Everybody Must Get Stoned – Except Ilhan Omar, by Robert Spencer.
“Everybody must get stoned,” Bob Dylan said, but despite the fact that she has been accused of committing an offense for which Islamic law prescribes stoning, the one person to whom Dylan’s words do not apply is Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.). Even the most hardline Muslim clerics worldwide are almost certain to remain silent about Omar’s alleged adultery, even in her home country of Somalia. The reason why is clear: she is simply too useful to their larger cause.
Roger L. Simon noted Tuesday that “going back to Somalia would definitely spell big trouble for Omar….To wit: ‘Somalia’s Islamist group al-Shabaab has publicly stoned a woman to death in a town in the south for cheating on her husband, an official told Reuters.’”
Simon is right: Omar is on extremely thin ice, Shariawise. …
At this point, Ilhan Omar is simply too valuable to too many people to be sacrificed. To the Left, she is a symbol of their rejection of President Trump’s “Islamophobia” and their commitment to “diversity” and “inclusion,” especially of “women of color.”
That leads them to downplay or overlook altogether the massive amount of evidence … that Omar entered into a sham marriage with her brother in 2009 in order to commit immigration fraud. And to Sharia supremacists, Omar is too valuable as a sign of growing Muslim involvement in American politics, and of the acceptance of Sharia adherence in the American public square, to be denounced.
This effectively gives Ilhan Omar a free pass to do pretty much anything she wants. Omar has joined the Clintons and their cronies in the new protected class in America, made up of people who are above the law, any law, because their importance, power and influence overrides all other considerations.
Did Ilhan Omar’s Campaign Funds Mostly Go Toward Her Alleged Affair? By Katie Pavlich.
Yesterday the New York Post reported that Congresswoman Ilhan Omar is having an affair with Democratic strategist Tim Mynett. The allegation was made in divorce papers filed by his wife. …
It turns out Mynett’s firm was funneled a boat load of Omar’s campaign cash. He was paid more than $200,000 for consulting and the campaign reimbursed at least $21,000 for his personal travel. That travel wasn’t properly reported or itemized. …
According to the divorce filing, Mynett’s “more recent travel and long work hours now appear to be more related to his affair with Rep. Omar than his actual work commitments.”
If your country does not control who comes in and lives there, it’s not really a country, is it?