This is to document that Google WordPress Automattic interfered with this blog big time. I had to take the info from another source and type the whole blog word for word rather that copy the words – and to think I am paying Google for this blog.
A pro-Trump political action committee filed a complaint in December with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) alleging that Hillary Clinton’s campaign laundered $84 million in contributions from big-name donors, such as Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, filmmaker Steven Spielberg, and designer, Calvin Klein.
The complaint outlines a money-laundering scheme that violated muliple campaign finance laws – specifically, laws related to limits on individual contributions. This week, the complaint has escalated with a related lawsuit to force the FEC to take up the case.
And the HVF promotional materials described the fund broadly, as a way to “support Hillary Clinton and Democrats up and down the ticket.” They did not appear to disclose that almost all funds would be channeled directly into Clinton’s personal campaign, leaving those “Democrats up and down the ticket.” in the cold. Unwitting contributors responding to these ads could not have known their funds would be funneled unlawfully to cause them to exceed their contribution limits – a defense to the willful and knowing elements of the law. Other defenses may exist as well.
Then again, Backer points to reasons that Clinton’s contributors could also be more culpable than Obama’s: “Does Calvin Klein truly care about the Alaska Democratic Party?” – he asks. “Or was he trying to curry favor from Hillary Clinton? Which one seems more plausible?”
Should Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party be held accountable – both as far as I am concerned. These people thought Hillary would win and nothing would come of this and now – the law has caught them in their cracks. Time for the stripped suits for people who think they can skirt the law.