Radical Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar has come under fire several times since becoming a member of Congress one year ago.
Aside from making a slew of anti-Semitic and controversial comments, Omar has been accused of marrying her own brother to commit marriage, tax, and immigration fraud.
But she is likely sweating bullets after the FBI just made one huge announcement.
The Blaze reported on Wednesday that the FBI has taken further steps to advance its investigation into the allegations against Omar.
Two federal agencies, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Education, have allegedly been contacted by the FBI in matters related to alleged misconduct by Omar.
The development comes following Minnesota state Rep. Steve Drazkowski’s repeated calls and pleas for an ethics investigation into Omar.
Drazkowski and others have alleged that Omar’s 2009 marriage to a British citizen, who they claim was her brother, was entered into for fraudulent purposes.
Last year, Drazkowski called on the United States House Committee on Ethics to investigate Omar’s “sham marriage.”
“No one is above the law,” Drazkowski said during a press conference in July 2019. “We believe the House Ethics Committee can and should launch an investigation immediately.”
After nothing was done, Drazkowski filed a complaint against Omar with the Minnesota District of the Department of Justice.
The Minnesota lawmaker’s complaint prompted a U.S. attorney appointed by President Donald Trump to direct the FBI to take up the case.
The Blaze reports that in October 2019, the Department of Justice assigned an FBI Special Agent in Charge to review the allegations.
Investigators within ICE and the Department of Education have allegedly been put into contact with the FBI.
This is just one of many bombshells in recent months involving Omar and allegations that she has broken the law.
Omar has been accused of having an affair with Tim Mynett, a married man whose business has received hundreds of thousands of dollars from her political campaign.
Omar is still facing allegations that she married her own brother for the sole purpose of committing marriage, immigration, and tax fraud.
Other claims, perhaps not as credible or newsworthy, suggest Omar may be using a different name.
Before that, President Donald Trump and many others blasted Omar for describing 9/11 as “some people did something” rather than saying a group of al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four airplanes, ran two of them into the Twin Towers, and killed almost 3,000 Americans.
When Omar served as a state legislature in Minnesota in 2016, 9 Somali refugees were arrested and found guilty of attempting to travel to Syria to join ISIS.
Prior to sentencing, Omar wrote a letter to the judge overseeing the case and begged for leniency for the Islamic extremists.
Omar begged the judge in a letter to be “compassionate” to the would-be terrorists.
Omar can’t go a week without finding herself engulfed in another disturbing controversy.