Rep. Ilhan Omar, an ultra-left radical from Minnesota, has allegedly cut ties with her husbands political firm, but only after paying it close to $2.8 million.
That sounds a lot like writing an “I’m sorry” note to the bank after you rob it but still keeping the money.
Also, her husband is keeping the money.
According to Breitbart News, Omar’s “campaign had a lucrative contract with E Street Group LLC, which is owned by Tim Mynett, Omar’s current husband:”
Federal Election Commission (FEC) data showed that her campaign reported paying the group more than $1.6 million between the beginning of 2019 to July 22, 2020.
This was on top of another $1.1 million payout in the third quarter alone.
But the payments prompted the National Legal and Policy Center to file a complaint with the FEC alleging that Omar’s campaign had illegally used campaign money to pay for Mynett’s personal travel.
The FEC has not publicly acted on the complaint.
To read more about Omar’s family business, click here.