October surprises about Ilhan Omar are surfacing at a rapid rate. The most recent one pertains to a previously unreported 2013 arrest. Police gave Omar numerous opportunities to comply with their lawful request, but instead she remained “defiant” and “argumentative”. Out of a crowd of 60-80 people, she was the only individual behaving in such a manner that an arrest was necessary.

The official police report states:

“Omar was booked at [Hennepin County Jail] as I felt it was likely that she would fail to respond to a citation and she also demonstrated that she was going to continue her criminal behavior,”

Combine this new information with her repeated campaign finance violations, and it seems we have a U.S. Congressional candidate who wants to make laws, but not necessarily follow them.

External References and Sources

Continue your search for truth by following the external links to news articles and other sources below.

Ilhan Omar Arrested in 2013 For Trespassing, Booked At Hennepin County Jail

AP News – Article detailing controversy surrounding Ilhan Omar

The Star Tribune – Fifth District voters deserve a fuller response to travel expense accusations

Minnesota Legislature – with Rep. Omar Campaign Committee Now Under Formal Investigation By Minnesota Campaign Finance Board, Drazkowski Files New Complaint

Steve Drazkowski interview on WCCO about Ilhan Omar’s Violations

Alpha News Ethics Violations Haunt Ilhan Omar

AP News Omar will return speaking fees after ethical questions

PJ Media Perjury Evidence Covered Up by Minnesota Media

PJ Media Using Campaign Funds to Divorce Her Alleged Brother

Minnesota Star Tribune Controversy Surrounding Ilhan Omar’s use of Campaign Funds to Divorce Her Alleged Brother

Alpha News More House Ethics Violations for Ilhan Omar

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