Skip to comments.FEC filing from September 2019 proves that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez broke the law
Posted on 10/18/2019 2:28:30 PM PDT by grundle
Marie Newman is a law abiding political candidate who is running for office in Illinois.
The largest campaign contribution that anyone is allowed to legally give to her campaign is $2,000.
However, this report from the Federal Election Commission shows that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez donated $5,000 to Newman’s campaign.
Here’s a screenshot which proves that Ocasio-Cortez broke federal campaign finance law. Source: https://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/forms/C00639591/1357189/sb/21
Fortunately, Newman is a law abiding citizen, and returned the excess $3,000.
On the other hand, Ocasio-Cortez is a criminal who violated federal campaign finance law.
Democrats are always going on and on and on about how much we need to reform the current campaign finance laws. Well, here’s a chance for those very same Democrats to publicly speak out in favor of prosecuting one of their own for breaking the campaign finance laws which are already on the books.
Why didn’t you post it from where you found it?
What made you stick it on your blog?
What is this “law” you speak of?
She’s a Democrat - she doesn’t “break laws”, laws are broken whenever anyone investigates her.
Zeroing in over , under, split the difference
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Haven’t they locked her up yet?
Nothing will happen to her. The rule of law is dead, unless the accused is on the right side of the political spectrum.
Sorry, but, no.
Laws don’t apply to leftists.
You must have learned that by now.
What is Maria Newman going to do when the $5,000 check AOC wrote bounces?
Sic’em, humble buddy! ;-)
Paging Dinesh D’Souza.
It’s OK, in this country when well connected, big shot democrats blatantly break laws we just ignore those crimes.
Come on! We need AOC!
and....................any indictments, prosecutions?
In my Left Coast part of the country, a person can load up a shopping cart in Target and roll it out to their car without paying. Shop lifters are not being prosecuted. Too expensive.
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