Ep 445 | Investigate Ilhan! She’s ‘Credibly Accused’ of Marrying Her Brother!

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How can the Left and mainstream media continue to ignore the credible evidence that Rep. Ilhan Omar married her brother in a scheme to commit immigration fraud? This bizarre tale is long and complicated, but Miller lays it out plainly. Why is every little thing about Donald Trump worth a full investigation, but Ilhan Omar is beyond reproach? Miller has some theories.
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Find out what the mainstream media ISN’T telling you about the Trump administration. BlazeTV White House correspondent Jon Miller braves The Washington Hit Squad to cut through the fake news.

About Jon Miller:

Jon Miller is the host of "The White House Brief” on BlazeTV. He previously worked for Fox News, TheBlaze, and Mercury Radio Arts.

In his time in media, Jon has actively fought against leftist bias and attacks against black conservatives like himself.

Raised in a non-political household that valued a strong work ethic and individual responsibility, Miller was first introduced to conservatism by reading Whittaker Chambers, Friedrich Hayek, Russell Kirk, William F. Buckley Jr., Barry Goldwater, and Edmund Burke.

While attending Columbia University, he joined the College Republicans, but found them to be “too liberal” and then worked as an assistant for Glenn Beck at Fox News.

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