‘Squad Member’ Rashida Tlaib Sent Spinning – Congress Opens Investigation Into Paying Herself With Campaign Funds

Tlaib thought it wouldn’t be a “big deal” – well, Congress thinks it is!

The “squad” sure knows how to grab headlines—but it looks like they don’t know how to be ethical.

These ladies have gotten lots of attention for opposing President Trump—even though they are freshman congresswomen with little influence in the House.

The media celebrates these diverse figures for their Left agenda, love of socialism, and questionable views on Israel.

They demand Trump’s impeachment even without hard evidence.

But there sure seems like a lot of evidence over this situation. Rep. Rashida Tlaib is in hot water over what she did with campaign funds after the 2016 Election.

From Washington Times:

The House Ethics Committee announced Monday that it is reviewing a complaint against Rep. Rashida Tlaib, who has gained notoriety as a member of the group of far-left freshmen congresswomen known as “The Squad.”

Campaign records showed that Ms. Tlaib paid herself $17,500 in salary after the midterm elections, in what appeared to be a violation of the rules…

Geez. The House Ethics Committee is reviewing a complaint against Tlaib. Took them long enough—it’s been 3 years! How long would it have taken with Trump?

According to reports, she paid herself $17,500 from campaign funds after the election. If so, that’s pretty troubling.

Once a campaign is over, you can’t use campaign funds. That money is specifically used during an election, not after.

Pretty rich, when you think about it. Tlaib already makes a sweet $170,000 a year as a congresswoman.

That wasn’t enough?

I guess she wanted a bonus for all her “hard work,” cursing out the president and pushing socialism.

But I guess she didn’t realize that it would catch up with her. Now we need to see real justice done.

SHARE if you wan Rashida Tlaib to be investigated and judged!

Source: Washington Times

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