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Alleged Homewrecker Ilhan Omar Slapped With an FEC Complaint

(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Democrat Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, who regularly sympathizes with terrorists, has been hit with a new FEC complaint for allegedly reimbursing her lover's travel with campaign funds. 


That person is reported to be Tim Mynett, owner of the consulting firm E Street Group, LLC. 

"From August 9, 2018 to June 30, 2019, Ilhan for Congress reported disbursements totaling $222,838.36 to E Street Group, LLC. Another $7,000 was reported as disbursed to Tim Mynett on July 11, 2018," the National Legal and Policy Center wrote in a complaint filed Wednesday. "Among these disbursements, Ilhan for Congress reported eight disbursements to E Street Group, LLC totaling $21,546.94 for 'travel expenses.' None of the eight disbursements for 'travel expenses' was itemized...Federal Election Commission regulations require that campaigns that reimburse an individual for travel exceeding $500 must report the individual receiving the reimbursement as the payee, and report the payments aggregating over $200 to any one vendor as memo entries on Schedule B. Each memo entry must include the name and address of the vendor, as well as the date, amount and purpose of the payment."

"Ilhan for Congress did not report Tim Mynett as the payee, but reported as the payee his consulting firm, E Street Group, LLC. Nor did Ilhan for Congress report the vendors who received payments aggrating over $200 for Respondent Mynett's travel on Schedule B," the complaint continues. "Although Mynett's formal relationship with Rep. Omar's campaign began in July 2018, with the payment of $7000 directly to Mynett, the remibursements for Mynett's travel did not commence until April 2019, the same month that Dr. Mynett aglleges in her filing that he husband told her of the affair, and made a 'shocking declaration of love' for Rep. Omar." 


In a divorce filing, Tim Mynett's time is described by his wife as "more related to his affair with Rep. Omar than his actual work commitments."

Omar has been questioned about the affair and says she isn't interested in discussing her "personal life." 

Omar has also been accused of marrying her brother in order to get him a visa to the United States. This of course would be immigration fraud.

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