Dude, if you’re gonna use your campaign funds to cheat, don’t put your wife in charge of the campaign funds. That’s like Smollett paying by check.
Congressman Duncan Hunter, currently under indictment for misuse of campaign funds, is unhappy that a judge has ruled that evidence showing he used those funds to finance extramarital affairs with lobbyists and staffers may be admitted in court. And now, he’s speaking out about it: “Like my lawyers say, I was mixing business with pleasure — no problem there. My friendships often blur the line between personal and professional. Hey, that’s like that song, ‘Blurred Lines.’ Did you see the video for that one, where the girl is dancing around in just a pair of panties? Damn, that was hot. Anyway, the filing against me says that I met up with women and ‘engaged in intimate personal activities unrelated to Hunter’s congressional campaign or duties as a member of Congress.’ That’s nonsense. Congress has been screwing the American people since forever. Hey-o!”