The Day Before Polls Open, Democrat Leader Exposed: Democratic National Committee Co-Chair Blasted With Yet Another Domestic Abuse Allegation

Elder Patriot – On Sunday news broke that U.S. Representative Keith Ellison, the Democratic primary for state attorney general in Minnesota, is facing allegations of domestic abuse and causing mental anguish to his one-time girlfriend Karen Monahan.

Now, as Minnesota Democrats head to the polls today to cast their votes for their next attorney general candidate, additional evidence has surfaced that Ellison is a habitual abuser.

Vox, a left-wing website is reporting:

This is not the first time Ellison has faced misconduct allegations. In 2006, a woman named Amy Alexandar claimed that Ellison ostracized her and smeared her name after having an extramarital affair with her in the 1990s and then again in the 2000s. In 2005, Ellison filed a restraining order against her after what he described as phone and email harassment. She subsequently tried to get a restraining order against him, which a judge denied, ordering her to stop repeating allegations of an affair or intimidation. Ellison subsequently agreed to dismiss his restraining order against her if she no longer contacted him.

There are also reports of the existence of a 911 tape substantiating those allegations.

As the Deputy Chairman of the DNC, Ellison is the highest ranking Muslim in the Democratic Party, and with the primary today, it appears Ellison is using that power to play out the clock.

Ellison’s spokesperson did not return a request for comment on those allegations.

The Democratic National Committee has not yet commented on the allegations against Ellison. His Minnesota attorney general primary race is on Tuesday.

Imagine that, the DNC backing a Muslim abuser.

Minnesotans would be wise to keep in mind reports that Keith Ellison had failed to disclose that a Muslim Brotherhood-founded group paid for him to travel to Mecca.

From the Washington Free Beacon:

The House Ethics Committee opened an investigation into Rep. Keith Ellison (D., Minn.) after he failed to disclose that a group founded by members of the Muslim Brotherhood paid for him to make a pilgrimage to the Islamic holy site of Mecca in Saudi Arabia.


Ellison has associated with the Muslim American Society, a Virginia-based group founded by Muslim Brotherhood members in 1993 to act as the “overt arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States,” according to federal prosecutors in 2007. The United Arab Emirates recently added the group to a list of terrorist organizations.

In 2008, the society paid for Ellison, a practicing Muslim, to make a 16-day pilgrimage, known as the hajj, to Mecca. He was joined on the trip by Asad Zaman, who sits on the board of the Muslim American Society’s Minnesota chapter. Zaman has contributed thousands of dollars to Ellison’s congressional runs, both before and after the Mecca trip.

Minnesotans as left to draw their own conclusions about Ellison’s ties to extremist groups because he sure isn’t talking about them.

As the 2018 elections approach, it is important to not that the Democratic Party has a number of candidates running who have disturbing affiliations with known Islamic terror groups.  

This signals a shift by Democrats away from their traditional base of working class Christian and Jewish voters, both of whom stand to be victimized by these candidates who support Sharia law.