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Exclusive: Minnesota Democratic candidate alleges outright vote buying by Minnesota Democrats: 'worse than Somalia'


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The Blaze

David Steinberg

Oct. 15 2020

A few thousand votes in swing-state Minnesota may decide November's presidential election. In this crucial swing state, one Democratic candidate came forward in July, in a largely unnoticed and untranslated video, to allege that the state's DFL machine was buying votes in Minneapolis' Somali-American community.

In recent years, multiple Somali-Americans living in Minneapolis-St. Paul have come forward to describe vote-buying, ballot-harvesting, and intimidation operations of historic scope in the Democratic Party-controlled area. Some have brought evidence to state and federal law enforcement, though little action has been taken. These whistleblowers explicitly name Rep. Ilhan Omar, her campaign director Ali Isse, and other Democratic Party members as being involved.


On July 6, Saciido Shaie released a 15-minute video of herself speaking in Somali. She announced that she was not suspending her campaign — but she would no longer be campaigning door-to-door.

She spoke about how upset she was by how many voters she encountered who expected her to pay $200 for a vote.

She was angry that local Democrats had taken advantage of so many elderly Somali-American refugees, who, she said, sincerely do not know that vote-buying is a serious federal crime in the United States.

Shaie also specifically described two incidents she had witnessed.



Oct 15 2020

Investigative reporter David Steinberg has been following alleged corruption from Congresswoman Ilhan Omar for over a year now. But his latest story exposes her entire political party — the Minneapolis DFL — for not only intimidating senior citizen voters but for BUYING their votes as well. Steinberg details to Glenn the story, which begins with a far-left, progressive “patriot” calling out Democrats in her city. She likely has NOTHING in common with Glenn’s views on politics or policy OTHER than her shared desire to retain America’s free and fair elections. Because, if true, just a few thousand manipulated votes from Somali-Americans in Minneapolis potentially could swing the entire presidential election.

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