Ilhan Omar May Have Broken Rules by Funneling Campaign Money to Her Lover
Oops she did it again. Ilhan Omar is racing for the biggest skank award in politics, a high honor when looking at the contenders. As it turns out, Ilhan Omar may have done more than broken a few hearts with her recent sleazy affair, she may have broken the law. From The Daily Caller:
Omar’s campaign has disbursed $223,000 to Tim Mynett’s company, E. Street Group, LLC, from August 2018 through June 2019, mostly for fundraising consulting, FEC records show. But on April 1, her campaign began making payments to E. Street Group for “travel expenses.”
Which means there's a little too much overlap for legal comfort. Those travel expenses were either "for the campaign" or for booty calls. I'm sure that's not the proper legal jargon to describe Omar and Mynett's sexy hookups, but I've never once claimed to be a lawyer. I just want to know how these two texted one another. What kid of emojis does Ilhan use to signal it's business time?
“If Ilhan for Congress reimbursed Mynett’s LLC for travel so that Rep. Omar would have the benefit of Mynett’s romantic companionship, the expenditures must be considered personal in nature,” NLPC said in its complaint.
If Omar wants to break the sanctity of her marriage bed and the marriage bed of Beth and Tim Mynett, she needs to do so on her own dime. If it's her body, her choice, her skankiness, it needs to be her money. The law is pretty clear on this point.
What's also clear is the privilege Omar thinks she has: Muslim woman of color. Based on how she's responded to other critiques of her questionable ethics, motivations and policies, Omar is just going to accuse anyone who has a problem with her of "Islmophibic racist sexism." When really, Omar is breaking the law while skanky.