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David Steinberg: “I Will Confirm Ilhan Omar’s Fraudulent Marriage” – Third Rail Talk thirdrailtalk.com

David Steinberg: “I Will Confirm Ilhan Omar’s Fraudulent Marriage”

Despite the laudable, bipartisan condemnation of her Jew-hatred, I don’t think the country is aware of — and sufficiently angry about — what certain people did to usher Ilhan Omar into Congress these past 3 years.

Worse, it’s clear that these folks are going to KEEP making the same amoral calculations about her despite her character now being clear for all to see.

For 3 years, MN Democrats, MN media, and yes, a politicized MN DOJ office have weighed the false, if politically heaven-sent, image of Ilhan Omar against the truth of her bad-as-it-gets individual character. In cowardice, they chose the lie. And they aren’t going to stop now.

It’s not just about anti-Semitism.

Everyone, please read all the articles linked below in one sitting, and please keep one question in mind: “Can I think of a rational, innocent explanation for all of this evidence?” Then consider that the MN Democrats, media, and DOJ ignored it all. And are continuing to do so.

For 3 years, the Star Tribune ignored the work of reporters Preya Samsundar, Scott Johnson, and myself on Ilhan Omar’s disturbing past. Ignored our emails offering new evidence.

Now, Ilhan Omar is a national disgrace. Globally, anti-Semites are emboldened. We warned them. None of this would have happened if the Star Tribune, afraid of a PC mob, had not withheld the facts from local voters.

Covering their tracks, tonight the Star Tribune published a piece duplicating work we already did. Our leads, our research. Did they credit us?

No. We are just unnamed “conservative activists.”

We are not activists. We are reporters; they are frauds. They owe us, MN voters, and the global Jewish community an apology. Additionally, their article failed to confirm, or even mention, far more of our work, despite us being able to confirm all that we published.

The Star Tribune also, inexplicably, failed to put two facts together on a bombshell development mentioned in their article appears to have been deliberately vague; I can only surmise that the paper is still covering for Omar.

They write: “Social media posts indicate [Ahmed Nur Said] Elmi is in Africa.” They also write: “[Ilhan’s sister Sahra Noor] currently runs her own health care consultancy in Kenya.” But Elmi’s posts and Noor’s company are clear about a specific location.

Elmi’s posts show he has lived in Nairobi, Kenya since between 12/21/18 and 1/14/19. And Noor’s company is clearly located in Nairobi, not just somewhere in “Kenya.” Further, it’s provable Elmi has been working for Noor, apparently helping out with her company website.

Look for yourself: Visit https://www.gritpartnersconsulting.com/whoweare , then view the page’s source code. You will see that Elmi was logged into his personal Instagram account while he was creating the link to Noor’s company Instagram account. There is no reasonable explanation for this code to exist besides Elmi working for Noor.

And that’s a bombshell: In 2017, Ilhan Omar swore, under penalty of perjury while divorcing Elmi, that she had zero contact with him since 2011 — and no clue how to find him.

Just 1 year later, Elmi, having just been divorced without being served, leaves London to work for his ex-wife’s sister in Nairobi? It’s absurd. Yet the Star Tribune chose to not even report Elmi and Noor were both living in Nairobi.

As for what’s next: the Star Tribuneis wasting its time seeking Omar’s immigration documents. The documents reveal irregularities — such as two sisters born only two months apart — but will not provide proof of a fraudulent marriage.

I will confirm here that I have identified other documentation that, according to sources and additional evidence, will confirm the fraudulent marriage. An attorney is currently assisting me in attempting to obtain them legally.

In the following week or so I expect to either have the documents and be publishing them, or will be publishing the information I obtained that led me to seek them. I believe this supporting evidence already places the case beyond a reasonable doubt, and look forward to asking Ilhan Omar for a comment.

David Steinberg, PJ Media
“From 2009 to 2019, I’ve worked as an editor and investigator with PJ MEDIA — one of the original “new media” outlets that took on the journalism industry’s culture of bias. It is an honor to watch this thrilling American media movement grow. Independent journalism lets reporters cover what you are asking about — not what politicians and activists want to tell you. With independence, we get to follow our intuition. We spot stories months and years ahead of mainstream media.”

Support David’s work at: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-david-steinberg039s-investigative-journalism

[The above article is a compilation of Twitter threads published by David Steinberg on his official Twitter account.]








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