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But there’s no evidence of wrongdoing.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s congressional campaign has come under scrutiny in recent days for what a conservative group has alleged is a massive violation of campaign finance law.
The National Legal and Policy Center filed a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission on Tuesday, alleging that the New York Democrat and her allies used a corporation to skirt campaign finance reporting laws. The complaint comes after a number of conservative-leaning outlets said Ocasio-Cortez broke campaign finance laws when she hired her boyfriend for marketing work.
David Mitrani, an attorney representing Ocasio-Cortez’s campaign and the related organizations named in the FEC complaint, pushed back strongly on the reports in a statement Wednesday, saying that the entities “have at all times been conducted fully in compliance with federal campaign finance laws.”
Ocasio-Cortez herself denied the allegation on Tuesday to Fox News: “There is no violation.”
Campaign finance experts, meanwhile, told NBC News that while the structure of her campaign and its vendors might be confusing, there’s no evidence of some kind of million-dollar scam as has been alleged in news reports.
This is a long article which details that there is no evidence of wrongdoing by Ocasio-Cortez or her campaign workers. Of course true trumpturds will ignore the reality of this and cry “Lock her up!”
Reality is not their strong suit.
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