In a Newly discovered official documents released on Sunday morning suggest that Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) lived with her current husband Ahmed Abdisalan Hirsi during the entire time that she was legally married to Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, the man that critics allege is her brother
The Washington Examiner reportsthat Omar tells her martial history the following way:2002: Omar married Hirsi in a faith ceremony, but never legally married.2008: Omar and Hirsi “ decided to end our relationship in our faith tradition.”Early 2009: Omar legally married Elmi.
2011: Omar and Elmi religiously divorced.2011: Omar and Hirsi reconciled.
2017: Omar and Elmi belatedly obtained a legal divorce.
2018: Omar and Hirsi legally married
Moreover, Rep. Omar’s timeline of events appears to conflict with newly uncovered documents from The Washington Examiner’s Tiana Lowe, who notes that the evidence suggests that Omar has always been in a marital relationship with Hirsi,
even when she was married to Elmi.The Washington Examiner reports:Public documents, for instance, place Hirsi and Omar living in a home together in the Cedar Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis in 2009, the year Elmi and Omar married, and two years before Omar claims she reconciled with Hirsi.
In legal documents, including 24 traffic violations and misdemeanor charges against Hirsi obtained by the Washington Examiner, Hirsi listed his address at a single Cedar Riverside address consistently in 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011.
Four minor cases against Omar show that in 2007, 2009, and 2012, she listed her address at the same Cedar Riverside address.Specifically, local courts listed this address for both Omar and Hirsi in separate traffic violations in mid-2009, the year Omar and Elmi married.
Questions about Omar’s multiple marriages, and whether she married her alleged brother, surfaced again this month after an investigation found that she illegally used campaign funds in 2016 and 2017 and thus violated campaign finance laws. During the first week of June,
the Star Tribune reported:The Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board has ordered U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar to personally reimburse her own campaign account $3,469.23 and to pay a civil penalty of $500 for violating state campaign finance rules dating to her time as a member of the state House.
The amount that the Minnesota Democrat must repay represents what the board determined is the total amount of campaign funds that Omar used in 2016 and 2017 for purposes not permitted by state law.
That includes a payment of $1,500 to a law firm that, her lawyer testified, was related to some corrections made to her personal tax returns that were discovered as part of an inquiry into her financial records by a “crisis committee.
” That committee was set up to respond to never-proven allegations that Omar had married her own brother as part of an “immigration scheme,” in the words of the board’s report on the matter