Ilhan Omar’s career is drowning in a series of scandals.
Things are only getting worse and worse for the Muslim Congresswoman.
And now her career is over after she made a life-changing move.
Since coming to the United States from Somalia, Ilhan Omar has been in a number of marriages.
First, she married Ahmed Hirsi, who she has had three children with.
Then, she married Ahmed Elmi, only to divorce him and re-marry Hirsi.
But as it turns out, Elmi was likely her brother, and their entire marriage appears to be nothing more than a sham to carry out immigration fraud.
Social media posts, and other evidence has come forward to back that, and Omar has never commented on the matter, only fueling further speculation.
So she is likely to find herself in big trouble for that scandal on its own.
That is especially true with a number of investigations coming forward, and allegations that she violated the law with her tax filings, considering she filed joint taxes with Hirsi at a point where she was legally married to Elmi.
So clearly, her marriage history is causing her a lot of problems.
And now things are becoming even more confusing with another man coming into the picture.
After facing rumors that Omar was cheating on her current husband with a Democrat consultant, she is now filing for divorce in a move that all but confirms her infidelity.
On Friday, Omar again filed for divorce with Hirsi, stating that their marriage was “irretrievable.”
She will now likely pursue her relationship with Democrat consultant Tim Mynett more openly.
Her relationship with Mynett has caused a lot of troubles for Omar considering that the consultant has received $229,000 from her campaign.
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.
Omar’s divorce only further adds to her problems relating to this scandal.
Her scandals relating to past marriages are giving Republicans a lot of fodder to attack her, and the rest of her “squad.”
But she also has a long record of anti-Semitism.
All of these scandals together are proving to be the death of her political career, with her approval rating being as low as 9%.
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