So someone doesn't like her voting and/or her association w/ the Somali president, but it would all be ok if she didn't have Somali citizenship?
I don't see your point.
Whether she is a Somali citizen or not wouldn’t matter.
It’s a politicians actions and agenda. I think very few people are familiar with the kaizen principle or ever notice its application.
Have you ever looked at the news stories, only reported on locally, in Minnesota, or northeast where their are large blocks of refugees?
One park in northeast people are afraid to go to because of refugee children claiming park as theirs running others out?
Children of all ages beating people with sticks and their mothers not stopping them?
Doubtful because it’s not politically correct, and they get removed from new sites fairly quick.
Or one from Minnesota during one of their festivals claiming it is their town now? I watched the video on local television channel before it was removed.
Fights if people get in their way?
“Eyewitness accounts actually state that about 100 **** were jumping fences, spitting on people, stealing, and assaulting people en masse…..but videos, comments, and posts pertaining to those details are being actively scrubbed“
Later news starts calling them individuals.
WCCO Minnesota reported police had to evacuate valleyfair as they were unable to contain the situation.
Can probably find the story in newspaper up there.
ETA: it’s not a one-off occurrence. There are several incidents.
Does it make more sense now about people being in office with skewed loyalty?