HomeNews WireBREAKING NEWS: FBI, ICE and Dept of Education Now Investigating Ilhan Omar on Crime Spree Editor January 20, 2020 Rep. Ilhan Omar has been one of the worst people to set foot into the House of Representatives ever. She hates America, she hates Israel, she hates anyone who doesn't agree with her, but she's no angel. There has been a LOT of controversy over the past year for Omar and now a lot of damning evidence is piling up against her. Now it seems like something is finally going to be done about it. Maybe it's actually been under wraps and she's been under investigation for a while. At least 3 separate government agencies (the FBI, ICE, and Department of Education) are now investigating Omar. She has been the subject of many scandals lately which include defrauding U.S. immigration, tax fraud, identity fraud, and having an affair with a married man. David Steinberg updated us on the situation: BIG Ilhan Omar update: Federal investigators finally seem to be reviewing the overwhelming evidence against @IlhanMN And at least THREE agencies are considering her case: 1. The @FBI 2. The DofEd. Inspector General, 3. … And @ICEgov BIG Ilhan Omar update: Federal investigators finally seem to be reviewing the overwhelming evidence against @IlhanMN. And at least THREE agencies are considering her case: 1. The @FBI,2. The DofEd. Inspector General,3. … And @ICEgov. (1/x) — David Steinberg (@realDSteinberg) January 16, 2020 According to The Blaze, Minnesota state Rep. Steve Drazkowski (R) had previously filed a complaint on the matter with the Minnesota District of the Department of Justice. That office — headed by U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald, a 2018 Donald Trump appointee — directed the FBI to review the complaint. An FBI SAC formally met with Rep. Drazkowski, and others, in mid-October to receive a prepared file of evidence and related information. I can confirm that the FBI has taken additional steps since this October meeting. In October, the FBI SAC stated that the wide range of criminal activity suggested by the evidence against Rep. Omar may lead the FBI to expand the review to other federal departments. In such situations, the SAC continued, the FBI often acts as a hub — sharing evidence, or coordinating a joint investigation, with several other investigative agencies.