Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the self-described ‘democratic socialist’ who is far to the left even of George Soros, is facing a major new ethics complaint.

The Coolidge Reagan Foundation has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) alleging that AOC, of New York, may have violated regulations by not disclosing thousands of dollars in expenditures during her 2022 reelection campaign.

According to the Daily Caller, Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and her campaign staff allegedly charged $9,600 to a campaign credit card without disclosing the nature of the payments.

“This Complaint arises from Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s repeated, blatant violations of federal campaign finance law to conceal how she spent thousands of dollars of campaign funds,” the filing explains.


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As per federal law, candidates are required to report the details of any campaign charges exceeding $200 to federal election officials, as reported by Fox News Digital. According to attorney Dan Backer from the Coolidge Reagan Foundation, it appears that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has not properly documented her campaign expenses, and there are inconsistencies in some reported purchases.

“On numerous occasions throughout 2022, Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez’s authorized candidate committee, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for Congress (‘AOC for Congress’), reported tens of thousands of dollars of disbursements for card payments and card payment reimbursements to Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez herself; American Express; and an entity called ‘Veyond!,’ which appears to have provided virtual reality services and apparently no longer operates under that name,” the document notes further.

“In each case, the reports do not fully disclose the purposes of each payment for which the charge card was used; the sum of the specific Memo Item entries is consistently hundreds or even thousands of dollars less than the total amount paid to the recipient,” says the filing.
“Although campaigns are permitted to use charge cards (or reimburse candidates for use of their personal charge cards) for otherwise permissible campaign-related expense, their disclosure reports must accurately identify both the recipient of those funds, as well as each of the campaign-related goods and services those charge cards were used to purchase,” it adds.

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