Model Chicago Citizen is convicted terrorist

One of Chicago’s model Liberal citizens has been found to be a terrorist.

As it turns out, anti-Semitic bombers of a Jerusalem supermarket that killed two college students is not credentials for a Nobel Peace Prize…yet!

Rasmieh Odeh is a convicted Palestinian terrorist and believe it or not, a naturalized American citizen.

And if her credentials couldn’t get any better for being a card-carrying Liberal, it turns out that Odeh is a member of US designated terrorist group, Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Associate Director to Arab American Action Network (AAAN).

Oh, and if you really want a good laugh to go with this hypocrisy, Odeh is an Obamacare navigator.

Good job, model citizen, but apparently she hacked off the wrong Chicago power broker.

When filling out the US VISA application, and later the US Citizenship application, Odeh lied, checking the “no” box regarding prior-imprisonment/terrorism.  She was in fact a terrorist, as explained earlier.

DOJ has finally taken her to court for immigration fraud on her applications and wants to renege her citizenship.

Besides her employer and 124 feminist academics, Odeh is supported by terrorist-connected Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). Also in her camp American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) and the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee.

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Odeh has a total of four aliases, though AAAN referred to her as Rasmea Yousef in 2013, before her indictment, but Rasmieh Odeh, subsequently. Odeh has not denied involvement in the murders, or her ten years of imprisonment.  The latter was supposed to be a life sentence, but she was suddenly released in 1979, during Jimmy Carter’s presidency.