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Revealed: Omar Admits She Ran for Office So Government Would Eliminate Her Student Debt

When Democrats are honest with themselves and the American public, the truth is revealed.

That seems like a relatively obvious statement.

But check out the pretty decent sized bombshell freshman Democrat Ilhan Omar dropped recently…

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Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) revealed earlier in September that a major reason why she decided to run for Congress was to help pass legislation that would eliminate her own student debt burden.

“I am one of 45 million [Americans who owe student debt] and it has been part of my journey and one of the reasons that drove me to run for office,” Omar said while appearing on a BET News Town Hall. “I also have a daughter — not only do I have student debt, but I have a daughter that is going to college in two years and so the realness of this burden that we all feel shackled with has been real for me.”

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Omar introduced legislation in June that would cancel upwards of $1.6 trillion in student debt, forgiving outstanding federal and private student loans. If passed, the Student Debt Cancellation Act of 2019 is estimated to cost taxpayers $2.2 trillion over a decade.

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Upon returning to Minneapolis after getting together with “the squad” to blast President Trump for being racist die to his “go back” tweets, Ilhan said Somalia was her country.

Hmmm…

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