I think #incestilhan needs to trend.
Ilhan Omar just deleted a tweet from 2013 that proves her real father has the same surname as the man she married in 2008
In this Father’s day tweet she identifies her father as Nur Said, which is the same last name of the man she married in 2008: Ahmed Nur Said.
So why did she suddenly delete this tweet? Because Imam of Peace discovered it and exposed it yesterday...
Just in case Omar’s allies suggest that this deleted tweet is a fabrication, the Internet Archive captured the tweet last year for all to see...
Source (Marriage timelines): https://nypost.com/2019/08/27/inside-ilhan-omars-tangled-web-of-relationships/
Source (Ilhan's name change): https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/07/18/powerline-blog-ilhan-omar-married-brother-asylum-false-name/
President Trump landed at Moffett Field in Mountain View on Tuesday for his first visit to the Bay Area since taking office, shortly after warning that San Francisco and other California cities were “destroying themselves” with homelessness. His four-hour stop on the Peninsula was a stealth visit, where even the people who paid thousands to attend a sold-out fundraiser for Trump’s re-election campaign were not told in advance where the event would be held. The visit also inspired dozens of political activists — as well as an inflatable infant effigy and giant chicken balloon — to gather in protest in the residential hills of Portola Valley.
Check out sfchronicle.com for more on Trump’s visit ~
President Donald Trump owns more than $122 million in personal real estate in the US and the West Indies, according to Forbes estimates.
From a NYC penthouse to a St. Martin beachfront estate, Trump has eight properties in his real-estate portfolio.
Even so, they make up just a fraction of his estimated $3.1 billion net worth
President Donald Trump is a real-estate mogul.
Not only does his company own more than $2 billion in real estate across New York City, Washington, DC, Chicago, San Francisco, and other major US cities, he also has more than $122 million in personal real estate along the Atlantic, according to Forbes estimates.
In June 2019, Trump sold his personal property out west, a 5,395-square-foot Tudor-style mansion in Beverly Hills, for $13.5 million....