According to campaign filings, nearly 70% of Ilhan Omar’s campaign expenditures this election cycle went to her husband’s company.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) funneled an additional $1.1 million to her husband’s company, bringing her total payments to the firm to $2.7 million for the election cycle, new filings show.
Omar’s campaign filings, released Thursday, show that she sent $1.1 million more to the E Street Group, a political consulting firm owned by her husband, Tim Mynett. The payments account for nearly 70 percent of the $1.6 million Omar’s campaign has disbursed between July 23 and the end of September. They have helped cover advertisements, consulting, travel expenses, and production costs.
Where is the Mainstream media? You would think they would be all over this story. We know that if President Trump was doing this to one of his businesses they would have wall to wall coverage of it.
We have covered the various scandals surrounding Ilhan Omar and her marital drama.
According to the Daily Mail, Democrat Representative Ilhan Omar is trying to bribe her ex-husband not to talk about the affair she had with a Democrat operative.
The sources say the families of Hirsi and Omar hammered out a financial settlement that would give Hirsi tens of thousands of dollars over several years but only if he did not speak publicly about the marriage breakdown.
One source said the figure was as high as $250,000 over six years. Hirsi did not return DailyMail.com requests for comment.
Soon after the agreement was reached last year Hirsi, 40, traded in his old Nissan Maxima for a BMW 528i, which sells for $54,000 new.
Omar, 37, has refused to discuss her relationship with Mynett — or the reason for her divorce from Hirsi.
We have been covering this story for months now:
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