Things are heating up in relation to the alleged instances of fraud against left extremist Rep. Ilhan Omar, who has been accused – among other things – of marrying her own brother!
Now, just days after Judicial Watch filed an official ethics complaint against Omar demanded that she be investigated – it has been reported that she is splitting up from her second husband for the second time, and that divorce is in the near future for the two.
Take a look at this breaking news that hit Twitter:
President Trump brought the accusations that Omar married her own brother into the public light earlier this month when he spoke about it.
Here's the clip of what Trump said from Ryan Saavedra on Twitter:
Daily Wire gave the following insight into the situation with Omar and her soon-to-be ex-husband:
Far-left Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has reportedly split from her second husband and is headed for divorce as questions continue to mount about her marital history, according to the exclusive reporting of The Daily Mail.
"The bust-up comes just as critics are demanding answers as to whether she married her own brother in a successful bid to get him into the United States," The Daily Mail reported. "Omar has now dumped her current husband Ahmed Hirsi - who she first married in a religious ceremony in 2002 and divorced in 2008 - and moved into a penthouse apartment in one of Minneapolis's trendiest neighborhoods, DailyMail.com has learned exclusively."
When approached by the Daily Mail, Hirsi said: "Wow, I can't comment on that. I'm sorry, I just can't say anything."
The Daily Mail says that they were told by a family friend that Hirsi only goes to Omar's home "when Ilhan is in DC."
"When she's in Minneapolis he sleeps at his house," the source said.
Earlier this week Judicial Watch filed an ethics complaint to David Skaggs, Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Office of Congressional Ethics, "calling for a full investigation into potential crimes tied to allegations that Rep. Ilhan Omar may have married her biological brother."
President Donald Trump recently brought the allegations against Omar into the national spotlight, forcing the mainstream media to start covering the story they have long avoided.
Star Tribune had the following to say, as well:
New investigative documents released by a state agency have given fresh life to lingering questions about the marital history of Rep. Ilhan Omar and whether she once married a man — possibly her own brother — to skirt immigration laws.
Omar has denied the allegations in the past, dismissing them as “baseless rumors” first raised in an online Somali politics forum and championed by conservative bloggers during her 2016 campaign for the Minnesota House. But she said little then or since about Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, the former husband who swept into her life in 2009 before a 2011 separation.
The questions surfaced again this month in a state probe of campaign finance violations showing that Omar filed federal taxes in 2014 and 2015 with her current husband, Ahmed Hirsi, while she was still legally married to but separated from Elmi.
Although she has legally corrected the discrepancy, she has declined to say anything about how or why it happened.
The new documents also detail the Omar campaign’s efforts to keep the story of her marriage to Elmi out of the press, arguing that detailed coverage would legitimize the accusations and invade her privacy.
Since the recent findings of the campaign finance board that discovered Omar had improperly used campaign money to pay a lawyer to fix her tax filings, the Star Tribune searched public records — including available databases, the marriage and divorce filing, business licenses, university records and other documents — and could find little publicly available information about Elmi. The search of records could neither conclusively confirm nor rebut the allegation that he is Omar’s sibling.
Sent a list of questions and a request to talk to her siblings and father, Omar declined to do so. Hirsi did not reply to multiple calls, texts and e-mails. Social media posts indicate Elmi is in Africa. He did not respond to multiple e-mails.
Omar’s reticence is consistent with near total silence she has maintained for three years amid questions raised through public records picked over by conservative opinion journalists intent on proving that she committed immigration fraud. Those attacks, she once tweeted, are the provenance of “fake journalists on bigoted blogs.”
Omar spokesman Jeremy Slevin issued a statement Friday asserting that the questions about her personal life are illegitimate:
“Since before she was elected to office, Ilhan has been the subject of conspiracy theories and false accusations about her personal life. Emboldened by a president who openly treats immigrants, refugees and Muslims as invaders, these attacks often stem from the presumption that Ilhan — like others who share those identities — is somehow illegitimate or not fully American.
“Ilhan has shared more than most public officials ever do about the details of her personal life — even when it is personally painful,” he continued. “Whether by colluding with right-wing outlets to go after Muslim elected officials or hounding family members, legitimate media outlets have a responsibility not to fan the flames of hate. Continuing to do so is not only demeaning to Ilhan, but to her entire family.”
The questions have nevertheless persisted as a political threat over the years while the former war refugee from Somalia made history being elected to the Minnesota House and then winning a seat in Congress.
Her ascent as the nation’s first Somali-American lawmaker has won her global praise and given her an international platform to champion human rights, criticize Israel, and challenge the Trump administration’s immigration policies — positions that have drawn further ire and scrutiny from conservative critics.
Omar’s widely condemned statements about the influence of Israel and Jewish money in American politics have only upped the stakes for her critics, who are also often passionate defenders of the Israeli government.
Throughout it all, Omar’s public persona has been informed by her biography as a refugee overcoming racial and cultural barriers. Yet she has insisted on silence on some key details.
“It’s really strange, right, to prove a negative,” she told the Star Tribune in an interview in October, before she was elected to Congress. As for Elmi, she said, “If someone was asking me, do I have a brother by that name, I don’t. If someone was asking … are there court documents that are false … there is no truth to that.”
NewsMax also added:
Rep. Ilhan Omar, the liberal Minnesota congresswoman who has been under fire for filing taxes with one man while legally married to another is now set to divorce yet again, the Daily Mail reports.
Omar has moved into an upscale apartment in Minneapolis that she stays in without husband Ahmed Hirsi, the father of her three children, according to the report, though Hirsi does live there when Omar is in Washington. When she returns to Minneapolis, he goes back to their old home, sources told the Daily Mail.
When approached while leaving the apartment recently, Hirsi declined to comment.
"I'm sorry, I just can't say anything," he said before driving away.
He was reportedly seen sitting alone in a Starbucks as his wife received a hero's welcome at the airport following Twitter attacks from President Donald Trump as part of the "Squad" of four liberal freshman female minority Democratic representatives.
In a complicated story, Omar, a refugee from war-torn Somalia, first married Hirsi in 2002 when she was 19 in Muslim religious ceremony that was no recognized legally by the U.S. government. They had two children together before separating in 2008.