AOC’s Campaign Got Busted For Hiding $1 Million – And She Should Be In Really Big Trouble

The Left’s corruption and economic illiteracy combines for an instant disaster.

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Radical left-wing “Squad” member Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is in hot water after her campaigned failed to report roughly $1 million in expenses.

The money was funneled through through two political action committees called “Justice Democrats” and “Brand New Congress.”

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The Federal Election Commission (FEC) launched an investigation into this issue two years ago. Despite these findings, the FEC “voted to dismiss the complaint” against AOC.

It appears AOC and her former chief of staff, Saikat Chakrabarti, could be getting away scot-free despite the massive $1 million scandal.

The complaint was initially file in 2019 against Ocasio-Cortez by the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC).

A lawyer for NLPC blasted the FEC, calling it an act of “favoritism.”

“It appears to be not prosecutorial discretion, but prosecutorial favoritism,” Paul Kamenar, the attorney for the NLPC, said in a statement to the NY Post.

Although the FEC is failing to hold AOC and her campaign accountable, the comission is accused of prosecuting people who committee far less egregious violations.

“The FEC has gone after a whole host of people whose violations are dwarfed by the scale of this scheme,” Kamenar explained.

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The NLPC’s complaint claims that Chakrabarti funneled the money through two political action committees into two organizations, according to the outlet. The money transferred might have been in violation of the $5,000 limit for donations to federal candidates, according to the complaint.

The investigation from the FEC found that the two PACs “did not properly disclose the purpose of the disbursements” to the shell companies, according to the outlet.

In response to the findings, the NLPC filed a lawsuit against the federal election integrity organization for failing to provide a reason for dismissing its complaint, according to the outlet.

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“It was highly irregular for the FEC to release its statement of reasons after the deadline for us to file suit,” Tom Anderson, the director for the NLPC’s Government Integrity Project, told the outlet.

The FEC’s findings come more than 30 days after the agency voted to dismiss the complaint against Ocasio-Cortez, according to the outlet.

The Washington Examiner reached out to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for a statement but did not receive a response back.