Radical Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar has come under fire several times since becoming a member on Congress in January.
Aside from making a slew of anti-Semitic and controversial comments, Omar has been accused of marrying her own brother to commit fraud.
Now, allegations have been levied that Omar is having an affair with Tim Mynett, a married man who works closely with her campaign.
An FEC complaint filed by the conservative National Legal and Policy Center alleges that Omar could be facing felony charges if the payments to Mynett’s company were illegal or done improperly.
According to the Daily Mail, the Federal Elections Commission is slated to investigate $369,000 of payments made to Mynett.
Omar is reportedly having an affair with Mynett, a married man whose business has received over hundreds of thousands of dollars from Omar’s campaign.
“If Ilhan for Congress reimbursed Mynett’s LLC for travel so that Rep. Omar would have the benefit of Mynett’s romantic companionship, the expenditure must be considered personal in nature,” the complaint stated.
The FEC is being asked to sort out whether Omar took her lover on trips paid for by her campaign.
“Peter Flaherty, chairman of the conservative National Legal and Policy Center last month filed an amended version of a complaint he had lodged earlier into Omar’s campaign spending, following DailyMail’s revelation she was having an affair with her finance chief Tim Mynett,” the Daily Mail reported.
Flaherty has asked the FEC to investigate the payments that Omar’s campaign has made to Mynett’s company, The E Street Group.
“If Ilhan for Congress reimbursed Mynett’s LLC for travel so that Rep. Omar would have the benefit of Mynett’s romantic companionship, the expenditure must be considered personal in nature,” Flaherty wrote.
“Federal Election Commission regulations prohibit the use of campaign funds for personal expenses collateral to travel…unless personal funds are used to reimburse the committee,” he added.
NLPC investigator Tom Anderson said this could result in “possible felony charges,” adding:
“We believe Representative Ilhan Omar may have touched the third rail of campaign finance law: disbursing campaign funds for personal use. It’s a brazen act Representative Omar was caught doing before in Minnesota and all of the evidence we’ve seen tells us she’s probably doing it again.”
It’s not shocking or out of the ordinary for someone, even a lawmaker, to date someone.
What is unusual is that Omar just finalized her divorce around Nov. 7 to second husband, has been accused of marrying her brother, and is now allegedly dating a married man while all of this is going on.
Omar is still facing allegations that she married her own brother for the sole purpose of committing marriage, immigration, and tax fraud.
New allegations also emerged recently that Omar may be using a different name.
Before that, President Trump and many others blasted Omar for describing 9/11 as “some people did something” rather than saying a group of al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four airplanes, ran two of them into the Twin Towers, and killed almost 3,000 Americans.
When Omar served as a state legislature in Minnesota in 2016, 9 Somali refugees were arrested and found guilty of attempting to travel to Syria to join ISIS.
Prior to sentencing, Omar wrote a letter to the judge overseeing the case and begged for leniency for the Islamic extremists.
Omar begged the judge in a letter to be “compassionate” to the would-be terrorists.
Omar can’t go a week without finding herself engulfed in another disturbing controversy.