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Congressional Ethics Panel Urges Subpoena For Rashida Tlaib

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Rashida Tlaib’s multiple Campaign Finance violations are finally catching up to her as The Office of Congressional Ethics recommends subpoenaing Michigan’s corrupt anti-Semitic Congresswoman.



The Office of Congressional Ethics recommended subpoenaing Rep. Rashida Tlaib and several of her campaign staffers as part of an investigation into whether the Michigan Democrat improperly diverted campaign funds for personal use.
All five members of the board of OCE voted to recommend that the House Ethics Committee continue an investigation into Rashida Tlaib breaking the law by paying herself $17,500 after her election win Nov. 6, 2018.
Under Congressional House rules candidates are allowed to receive funds only up until the general election that is not greater than what they earned in the year before starting their campaign.
OCE released emails, campaign spreadsheets, and paycheck stubs that show Tlaib was paid after Election Day.
Tlaib received $45,500.00 between May 7, 2018, and Dec. 1, 2018. The two potentially problematic payments were made Nov. 16, 2018, for $2,000, and $15,500 on Dec. 1, 2018.
Despite Rashida Tlaib whining that President Trump refuses to cooperate with their ‘Witch-Hunt’ impeachment inquiry, of course, the ‘Do As I Say, Not As I Do’ Democrats once again live up to their name.
The report stated that Tlaib, campaign treasurer Soh Suzuki, campaign manager Andy Goddeeris, and campaign staffer Amanda Kaye refused to provide documents to the committee for the investigation.
The Office of Congressional Ethics stated:
“If Rep. Tlaib converted campaign funds from Rashida Tlaib for Congress to personal use, or if Rep. Tlaib’s campaign committee expended funds that were not attributable to bona fide campaign or political purposes, then Rep. Tlaib may have violated House rules, standards of conduct, and federal law,” 
“Because Rep. Tlaib refused to interview with the OCE, the OCE could not address these potentially problematic payments with her. Likewise, the OCE was unable to address these documents with members of her campaign staff given their refusals to interview with the OCE,”
In a statement to The Detroit News, the progressive antisemitic Michigan Democrat denied any wrongdoing saying she “received the minimum salary payments necessary for me to meet my personal financial obligations while ensuring that the campaign reserved the resources needed to reach voters”

OCE released emails showing that Rashida Tlaib wanted a larger salary from the campaign in order to pay for her two children.

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The email response proves that Tlaib and her campaign staff knew the rules and weighed whether she should resume working part-time at her law firm, Sugar Law Firm, or illegally increase her stipend from the campaign.
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Rashida Tlaib Believes She’s Above The Law

The Evidence shows that despite Rashida Tlaib receiving a $2,000 check every two weeks, which is far more than many Americans make, Tlaib continued to whine that she wanted more.
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Screw The Law… I’m Special

Federal Campaign rules clearly state that Rashida Tlaib can only receive a salary up until election day November 6th, 2018.
Despite knowing this, Rashida Tlaib and her campaign nevertheless blatantly broke the law.
Tlaib received a $2,000 payment on Nov. 16 and a $15,500 payment on Dec. 1, according to the Congressional Ethics investigation.
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The report included an email from Tlaib’s campaign treasurer to campaign staff. The email said “for most of us” the pay period for Dec. 1 checks was  “Nov. 16, 2018 to December 31, 2018.”
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Rashida Tlaib Proclaimed Her Innocence and Of course, Used Her ‘America Is Evil’ As An Excuse

Rashida Tlaib insanely believed that somehow she could use campaign donations to pay her personal debt?
In a statement, Tlaib said she had to leave her job as a civil rights attorney to campaign for the U.S. House in 2018 while raising two sons as a single mother. Federal regulations allowed her to receive a salary, and she “received the minimum salary payments necessary for me to meet my personal financial obligations, while ensuring that the campaign reserved the resources needed to reach voters,” the freshman lawmaker said.
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Tlaib’s statement added, “I look forward to the Ethics Committee’s prompt resolution of this matter in my favor, and I hope my experience will clear more room for people like me to run for office by availing themselves of FEC innovations that level the playing field, like paying a non-incumbent candidate salary or covering childcare expenses with campaign funds, so that financial privilege is not a prerequisite to participate in our democracy.”

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