Ilhan’s been catching scrutiny from all sides lately, between her alleged affair, disgusting comments about the attacks on 9/11, and more.
The latest issue is disturbing, to say the least. Law enforcement officials in Rep Ilhan Omar’s (D-MN) 14th Congressional District have arrested over 12 suspects in correllation to a possible crime ring. The 12 men are seen in a security video beating a man.
More from the DailyWire:
“According to a report provided by Minneapolis police spokesperson John Elder, a three-day sweep conducted two weeks ago ended with police arresting 16 people between the ages of 13 and 25,” KSTP reported. “The suspects are seen on surveillance video punching, kicking and riding over one man with a bike.”
“One of the incidents happened on Aug. 3 near Target Field. According to the criminal complaint, the footage shows approximately 12 males attempting to take a cellphone from a male victim, viciously beating him,” KSTP continued. “The suspects are seen ripping the victim’s shoes and pants off and then going through his pockets. The victim is noted to be punched and kicked in the head several times throughout the altercation. At one point, the complaint states the victim is thrown to the ground — left motionless — then repeatedly jumped on, hit with planting pots and ridden over with a bicycle. Once the police arrive, the victim and all suspects involved are gone.”
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) September 13, 2019
KSTP, which noted that all the suspects had their bail set at $100,000 each, added that robbery has surged by 46% in downtown Minneapolis compared to 2018.
Earlier this year, Fox News reported that new FBI statistics have found that Omar’s congressional district is the terrorist recruitment capital of the United States.
“More men and boys from a Somali American community in Minneapolis have joined – or attempted to join – a foreign terrorist organization over the last 12 years than any other jurisdiction in the country,” Fox News reported. “FBI stats show 45 Somalis left to join the ranks of either the Somalia-based Islamic insurgency al-Shabab, or the Iraq- and Syria-based ISIS combined. And as of 2018, a dozen more had been arrested with the intention of leaving to support ISIS. Both numbers are far higher than those of alleged terrorist wannabes who left or attempted to leave the country from other areas in the country where Muslim refugees have been resettled.”