US Controversial Congresswoman Rep. Ilhan Omar was ordered to pay-back over $3,000 and pay additional fines for violating campaign finance laws during her short time as a state representative in Minnesota.
“I’m glad this process is complete and that the Campaign Finance Board has come to a resolution on this matter,” Omar told the newspaper in a statement.
Omar made national headlines following her swearing-in last January on a series of issues; including anti-Israeli remarks, flippant comments regarding the 9/11 terror attacks, vicious comments towards the President, and more.
Omar, Last week claimed the White House was “weaponizing” the US census to target minorities.
It's now explicit: Trump is weaponizing the Census to benefit "Republicans and Non-Hispanic Whites."
This is an attack on democracy and in any other Administration, it would be a multi-year scandal. https://t.co/EuyWT5P9VZ
— Rep. Ilhan Omar (@Ilhan) May 30, 2019