Elijah Cummings is in major trouble because of this one crime
The Fake News Media is portraying Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings (D) as a saint.
Cummings is being built up by the media so they can attack President Trump as a racist.
But now Elijah Cummings is in major trouble because of this one crime.
Ever since Donald Trump told the truth about Baltimore under Democrat Party rule – that it is a crime, drug, and rodent-infested nightmare thanks to decades of Democrat neglect – the Fake News Media was quick to cast Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings as a salt of the earth “Mr. Smith goes to Washington” type who heroically fights for constituents so they could smear Donald Trump as a racist.
But Elijah Cummings is no saintly do-gooder.
He is a corrupt swamp creature.
Cummings’ wife is facing an ethics complaint filed with the Maryland State Attorney General alleging she used a charity to get rich.
The Washington Examiner reports:
The complaint asked Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh to investigate the financial relationship between the Center for Global Policy Solutions and Rockeymoore’s for-profit consulting firm, Global Policy Solutions LLC.
The similarly named entities shared an address, phone number, projects, funding sources, and had a cost-sharing arrangement that raises questions about a “potentially improper financial benefit to Ms. Maya Rockeymoore Cummings and her husband, Representative Elijah Cummings,” the complaint asserts.
“This is a unique situation that warrants necessary oversight to maintain public confidence in nonprofit donations,” said FACT’s executive director Kendra Arnold in a letter to Frosh.
Rockeymoore’s foundation came under scrutiny earlier this year after the Washington Examinerreported that the foundation had accepted millions of dollars from corporations and special interest groups with business before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, a committee led by Cummings, a Maryland congressman.
The Center for Global Policy Solutions faced previous controversy when companies with business before Cummings’ committee donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the supposed “non-profit.”
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in these ongoing investigations.