Friday 16 October 2020

Minnesota Dem Candidate Blows The Lid Off Of Vote Buying Scheme In Ilhan Omar's District

 With the upcoming General election expected to be ultra-tight in several key states, including Minnesota, it’s no wonder why President Donald Trump and his campaign have continually warned the voting public that voter and ballot fraud could throw a nasty wrench into the gears come November 3.

According to The Blaze, another alarming voter fraud issue that is actively happening right now in several American cities is a vote buying scheme that, until recently, hasn’t garnered the media attention that it deserves. That’s probably because — from what reports do exist — it’s happening primarily on the left.

Case in point is the bombshell situation reported by Minnesota Democratic Party member Saciido Shaie — a Somali-American — who quickly found out that the dark, nasty side of politics is alive and well in the Land of 10,000 Lakes — and especially in Rep. Ilhan Omar’s 5th congressional district.

Earlier this year, Shaie — who has a long and impressive political resume given her many appointments in the state — uploaded an alarming video during a campaign run for Minneapolis City Council seat in Ward 6. While she didn’t suspend her campaign, she decided to divulge the reason why she would no longer resume door-to-door campaigning.

The reason why is shocking.

In the video, Shaie told the story of how when she arranged rides for Somali immigrants to be able to get to the local polling place to cast their vote, she was immediately told that, sure, they would vote for her — for the small sum of $200.

“Recently I sent a van from my campaign to give a ride to voters who promised to vote for my campaign, mostly older women, we picked up eight people. When the driver and the eight people arrived at the voting center the voters told the driver “na af garta” which means “sort us out.” So the driver called me and said this is what they are saying. I asked, “What does that mean?”

They responded, “It means our vote is worth $200 a person, we are being promised that amount, but because you are a nice young lady and we like you and how hard you are working, we will take $100 a vote instead.”

What I did was I instructed the driver to turn around and take them all back home.

I will only get my votes based on my qualifications, record, personality, and platform. I will not get involved in that. As long as they want money for a vote, tell them to go back to the people who promised them the $200, and vote for them.”

Shaie also made sure to point out that, at the core of the issue, it wasn’t necessarily their fault. These people, upon coming to the United States and living in the corruption-rich communities that they were taken to, were apparently under the impression that selling their vote was just another way to make money. In other words, they didn’t really understand that it was an egregious violation of federal law.

Fraud and corruption run deep in American-based Somali communities, especially in the realm of politics. Ultra-radical, progressive Minnesota Rep. Omar has done nothing to correct the situation and from many accounts, has only acted to make it worse.

Shaie issued a dire warning about the state of corruption in Minnesota Somali communities in her damning video.

“There are a lot of things ethically, culturally, and religiously that are not good for us and happening on the side of campaigns. A lot of people are doing things that eventually will bring a lot of problems for the Somali community. A lot of people are doing things that could possibly bring a lot of problems for the Somali community.

The reason being, what we have clearly seen, we have seen first of all the seniors are being confused about the time of the campaign, and how [voting] is supposed to be done in the traditional American system of voting.”

As previously mentioned, with an upcoming election that could literally be decided by a mere couple of thousand or even a couple of hundred votes, this situation needs to be investigated immediately and fraudulent actors, no matter how high up the political food chain, need to be held criminally accountable.

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