The press continues to feed the dying Russia collusion conspiracy theory, defrayal Friday’s news cycle regurgitating Democrat talking points from the just-filed Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act legal proceeding against the Trump campaign, WikiLeaks, and Russia.
Yet the thought media took no notice of last week’s tribunal filing that exposes AN $84 million money-laundering conspiracy the Democratic National Committee and therefore the Sir Edmund Hillary Clinton campaign dead throughout the 2016 presidential election in violation of federal campaign-finance law.
From Bundling To hiding.
Dan Backer, a campaign-finance professional and attorney-of-record within the legal proceeding, explained the underlying law in a piece of writing for Investor’s Business Daily: beneath federal law, “an individual donor will contribute $2,700 to any candidate, $10,000 to any state party committee, and (during the 2016 cycle) $33,400 to a national party’s main account. These teams will all get along and take one check from a donor for the total of these contribution limits—it’s legal as a result of the donor cannot exceed the bottom limit for anybody recipient. And state parties will create unlimited transfer to their national party.”
This legal loophole permits “bundlers” to lift massive sums of cash from rich donors—more than $400,000 at a time—filtering the funds to the national committees. Democrats and Republicans alike exploit this maneuver. however once the money reaches the national committees, alternative limits apply.
Suspecting the DNC had exceeded those limits, a shopper of Backer’s, the Committee to Defend the President, began reviewing FEC filings to work out whether or not there was excessive coordination between the DNC and Clinton. What angel discovered, as he explained in AN interview, was a lot of worse. There was “extensive proof within the Democrats’ own FEC reports, once plus their own public statements that incontestible large straw man contributions papered through the state parties, to the DNC, so on to Clinton’s campaign—in clear violation of federal campaign-finance law.”
During the 2016 presidential election, Sir Edmund Hillary Clinton, the DNC, and collaborating state Democratic committees established the Sir Edmund Hillary ending Fund (HVF) as a joint fundraising committee to simply accept contributions from massive donors, some surpassing $400,000. So far, so good. To adjust to campaign finance law, the HVF required to transfer the donations to the required recipients, whether or not the Clinton campaign, down-ticket Democrats, the DNC, or state committees.
FEC records, however, show many massive contributions reported as received by the HVF and therefore the same quantity on the identical day (or often the subsequent day) recorded as received by the DNC from a state Democratic committee, however while not the state Democratic committee ever news the contribution.