Minnesota is now home to one of the largest Somali communities in the global diaspora, with an estimated 100,000 living in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. The Cedar-Riverside neighborhood is the center of the Somali community – and is fondly nicknamed “Little Mogadishu” – for its array of Somali-centered organizations, businesses, and mosques.
It won't happen that quick. The 2020 Census will not be in the books until late in the year at best. I expect there to be court challenges because Minnesota is projected to lose a seat, so re-apportioning her out will be fairly easy. But I think the timing would give her a shot at a third term in 2022. I think she will be voted out in a primary before then because she is a hard line Muslim. She will keep running her mouth to her own detriment.
I lived in Burnsville (it's to Minnehopeless as College Park is to Atlanta) for 3 years.
The average person in those areas never believed it "would come to all this". They walked around with their heads in la-la land and thought Al Franken was just a good guy trying his best to do a good job.
They're not very politically smart, collectively speaking, in that state.