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FEC Complaint Accuses Ilhan Omar of Breaking Law to Fund Alleged Affair  


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FEC Complaint Accuses Ilhan Omar of Breaking Law to Fund Alleged Affair

 

So the left can say they don't want to talk about their personal life and you're supposed to respect it? God I hope that 2nd guy was her brother, that would be SOOOOOOOOOOOOO awesome if she was actually shunned and deported for it all lol. It would be like the old days with banishment from a town. Put her on a donkey and send it off!

 

Federal campaign finance records show that Omar’s campaign has paid nearly $230,000 since 2018 to the E. Street Group, a political strategy firm of which the lawmaker’s alleged married lover, Tim Mynett, is a partner of

The National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC), the right-leaning non-profit group behind the complaint against Omar, alleges the timelines of the affair and travel payments overlap. As per FEC guidelines, lawmakers are forbidden from using campaign money for personal travel expenses unless the candidate pays the money back using their personal funds.

The far-left “Squad” member has been dogged by allegations that she committed U.S. immigration fraud by marrying another man, Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, who is accused of being her brother. Omar has repeatedly denied the claim.

In an interview with WCCO, Omar denied claims that she had an affair with Mynett and refused to address any aspect of her personal life.

“Are you separated from your husband? Are you dating somebody?” WCCO reporter Esme Murphy asked Omar.

“No, I am not,” she replied, before adding, “As I said yesterday, I have no interest in allowing the conversation about my personal life to continue and so I have no desire to discuss it.

  
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