Rep. Ilhan Omar Accused of Committing Tax Fraud

America’s least-favorite congresswoman is making headlines again, and as usual, it’s not for any good reason. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) appears to have filed fraudulent tax returns for at least eight years in a row.

To call Ilhan Omar “controversial” would be one of the understatements of the century. She made headlines earlier this year for delivering a speech in which she said that on 9/11, “Some people did something.” Some people? Which people would those be, congresswoman?

Omar has likewise attended fundraising events for the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a group that was linked to the Holy Land Foundation terrorism trial but never criminally charged. Oh, and hey, remember that time when she giggled and laughed like a gleeful schoolgirl when discussing the savage animals of Al Qaeda? Yeah, so… she’s in Congress. Not to be rude about it, but GREAT JOB, MINNESOTA VOTERS!

Omar has also been accurately described as a living symbol of America’s broken immigration system. Her family’s lives were saved by America when the US brought them here as refugees in the 1990s, following Somalia’s civil war. Spoiler alert: Omar’s family fled Somalia because they were the bad guys in that conflict. Ever since then, she’s done nothing but express hatred of the nation that has given her everything.

But now it looks like Ilhan Omar is finally in some deep trouble, for engaging in that longstanding, traditional immigrant pastime of tax fraud. Check out this video with the clear, bombshell evidence that Ilhan Omar cheated on her taxes.


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