Ilhan Omar’s Challenger Rips Her For Fanning Flames Of “Riot And Chaos” And Putting Minnesota Cops At Risk
Chris Kelley is an Iraq war vet and a current police officer in Minnesota and he is challenging Ilhan Omar in 2020.
Look, Omar has disgraced the office with her antics and Minnesota is not a radical state, in fact, Trump almost won it in 2016.
Compound that with the rumors that will not die, because the evidence continues to mount, that she married her brother, and it is not good news for Omar.
Lastly, now that Ilhan has basically admitted she had an extra-marital affair – a big no-no in her community and Ilhan Omar is on shaky ground.
A good challenger can beat her and Kelley aims to do just that. He went on Fox News and dropped the hammer calling her an “absentee landlord” before saying the people were tired of her.
“Just everybody else I come in contact with patrolling the streets every day, Minnesotans have not been satisfied with the job she’s done to represent the state since she was elected in 2018.”
“She’s traveling the world. She’s fighting the president on Twitter. She’s not doing anything in the district. And, I can say firsthand, the homelessness, the opioid problems, and other issues aren’t improving,” said Kelley.
“You’re going to have a lot of people coming out, and I think we have an excellent chance of coming out on top,” he added.
“Both Mayor Jacob Frey and Ilhan Omar are speaking against the president coming here today and I think that will embolden certain groups to come out and to try and cause problems,” Kelley explained.
Kelley continued: “The citizens do not deserve a disruptive environment. Or, the attendees do not. they should be able to come and enjoy the rally, and come and go without being hindered by anybody. So, it’s a concern.”
“It is frustrating,” Kelley said. “We should welcome any sitting president coming here. We’ve welcomed other presidents with open arms and now because there’s a disagreement or we have a president across a different aisle, there’s an issue here. So, I believe we should disagree with dignity.”