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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez may be in big trouble. The Coolidge Reagan Foundation filed a serious ethics complaint accusing AOC of funneling campaign cash through a PAC and into the grubby hands of her boyfriend.

This is the second possible scandal involving AOC’s boyfriend in the past two weeks. It was discovered he had a congressional email and was listed in the congressional directory. This meant that he was her employee which was an ethics violation or he was in the directory and had a congressional email, but wasn’t an employee, which was is a different ethics violation.

The latest ethics complaint also involves Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s boyfriend:

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A Republican group filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission on Wednesday alleging that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s campaign may have illegally funneled thousands of dollars through an allied PAC to boyfriend Riley Roberts.

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Members of the Washington, D.C.-based Coolidge Reagan Foundation allege in their complaint that when the Brand New Congress PAC (BNC) — a political arm of Brand New Congress LLC, a company that was hired by Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., to run and support her campaign — paid Roberts for marketing services, it potentially ran afoul of campaign finance law.

“It’s not illegal for [Ocasio-Cortez] to pay her boyfriend, but it appears that they created some sort of scheme to avoid claiming the money [as a campaign expense],” Dan Backer, a D.C.-based attorney who filed the complaint on behalf of the foundation, told Fox News. “What exactly did he do for that money?”

The FEC complaint specifically cites the use of “intermediaries” to make the payments, “the vague and amorphous nature of the services Riley ostensibly provided,” the relatively small amount of money raised by the campaign at that stage and “the romantic relationship between Ocasio-Cortez and Riley” in asserting the transactions might violate campaign finance law.

The Coolidge Reagan Foundation — a 501(c)(3) — is requesting that the FEC look into the payments for potential violations on relevant campaign finance laws that state that campaign contributions “shall not be converted by any person to personal use” and that “an authorized committee must report the name and address of each person who has received any disbursement not disclosed.”

Note the full ethics complaint is embedded below.

Of course, AOC believes any of these complaints are simply a hit-job:

But the accusations continue as new evidence is released by freelance writer Luke Thompson

Looking at all the evidence above and the ethics complaint below it certainly seems if  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is very deep into the swamp.

Ocasio Cortez Complaint by on Scribd

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