Ilhan Omar is not someone to be trusted.
She seems like the type of person that if you gave her the choice of telling like for fifty dollars or telling the truth for three hundred she would take the lie every single time.
She’s just not a good person and every action she takes shows.
The people of her state need to vote her out as soon as possible. Thankfully, they might have that chance and the person to take her place.
One huge problem in getting rid of Ilhan Omar as a Congresswoman is the large refugee population in Minnesota’s 5th District.
Well, Omar must be really freaking out now. There’s a newcomer to the race. She is an Iraqi refugee who became an American citizen, and to top it off, she is a big supporter of President Donald Trump. She loves America so much and sees Ilhan Omar as a danger that must be stopped. Don’t miss this.
Dalia al-Aqidi is taking on Ilhan Omar head-on. She’s an Iraqi refugee who came to Minnesota to escape the Sadaam Hussien regime. Dalia also has real qualifications to be a United States Congresswoman. Unlike Omar, she loves America and believes it is the greatest nation on earth.
She also has an impressive resume with 31 years as a real news correspondent.
Dalia al-Aqidi explained that in a race between the two of them, Omar would be limited in using her background as a Muslim woman who came to the U.S. as a refugee from Somalia to distinguish them — because they are “basically the same” in that backstory, she said.
But what caught the attention of so many Trump supporters was her new campaign video:
Omar needs to be stopped, says Dalia al-Aqidi, who will be running as a Republican.
Al-Aqidi, who discussed her newly launched campaign in an interview with Fox News, joins a growing field of Republicans looking to take on Omar. “She needs to be stopped,” al-Aqidi told Fox News in a phone interview. “I truly believe that I’m strong enough to beat her at her own game.”
“Muslims, Christians, Jews are all Americans,” she said, while going on to blast Omar’s past comments that have been labeled anti-Semitic.
“Every time she opens her mouth she says something either anti-U.S. or anti-Semitic,” al-Aqidi said.
Al-Aqidi also alleged that Omar is more interested in raising her own political profile than helping her constituents.
“I am loyal to the country that gave me a chance, gave me a brighter future,” she said, claiming that Omar “continually tries to weaken the country and divide us.”
Omar’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment on al-Aqidi’s candidacy and accusations.