Articles of Impeachment: Ilhan Oman

Ilhan Omar Made a Jaw Dropping Comment That Just Convicted Her of Treason

Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar has been called many things during her short time in the House of Representatives.

But Omar just earned a new description.

That’s because Ilhan Omar made this jaw-dropping comment that convicted her of treason.

Ilhan Omar is one of loudest voices in the growing number of Democrats comfortable bragging about their support for open borders.

Omar has long supported defunding ICE and eliminating border security mechanisms.

Previously, Americans could dismiss her positions as the ravings of an impotent ideologue.

However, the situation at the Southern border continues to deteriorate.

In the month of May, Border Patrol arrested 144,000 illegal aliens attempting to invade the United States.

Because of the “catch and release” policy Democrats like Omar support and refuse to reform, a vast number of these invaders were turned loose in the United States to await their deportation hearings.

The bad news is Homeland Security reports found that 90 percent of illegal aliens fail to show up for their hearings and are now lurking across America.

In response to the crisis, the Trump administration requested $4.5 billion to boost ICE and Border Patrol’s capacity to detain illegal aliens and manage the wave of migrants pouring over the border.

Omar – of course – opposes this measure.

The freshman Democrat highlighted her opposition by tweeting out an article reporting the Sherburne County Jail in Minnesota put in a request to increase their capacity to detain illegal aliens from 300 to 500.

This came in the form of pleading for more detention beds.

Omar claimed detention of illegal aliens was immoral and racist.

She also repeated her demand to defund ICE and release all currently detained illegal aliens into America.

“ICE is requesting 500 beds from Sherburne County to detain immigrants. It’s un-American to criminalize immigrants for wanting to come to this country for a better life. This is why ICE needs to be defunded,” Omar tweeted.

Patriotic Americans were dumbstruck by Omar’s comments.

Members of Congress pledge to defend the United States.

But Omar made it clear – on a very public forum – that she does not believe the United States owns the right to defend its borders from foreign invaders.

Many Americans believe Omar betrayed her loyalty to the rule of law, the Constitution, and the American people.

Democrats in the House are currently wrestling with how to accommodate the President’s request for money to detain and process illegal aliens.

On one hand, their left-wing base believes – like Omar does – that any enforcement of immigration law is white supremacy.

But Democrat leaders also know they cannot head into the 2020 Presidential election obstructing every effort to thwart an illegal alien invasion.

Donald Trump busted through the fabled “blue wall” in 2016 by highlighting Hillary Clinton’s globalist agenda on immigration and trade.

If Democrats stick with open borders as their default policy, they could be set up for another defeat in 2020.

Great American Daily will keep you up to date on the growing crisis on America’s Southern border.


Ilhan Omar's credibility takes another hit

Tax return irregularities are just the latest misstep by the first-term congresswoman. 

By Editorial Board Star Tribune

June 11, 2019 — 5:55pm

U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar is back in the news again, and not in a good way. The former state representative who won a seat in Congress last fall continues to be dogged by past missteps, this time eight violations of Minnesota campaign-finance law that will cost her nearly $3,500 in reimbursements and civil penalties.

So complex were the allegations that the state Campaign Finance Board spent nearly a year assessing the case, deposing staff people and former staff people, along with Omar herself. The investigation was broadened in October — just a month before her election to Congress — to look more deeply into the allegations. Board Executive Director Jeff Sigurdson said that between six and eight people were deposed separately.

In an October 2018 editorial, we called on Omar to more fully explain her travel and other expenses. We noted that the allegations “suggest a pattern of carelessness and/or self-dealing with legally restricted funds. Neither conclusion inspires the confidence voters deserve to have in someone they send to the U.S. House to represent them.”

It is even more disturbing, therefore, to learn that among the board’s latest findings was a troubling discovery that is far beyond its jurisdiction, but worthy of greater scrutiny nevertheless. Omar, for two years running, filed joint tax returns with a man she was living with but not legally married to. Complicating matters further, she was legally married to another man at the time.

It’s against the law in Minnesota to file jointly unless one filer is legally married to the other. Last year Omar told the Star Tribune that she had married her partner “in her faith,” and had earlier divorced her first husband “in her faith.” That’s fine for religious purposes. But for tax purposes, only civil marriages qualify. It’s not known whether she benefited materially by filing jointly. That is something that voters, who are obliged to follow tax laws no matter how painful, are entitled to know.

It’s not too much to expect that a lawmaker would check with a tax attorney on a rather complicated marital status before filing. And when questions arise, it’s a violation to use campaign funds to clear up those personal issues, as Omar apparently did. The Campaign Finance Board has ordered that she reimburse her campaign $3,469 for violations related to her tax returns and non-campaign travel costs. She must also pay a $500 civil penalty.

Omar is no stranger to controversy. As a new state House member, she collected $2,500 in speaking fees — $2,000 from Normandale Community College and $500 from Inver Hills Community College — for appearances made shortly after she took office. Rep. Steve Drazkowski, R-Mazeppa, who publicly noted that state law prohibits legislators from collecting such fees from groups that have business before the Legislature, made that public, and Omar returned the money. Drazkowski also filed the latest complaint. “It’s very clear there are huge ethical problems with Rep. Omar,” he told an editorial writer, adding that the House should consider an ethics investigation.

If this pattern continues, further investigation may be necessary. Omar could have avoided nearly every infraction by taking simple measures in advance to determine whether her actions would pass legal muster. In its findings, the board noted that Minnesota “House Research staff did explain that generally when they discuss whether a member can accept something of value, for example, travel and lodging reimbursement ... they discuss whether that would violate the gift prohibition,” but do not advise. “Rather, they commonly refer members to the Board. The Omar committee did not contact Board staff ... on the appropriateness of using committee funds for the travel reviewed in this investigation.”

Omar’s political rise has been marred by a series of unforced errors, including intemperate remarks and tweets earlier this year that were widely perceived as anti-Semitic. Every month seems to bring a fresh problem.

As an elected representative for Minnesota and one of the first Muslim women and Somali refugees elected to Congress, Omar is helping to break new ground. But more is expected of her than the symbolism attached to her victory. Omar has a special obligation to be worthy of the trust so many have placed in her, including many still-new Americans who expect better.


Ilhan Omar must resign: New evidence from nearly three dozen Somalis reveals a probable spree of felonies

The "open secret" is now simply open. Yet the media cowardice continues.

According to the media's general judgment, 2020 U.S. voters are most concerned with purportedly complex issues of crime and justice. Voters should place no trust in this. This same media forbade itself to investigate a simple, yet objectively historic corruption scandal of national interest.

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has almost certainly committed the most extensive spree of felonies by a congressperson in U.S. history. As a criminal, she also appears to be historically inept. Scores of verified items of evidence against her are in the public record. Omar has never challenged their authenticity and has never produced a single piece of evidence to support her version of events.

She faces a primary on Tuesday. She again won her party's endorsement. She again won House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's endorsement — and her funding.

The mainstream media judges this remarkable situation to be irrelevant to Minnesota voters, let alone the dominant concern. Editorial malpractice on issues of crime, justice, and the 2020 election spreads everywhere this summer; by no coincidence, the spread can be traced to irresponsible media coverage of a deadly riot in Rep. Omar's district.

Below are 32 new, verifiable, archived pieces of evidence of Omar's historic crime spree.

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Above: One of many Somali-language tributes to "Colonel Nur Said Elmi," Rep. Ilhan Omar's father, sent from around the world by family, friends, and contacts following his tragic June 2020 death from a COVID-19 infection. As a high-ranking officer in Somalia's (U.S.-backed) military from the 1970s until 1991, he was well known by this name and title.

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In mid-June, Ilhan Omar's father tragically died from a COVID-19 infection. Expressions of grief, condolences, and prayers arrived from around the world, but particularly from the Somali-speaking immigrant community of Minneapolis and from the U.K. By all accounts, he earned his reputation as a gentle, kind neighbor, well known and beloved within Cedar-Riverside, as he had been in Somalia.

Here's proof Ilhan Omar had the 'most extensive spree of felonies' by a congressperson EVER www.youtube.com

His relevance to Rep. Omar's landmark scandal is, of course, his birth name. Upon arriving in the United States in 1995, he claimed to be "Nur Omar Mohamed" and received a Social Security number with this name. However, all appeared to know him as Nur Said. He presented himself as Nur Said. Both Ilhan and her sister Sahra Noor referred to their father as Nur Said (prior to deleting the evidence). He is identified on-screen as "Nur Said, Ilhan's father" in the 2018 documentary film "Time for Ilhan" and again as "Nur Said" in the credits. Twice.

Most importantly, British citizen Leila Nur Said Elmi declared her father to be "Nur Said Elmi, military officer" on her 1997 marriage application. (Click the link to see the application and a photo of Leila Nur Said Elmi with both Ilhan and Nur Said.)

From 2009 until 2017, Ilhan Omar was married (by a Christian minister) to British citizen Ahmed Nur Said Elmi. Somali naming customs are patrilineal and do not use family surnames. For example, "Ahmed Nur Said Elmi" implies that Ahmed's father is "Nur," his grandfather is "Said," and his great-grandfather is "Elmi."

Also from 2009 until 2017, Ilhan Omar lived with, raised three kids with, and illegally filed multiple joint tax returns with a second man — not Ahmed Nur Said Elmi.

Just a couple months after marrying, Ilhan and her legal husband both enrolled at North Dakota State University and received federal financial aid. Married couples are not required to submit evidence of their respective parents' assets on FAFSA applications and thus likely receive much more favorable loan terms.

Almost certainly, Rep. Omar fraudulently married her brother, a British citizen, in the service of immigration fraud, education fraud, and federal student loan fraud. Along the way, she filed at least two years of fraudulent tax returns, and possibly eight. She lived in several different subsidized housing units during this time. She likely received subsidized health care and child care during this time. For eight years, every application she signed for state and federal aid was likely fraudulent. During her 2017 divorce from Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, Ilhan submitted a nine-question statement to the court signed under penalty of perjury. Literally — she signed just below the statement of acknowledgment. Eight of her nine answers appear to be perjurious. Each instance is punishable by up to five years' imprisonment.

The paperwork she signed for her successful 2016 run and two-year tenure as a Minnesota state representative may contain instances of perjury as well.

It appears that the media may be waiting for verifiable references to her father as "Nur Said Elmi" rather than "Nur Said." Logically, this should not be considered necessary, considering the following:

  1. Ilhan's father and her father-in-law would have been named "Nur Said."
  2. Only one "Nur Said" in the necessary age range appears in publicly available archives in either the U.S. or U.K.

However, here these references are. Below are dozens of new, verifiable, archived references to father as "Nur Said Elmi" from family, friends, and contacts. You will also find many new references to his daughter Leyla Nur Said Elmi, his son Mohamed Nur Said Elmi, and even to his son Ahmed Nur Said Elmi.

Further, you will find the first-ever public references as to why Ilhan's father was well known by this name. He is referred to as Colonel Nur Said Elmi, who led the U.S.-backed "54th reserve brigade in the 60th division" during the 1982 Ethiopian-Somali Border War. Colonel Nur is also said to have "led a regiment" in the 1977-1978 Ogaden War.


Note the mention of the children of "Nuur Siciid Cilmi," especially Mohamed Nur Dhay-Lule (Facebook address contains "mohamednursaid"), Layla, Sahra, and Ilhan Omar. The fifth child, Ahmed, is not mentioned.


Active link. Archived link. For For the above two, a professional translation was provided by a Somali/Arabic/English translator who worked in the Middle East with U.S. military:

Col. Nur Said Elmi, do you know him? He worked in Gedo region, he became the commander of a brigade several times, the most famous brigade was called the 54th reserve brigade in the 60th division, many men who died were part of that brigade Among them was Col Shire Mohamed Siyad Barre of the 54th reserve brigade in the 60th division 1982 in the district war when the Majeerten rebels invaded with the help of Ethiopia, the 54 reserve brigade was moved from 60th division of Bay region, in Burdaale village with all their equipment, then the commander of the 54 brigade was Col. Salad Diini from Sanaag region, Col. Nur Said Elmi was a social person, very funny and all the officers liked him… May god have mercy on the soul of Col Nur Said Elmi and give the parliament member [congresswoman] Ilwan patience and faith


It was the war that happen in Balanbale district, it was commanded by Col Salad Diini from Sanaag region who was killed there, the three who held the command, and the first one who died being Col Shire Mohamed Siyaad, Col Salad Diini, and Col Nuur Said Elmi, all died, I ask god to grant them the Fardowz Heaven


Note the mention of "Nuur Siciid Cilmi ex. Col. "XDS". "XDS" refers to the Somali military. Friends of this account include Nur Said and Mohamed Nur Dhay-Lule. Here's the active link. Here's the archived link.