Take me in, oh tender woman,
Take me in, for heaven's sake….
Anyone else remember that poem?
Called The Snake, President Trump used to read it at all campaign rallies and it ALWAYS reminded me of that Trojan Horse Ilhan Omar.
But perhaps the chickens may FINALLY be coming home to roost.
Earlier today President Trump directly accused Omar of voter fraud:
Following up on those allegations, the Minneapolis Police Department itself later Tweeted today acknowledging they are aware of the allegations and looking into them!
Take a look:
Here was the bombshell report from the excellent folks at Project Veritas that broke this whole thing wide open:
Here's more, from the Washington Times:
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman’s office said Monday that it has received “no information” on possible illegal ballot-harvesting after Project Veritas released video on an alleged cash-for-ballots scheme to benefit Rep. Ilhan Omar and other Democrats.
“The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office has received no information or cases involving so-called ballot harvesting in any elections held in Hennepin County this year,” the statement said. “If Project Veritas has evidence of election law violations, they should provide it to the Minneapolis Police Department.”
Ms. Omar’s campaign denied Monday any illegal activity, while Eric Trump that his father’s presidential campaign would bring the matter to the attention of federal and local authorities.
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“The campaign will immediately be bringing this voter fraud to the @FBI and applicable authorities in Minneapolis this morning. They are on it,” Mr. Trump tweeted.
The video showed a man identified as Liban Mohamed bragging on Snapchat that he had a car “full” of absentee ballots, while others told Project Veritas investigators that canvassers collected absentee ballots, some unmarked, en masse from elderly voters in apartment buildings.
Other voters were allegedly driven to polling places and paid cash after casting ballots, according to a woman identified as a “political worker” who said operatives were carrying “bags of money.”
In its statement, Mr. Freeman’s office said that someone who identified herself as “Megan” recently contacted the office with concerns about ballot harvesting, and she was referred to local law enforcement.
“The Minnesota Legislature has designated local police departments as the agency responsible for investigating those types of allegations,” said the office. “They would then send the completed investigation to the county attorney’s office for possible charges. The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office takes those cases very seriously and after every even-year election, we usually file a dozen or so cases involving some type of election violations, primarily felons voting despite still being on probation.”
Ballot-harvesting is legal in Minnesota, but the limit is three ballots per canvasser per election, although that law is now the subject of a court battle.
CBS Local had more:
President Donald Trump is calling for an investigation of Rep. Ilhan Omar after a right-wing group known for its controversial videos claims it has evidence of voter harvesting linked to Omar.
The video from the group Project Veritas shows a man driving around Minneapolis in July with what he claims are hundreds of absentee ballots for then Minneapolis City Council candidate Jamal Osman. The video was released Sunday night and Trump repeatedly tweeted about it.
The video then presents community activist Omar Jamal claiming, without offering proof, that Omar is paying for harvesting of ballots.
“She uses her money and he is is one of her many people. He is not the only one who works for her,” Omar said.
In a statement, Omar denies the man in the video works for her and says there is zero truth to the Project Veritas claims.
Omar fired back, retweeting the Presidents tweet with a .GIF from a TV show revealing $750, the amount a New York Times story just hours earlier alleged that Trump had paid in taxes in 2016 and 2017.
The video says the man harvesting ballots in the video was violating Minnesota election law that allows a person to only turn in three absentee ballots. However, for the August primary, a court order lifted the three-person limit allowing anyone with the proper identification to bring in an unlimited amount of ballots. The three-ballot limit has been reinstated for the general election.
Minnesota’s U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald, who was appointed by Trump, is not commenting.
The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office says it has received no information or cases involving ballot harvesting in any elections held in Hennepin County this year.