Ilhan Omar has been married to two different men since arriving in the United States.
Not only that, but there are indications that one of them is her own brother.
And now Ilhan Omar is caught in another massive sex scandal that will be her end.
On top of getting into a lot of trouble over anti-Semitic comments, Ilhan Omar has been in trouble with the IRS and the Federal Election Commission.
So to say that her first term in Congress has been scandal-ridden is an understatement.
And now things are getting even worse for the Muslim Congresswoman.
Despite being married to two different men since being in the United States, it appears that Omar now has a third lover.
There are allegations that she is in a relationship with Tim Mynett, a Democrat consultant that has received $223,000 from Omar’s campaign.
According to divorce papers, Mynett confessed to his wife that he was “romantically involved with and in love with” Omar during their marriage.
But that isn’t even the worst part of this affair.
A complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) alleges that Omar used campaign funds to pursue the affair.
The $229,000 sent to Mynett went to his company, E. Street Group, LLC for fundraising consulting from August 2018 through June 2019.
But according to FEC records, payments began appearing as “travel expenses” on April 1st.
The April 1st date is especially important because Mynett allegedly admitted to the affair less than a week later on April 7.
Mynett’s wife, Beth, alleges that her husband’s “more recent travel and long work hours now appear to be more related to his affair with Rep. Omar than with his actual work commitments.”
In total, Omar spent $21,547 to cover travel expenses for E. Street Group during the months of April, May, and June.
National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC), who filed the FEC complaint, cites the timing of the contributions as evidence that the funds were being misused.
“If Ilhan for Congress reimbursed Mynett’s LLC for travel so that Rep. Omar would have the benefit of Mynett’s romantic companionship, the expenditures must be considered personal in nature,” NLPC said in its complaint.
The FEC prohibits the use of campaign funds for personal travel unless the candidate personally reimburses the campaign.
“Rep. Omar’s filings do not reveal subsequent reimbursements for Mynett’s travel,” the NLPC stated.
Rumor of the affair began to circulate long before his admission in April.
Mynett has been seen with Omar on multiple occasions since taking office, including sitting next to her at a fundraiser for terrorist-tied CAIR in March, where Omar stated that “some people did something” on 9/11.
Omar denies the affair to the media despite the mountain of evidence.
“No, I am not,” Omar said in response to a question about her alleged affair. “I have no interest in allowing the conversation about my personal life to continue and so I have no desire to discuss it.”
It’s just another day in Congress, so naturally Omar has yet another scandal.
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