If you think America-hating radical Somali Congressmuslim Ilhan Omar is a threat to the country, imagine what three more of her ilk will do if they are elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
DeplorableKel (h/t Amy M) Three more former Somali Muslim invaders are running in the special election for Minnesota House of Representatives, District 60A. The seat became vacant on November 16, 2019, after Diane Loeffler (D) died.
The Democratic primary election will be held on January 21, 2020, with three of the eleven candidates being former Somali refugees. The general special election will take place February 4, 2020. According to Ballotpedia, there are no Republican candidates running for this seat.(Probably because there are none living in that district)
If you are wondering where they are getting the funding, think CAIR & its close ties with foreign donors and George Soros.
Saciido Shaie came to the United States as a refugee from Somalia in 1992. (And she looks like she never left)
Mohamed Issa Barre came to the United States from Somalia in 1995.
Amal Ibrahim came to the United States as a refugee from Somalia in 1999.
A Minnesota Muslim State Representative filed letter supporting probation for Mohamed Noor, the Somali Muslim cop in Minneapolis who shot and killed an innocent white woman who was talking to his partner through the window of their patrol car.
Hassan is a Democratic member of the Minnesota House, representing District 62A. Hassan has been under fire in the past, for claiming that muslims are the real victims of the 9/11 terror attacks and for being sworn into office on a quran.
According to reports, Minnesota State Representative, Hodan Hassan, (photo above) was one of 44 Muslims to file letters with the court, in support of probation for killer cop Mohamed Noor.
Noor was a Minneapolis police officer, who shot and killed Justine Ruszczyk Damond, while on duty in July 2017. Damond called 911 because she heard a woman screaming in the ally and thought the woman was being raped. When officers arrived, Noor shot and killed Damond. Noor claimed that he shot Damond, because she startled him when she approached the police car in her pajamas.
In April 2019, Noor was convicted of murder and sentenced to just 12 1/2 years in prison.
According to reports, Minnesota State Representative, Hodan Hassan, asked the Judge to consider “Noor as a father, a sibling, a husband and a wonderful community member who have been a fine example of what a productive member of society looks like.”
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