Now, will the IRS or Minnesota actually do anything of worth about it?

Via Twitchy:

It was breaking news last Thursday night when Twitchy reported that the Minnesota Campaign Finance & Public Disclosure Board had released the findings of its investigation into Rep. Ilhan Omar, brought on by a complaint filed by state Rep. Steve Drazkowski.

In short, the board ordered Omar to pay about $4,000 in reimbursements and fines as well as file amended disclosures. Not only had Omar’s campaign committee improperly paid for quite a few trips, but it looked as though she’d also filed her taxes for several years as married filing jointly — just not with the man to whom she was legally married at the time.

Again, that was Thursday night, and we hadn’t seen any more about it — not even a “clapback” tweet from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — until the following Tuesday when the AP’s Central Region picked up the story. Better late than never? Wonder which editor let this slip through?

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