How to launder campaign funds — marry your consultant

How to launder campaign funds -- marry your consultant

By this point, we’ve grown used to Democrat politicians using their family members as way to launder campaign funds into their own coffers.

Truth is, this kind of racket is so popular, it’s shocking when a Democrat doesn’t do it.

Take Maxine Waters, for example.

She “hires” her daughter Karen to generate campaign mailers which allows her to launder campaign funds through her daughter’s business and right into her family’s bank accounts. By 2017, Karen Walters had raked in three quarters of a million dollars operating “Citizens for Waters.”

I think we know how Maxine manages to afford a multi-million dollar mansion in Hancock Park well outside of her district.

Maxine also gets other California Democrats to hire her daughter. So not only is Maxine laundering campaign contributions into her family’s pockets, she’s gobbling up the campaign contributions of other California Democrats as well.

But newcomer Ilhan Omar has Maxine Waters beat by a mile.

Omar’s biggest campaign expense is a consulting firm called E Street Group. And according to the Washington Free Beacon, from July 23 to the end of September, E Street Group received from Ilhan Omar’s campaign $1.1 million.

In that same time period, her reelection campaign’s total expenditures were $1.6 million. Which means E Street Group raked in 70% of what her campaign paid out from July 26 to the end of September.

Since her relationship with E Street Group began, the consulting firm has received a total of $2.7 million from Omar’s 2020 reelection campaign.

And who is the guy who runs E Street Group?

Well, his name is Tim Mynett, and in the beginning of 2020 he became Ilhan Omar’s husband.

You gotta admit, it’s pretty brilliant in a diabolical and corrupt way. My hijab’s off to her for her felonious brilliance.

Ilhan really is an evil genius.

What better way to launder campaign funds into your private coffers than to marry the consultant who is your campaign’s single biggest expense?

This is how ballsy Democrat are about their “public service” get-rich-quick schemes.

I mean, it’s right out there in the open.

So really, it doesn’t even shock me that Joe Biden used his family members as bag men to enrich himself.

I’m sure old Joe looked around at what all his colleagues were doing and thought, “Hey, why not me?!”

These are the same Democrats who constantly accuse Trump of using his presidency to get rich. All the while they’re using their elected office to enrich themselves.

And they do it without batting an eye.

I don’t know about you, but it really pisses me off.

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3 thoughts on “How to launder campaign funds — marry your consultant

  • October 20, 2020 at 9:11 am
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    Yeah it’s the Washington DC racket. Both parties’ adherents enrich themselves at our expense. I think that’s the reason why there’s seldom any convictions for wrongdoing down there. If one guy went to jail, they’d rather out the rest of them… there being no honor amongst thieves. It’s also why they never get anything done.

  • October 20, 2020 at 10:51 am
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    You can’t take the pirate out of a Somali…

  • October 21, 2020 at 5:09 pm
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    Just another play out of the Clinton handbook for scamming political contributions?

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