Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has reportedly funneled another $150,000 into her alleged lover’s consulting agency, showing that the migrant Congresswoman is not shy about mixing business with pleasure.
Big League Politics has reported on Omar’s tawdry affair with Democratic political operative Tim Mynett. It was revealed in Mynett’s divorce documents that Omar served as a homewrecker of sorts, reportedly destroying Mynett’s marriage by being a Somali seductress:
Dr. Beth Mynett, 55, alleges that her husband, Tim Mynett, told her that he was cheating with Omar in April, and even issued a “shocking declaration of love” toward the Minneapolis Congresswoman before leaving his wife. The filings were submitted in Washington D.C. District Court on Tuesday.
“The parties physically separated on or about April 7, 2019, when Defendant told Plaintiff that he was romantically involved with and in love with another woman, Ilhan Omar,” according to the court papers.
Beth Mynett was allegedly “willing to fight for the marriage” and willing to forgive her husband even though he was unfaithful and dishonest toward her, but he was not reciprocal. He desperately wanted to run off with his Somali suitor.
Omar, 37, has paid Tim Mynett roughly $230,000 through his E. Street Group for a myriad of services including internet advertising, political consulting, digital media, and travel expenses since 2018. The far left “Squad” member is apparently not above mixing work with pleasure.
The New York Post reports that Omar has funneled an additional $146,712.63 into the E. Street Group since news of her affair with Mynett went public. Mynett has grown $370,000 richer because of his intimate access to Omar, as the far-left lawmaker adds a new dimension to the term “pay-to-play.”
“This is something every American should be very concerned about,” said Craig Holman, who works as the government affairs lobbyist at the watchdog group Public Citizen.
Holman believes that the lack of federal enforcement in Washington D.C. will ultimately allow Omar to get away with her scandalous behavior, at least for the time being.
“We have no election cop on the beat. The Federal Election Commission (FEC) essentially closed its doors so everyone knows they can pretty much do whatever they want to do and that’s the status of our political system today,” Holman said.
Nevertheless, the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC) has filed a complaint against Omar with the FEC. They want the feds to look into whether campaign funds were used by Mynett and Omar for personal reasons, as the pair has been seen together gallivanting throughout Washington D.C. on many occasions.
“Our question is whether this was necessary travel or whether she was just bringing her boyfriend along for the company,” NLPC chairman Peter Flaherty said in August.
Unfortunately for the NPLC, the FEC needs the Senate to appoint one more member to its board before it can start investigating violations of campaign finance law.
“We are willing to accept reports but we are not able to move forward with any investigatory matters,” FEC spokesman Christian Hilland said.
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