As we reported earlier today, the Democrats ‘Squad’ leader Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez still owes $2000 from a Tax warrant for unpaid taxes that were issued in 2017.
Of course, being a Congresswoman who is always crying about Corporations not paying their fair share in taxes, it seems quite hypocritical that AOC refuses to pay her taxes.
Well, the one thing these corporations can say to AOC is: “fair or not…at least we’re paying our taxes.”
We also found it strange that AOC hasn’t paid her overdue New York State tax bill since she has plenty of cash.
Not only is she now earning $75,000 for being a Congressional ‘Do nothing’ Democrat.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is under investigation by the Federal Election Committee for her, and her old Chief of Staff for siphoning off over one Million Dollars in campaign donations and illegally placing the funds in a privately owned LLC.
And SURPRISE! That LLC. is owned by none other than Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Saikat Chakrabarti.
The Democrats Repugnant Law Breaking Squad
The AOC story we published earlier today, made us think it may be time to remind those Americans who will be voting in the upcoming 2020 election. Just how dirty the Democrats ‘Squad’ members truly are.
Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez make up three-quarters of the Democrats infamous “Squad.”
The Nancy Pelosi named “Squad” is a group of supposedly up-and-coming female Democrat members of the House who have been outspoken in pushing their simpleminded socialist, Hate-America beliefs.
It took less than a year into their terms, for all three to have their very own FEC investigation into campaign financing Violation— and the outcomes could have big impacts on their 2020 reelection campaigns.
AOC’s former Chief-of-Staff Saikat Chakrabarti had majority control of the liberal progressive Justice Democrats PAC that raised nearly $2 million for AOC ahead of her June 2018 primary victory.
First revealed by The Daily Caller News Foundation in March, The FEC launched an investigation after a complaint was filed stating that AOC and Chakrabarti siphoned off $1 million of those donations into a private LLC. owned by them.
Former FEC Commissioner Brad Smith told the DCNF that the pilfering of campaign donations if purposefully concealed, could mean jail time for Ocasio-Cortez and Chakrabarti.
Since August, an FEC investigation has been looking into the salary Tlaib’s campaign paid her post-Election Day.
A Congressional Committee on Ethics said earlier this month it might resort to issuing subpoenas to Tlaib and three of her associates.
The Office of Congressional Ethics, which recommended the committee look into the issue, stated:
“If Rep. Tlaib converted campaign funds from Rashida Tlaib for Congress to personal use, or if Rep. Tlaib’s campaign committee expended funds that were not attributable to bona fide campaign or political purposes, then Rep. Tlaib may have violated House rules, standards of conduct, and federal law,”
Ilhan Omar seems to be the scummiest of the lot. Omar doesn’t have just one FEC investigation, but THREE.
Beyond her FEC investigation, Ilhan Omar also has an open investigation by the Department of Education.
As well as an ICE investigation for allegedly marrying her brother (eww) in a scam to help him acquire a green card.
One of the FEC investigations revolves around Omar allegedly paying hundreds of thousands to her alleged lover’s political consulting group by dismissing them as a “political ploy.”
Peter Flaherty of the conservative National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC) filed a complaint against Omar in August.
Worse, Ilhan Omar made additional payments, even after the FEC opened its investigation.
These additional payments forced Flaherty to amended his original complaint in October when these additional payments were discovered.
Flaherty’s complaint was filed one day after it emerged that Beth Mynett, 55, submitted divorce papers in Washington, D.C., Superior Court, claiming her husband, Tim Mynett, suddenly informed her earlier this year that he was having an affair with Omar.
NLPC wrote in the original complaint:
“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,”
As we reported in our article: Ilhan Omar Funnels $300,000 To Her Husband’s Political Firm. Omar’s campaign funneled the money to Mynett’s E Street Group as “travel expenses.”
FEC rules require that such travel expenses list the individual benefiting from the arrangement, as well as the date and purpose of the payment.
Omar was previously found guilty in another campaign finance investigation. That guilty verdict forced Omar to return funds to her campaign committee in 2019.