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Mogadishu Mon Amour

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Posted By: Judy W., 7/21/2019 7:45:08 AM

The French movie Hiroshima Mon Amour is based on human memory and forgetfulness as recounted by two lovers. The tale of the congresswoman who calls herself Ilhan Omar is a tale of an anti-Semite bred-in-the-bone corruptocrat whose rise in political power rests very largely on complicity by the media’s airbrushing of her history because they thought this physically attractive African Moslem “refugee” was just the ticket to defeat Donald Trump. The media counts on our forgetfulness and ignorance.

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Good summary of the issue and a true portrait of the awful Omar.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Frenesi1 7/21/2019 8:29:40 AM (No. 129641)
The family that helped her lie should be investigated too. They were complicit
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Reply 2 - Posted by: sw penn 7/21/2019 8:48:44 AM (No. 129658)
So back in Somalia daddy trained butchers all day every day. In her rise to power in MN, did Omar use any of daddies intimidation or "persuasion" techniques?
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Reply 3 - Posted by: M2 7/21/2019 9:03:17 AM (No. 129679)
I contacted the White House this morning asking if her perjury will be prosecuted. More should do likewise.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Lawsy0 7/21/2019 9:08:28 AM (No. 129689)
Even Clarice notices the super powers of President Trump: FTA: ''Trump isn’t terribly adroit at governing, but he’s fairly adept at revealing his enemies’ hypocrisies and hatreds.'' Adept = Super power. Our Clarice has a lot more confidence in the FBI than have I, but I would rather she be right in this matter.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: JackBurton 7/21/2019 9:31:14 AM (No. 129709)
Must read. Not only has the full text of Trump's opening-salvo tweet, which is not in the least racist, but the best explanation of the lineage of Ilhan and her brother/husband. Where else will you see this?
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Reply 6 - Posted by: coldborezero 7/21/2019 9:57:47 AM (No. 129754)
Re#4: “Trump isn’t terribly adroit at governing, but he’s fairly adept at revealing his enemies’ hypocrisies and hatreds.'' That quote was not from Clarice; it was from Taki. I disagree. I think President Trump is doing an outstanding job of governing.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Highlander 7/21/2019 10:22:55 AM (No. 129782)
For all the shameful and scandalous free passes this Somalian gorgon has been granted for all her perjuries and felonies, it is no wonder she is entirely impudent and arrogant! The media and congress has been feeding this monster from the start.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: NotaBene 7/21/2019 11:44:51 AM (No. 129879)
Ilhan Elmi = Ilhan Omar who entered as a refugee under false pretenses through Chain Migration of a family that was not hers. She mocks those that decry al-Qaida or al-Shabaab. Married her own gay brother so he could attend college in the USA. Filed taxes jointly with another man she was married to according to Sharia law, then divorced him according to Sharia law to divorce her brother in 2017, after perjury again by saying she had not heard from him since 2011 and did not know where brother Elmi was. Father Elmi was a bad guy, high officer in the dictatorship of Barré who we were opposing and would not be admitted without a false identity. Muslims can lie freely to Christians and Jews according to the Koran. As for Hiroshima Mon Amour, be not afraid I will forget what Muslims did to our Nation. Each time I wait in line for the TSA inspections at airports I am reminded this is due to some people that did something to kill 3000 of ours at the Trade Center in 2001. I remember and do not forgive. Now they have taken over the Democrat-Socialists who fear them. Benjamins of the World, beware!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: JrSample 7/21/2019 12:26:43 PM (No. 129911)
I would invite everyone to take a look at her husband's facebook page: Ahemed Hirsi. (That is her current husband, not husband-brother who lives in London). You will see how they seem to have quite an affinity for "their country" of Somalia and have visited the current Somali President, President of Independent Somaliland, Puntland, Jubaland, and there is a picture of them meeting with President Erdogan of Turkey. Be sure to check out the charming picture of the happy couple complete with a quote by Thomas Sankara who was the Marxist revolutionary dictator of Burkina Faso. They admire him enough that there is a picture of Hirsi dressed up like him for Halloween. There are pictures from their recent trip to Mogadishu where Ilhan Omar endorsed the newly elected President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed (also a naturalized US citizen) and then a few days later her brother-in-law Mohamed Keynan was appointed to a Somali government post as assistant to the Prime Minister. This needs to be investigated.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Daisymay 7/21/2019 1:41:44 PM (No. 129977)
If you, or I, cheated on our Income taxes, entered the country unlawfully and married our Brother, then another man at the same time, we would be in JAIL! The FBI is supposed to investigate people who are in this country to do us harm. That perfectly describes Omar! She has wormed her way in to our CONGRESS for gosh sake! WHY isn't the FBI doing something about it! Christopher Wray is worthless!
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