilhan entered the United States as a fraudulent member of the “Omar” family.

That is not her family. The Omar family is a second, unrelated family which was being granted asylum by the United States. The Omars allowed Ilhan, her genetic sister Sahra, and her genetic father Nur Said to use false names to apply for asylum as members of the Omar family.

Ilhan’s genetic family split up at this time. The above three received asylum in the United States, while Ilhan’s three other siblings — using their real names — managed to get asylum in the United Kingdom.

Ilhan Abdullahi Omar’s name, before applying for asylum, was Ilhan Nur Said Elmi.

Her father’s name before applying for asylum was Nur Said Elmi Mohamed. Her sister Sahra Noor’s name before applying for asylum was Sahra Nur Said Elmi. Her three siblings who were granted asylum by the United Kingdom are Leila Nur Said Elmi, Mohamed Nur Said Elmi, and Ahmed Nur Said Elmi.

Steinberg went on to detail the evidence backing up this claim writing:

Confirming some of the above information, as it might appear on their 1995 U.S. immigration papers, is not difficult. A basic background search shows that “Nur Omar Mohamed,” “Ilhan Abdullahi Omar,” and “Sahra Noor” all received SSNs in 1995 or 1996 in Virginia. Verified address records show adult members of the Omars living at three addresses in Arlington, Virginia at that time: 1223 South Thomas Street, 1226 South Thomas Street, and 1107 South Thomas Street.

The United Kingdom records of the relevant individuals are similarly easy to find. Try with a simple account and similar online tools: There appears to be only one “Leila Nur Said Elmi,” only one “Mohamed Nur Said Elmi,” and only one “Ahmed Nur Said Elmi” in the UK.

If this is true, all the fake news blabbering and virtue signaling by RINO squishes about how Omar is an American citizen flies out the window.

Omar being proven guilty of these charges means deportation is in order.

Great American Daily will continue to cover any new developments in this ongoing story.

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