June 10, 2024

Ilhan Omar and husband accused of fraud

Another politician has just been found being EXTREMELY dishonest behind the scenes, and wouldn't you know it, it's another member of the infamous "Squad" that's been terrorizing America for years now.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has had her fair share of scandals in New York, but it's not her.

Rashida Tlaib of Michigan has also been found to be in the wrong multiple times, but it's not her this time either.

This time, it's Representative Ilhan Omar from Minnesota.

These sickos have zero issues following the example that Joe Biden and his family have been setting for other liberals. Why would they practice integrity and honesty when they could benefit their friends and family at the expense of American taxpayers instead?

Jill Biden acted like she was a very noble stepmother for attending her criminal stepson's gun charges trial in the United States, but she used taxpayer money to fly back and forth from other continents in order to simply appear supportive.

America doesn't want to be paying for Jill Biden to fly back and forth to Hunter Biden's trial, and they don't want to be paying Ilhan Omar's husband either.

Unfortunately, that's exactly what has been happening with Omar, who has been revealed to be using her position of power to benefit her husband's business.

Her husband, Tim Mynett, and his consulting firm, apparently received about $3,000,000 from Omar's campaign in 2020.

Don Samuels is Omar's opponent in her upcoming Congressional race, and Don was NOT about to let the election come and go without this shady behavior being known to the public:

"When the funds are from a family source, especially when the family source of those funds comes from the public," Samuels said.

A decade ago, "the FBI investigated whether Samuels used his position on the Minneapolis City Council to funnel money to his wife’s non-profit," but Samuels explained that was a totally different scenario.

"It was based on no facts," Samuels claimed. "I was running for mayor and, evidently, somebody wanted to take me out."

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