As the first African refugee elected to Congress, Ilhan Omar “will bring a unique perspective and new energy to our nation’s capital.”
“She will fight for working families so they are paid a living wage and have access to affordable housing and healthcare; for students to make college more affordable and debt forgiveness for those struggling to repay education loans; for immigrants and refugees to stop family separations, abolish ICE, and protect DACA.” And so on, but there’s more to the Somalia-born candidate.
In “The Curious Case of Ilhan Omar,” Minnesota attorney Scott Johnson noted “the fact that she is not legally married to the man she advertises as the husband and the father of her three children. In fact, she is legally married to another man—who may be her brother.”
A SomaliSpot post charged that “Omar had married the man touted as her husband in 2002 before marrying her brother for fraudulent purposes in 2009.”