40 Democratic parties funneled $84 Million to Hillary Clinton

40 Democratic parties funneled $84 Million to Hillary Clinton

According to a lawsuit filed by Dan Backer, an attorney based in Virginia. As many as 40 state-level Democratic parties may have been involved in a scheme to funnel up to $84 million to Hillary Clinton‘s 2016 presidential campaign.

Backer filed a lawsuit that alleges a plan was put in place to circumvent contribution levels set by the federal government.

“You had individuals giving $300,000. They’re not doing it because they care about Nevada’s or Arkansas’ state party. They’re doing it to curry favor with and buy influence with Hillary Clinton.”

According to a report by the Las Vegas Review, the latest to be pulled into a federal lawsuit may be Nevada’s Democratic Party. Backer who represents the committee to defend the president initially lodged a complaint back in December 2017 with the Federal Election Commission.

Backer told The Las Vegas Review-Journal that he filed the lawsuit because the FEC failed to meet a deadline for taking action.

He said the Hillary Clinton Victory Fund reported transferring over $1.7 million to the Nevada Democratic Party between December 2015 and November 2016. However, the party reported receiving only $146,200, which was transferred to the DNC.

The remaining $1.6 million was sent by the Hillary Victory Fund to the Nevada party and received by the DNC and never appeared on the Nevada party’s reports, Backer contends.

 

But Nevada’s Democratic Party disputed Backer’s claims.

“This is nothing more than a bogus political stunt feebly designed to distract from vulnerable Republicans’ disastrous agenda.”

– Helen Kalla, spokeswoman, Nevada Democratic Party

The Idaho Statesman reported Democrats in Idaho reportedly contributed $1.6 million to the plan in a series of 13 transactions.




The paper reports local party officials might have been unaware of how the money was being handled,

It is “reasonably possible the Idaho State Democratic Party had no prior knowledge of, or control over, these transfers because they were handled entirely by HVF, the DNC, HFA, [Hillary Victory Fund, Democratic National Committee, Hillary for America] and/or their treasurers,” states the 101-page complaint that Backer’s group filed in December, the Statesman reported.

The Idaho Democratic Party has yet to respond to the newspaper’s request for a comment.

In Delaware, the state Democratic Party received $2.4 million from the Hillary Victory Fund over 11 transactions, then transferred roughly the same amount to the DNC, WXDE-FM radio reported.

The handling of cash in Delaware “doesn’t pass the sniff test,” Backer told the station.

But Jesse Chadderdon, executive director of the Delaware Democratic Party, called Backer’s lawsuit “yet another blatant example of hypocrisy from Donald Trump and his cronies.”

“Let’s be clear, this is nothing more than a Beltway political stunt,” Chadderdon told the station, “led by the pro-Trump PAC ‘The Committee to Defend the President,’ one that’s simply designed to distract Delaware voters.”

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7 Replies to “40 Democratic parties funneled $84 Million to Hillary Clinton”

  1. Apparently, this was all done to circumvent Federal election laws.
    Is there any investigation going on by Dept. of Justice or the FBI?
    It looks like the only action on it is by a Virginia based attorney, Dan Backer.
    The FBI and DOJ seem to be essentially no show, at least where the Democratic party and Hillary Clinton campaign is concerned.
    It seems the only investigation seems to be by the special counsel, Robert Mueller, or at least the only one in the news, and his investigation, as outlined by Rod Rosenstein in the memo giving authorization to Robert Mueller, was to look at the Trump campaign, and see if there was Russian collusion.
    It’s been a while since I read the original memo, and apparently a lot of it is redacted, but it seemed to me the investigation was directed at the Trump organization and Russian collusion.
    The DOJ and FBI seem to need some direction, and maybe be shaken up to get back to doing its job.

  2. It was a great thing that Hillary took the Democrat donors for over a billion dollars and still managed to lose to Trump who only had $79 million but had actual policies to deal with the issues that had suppressed economic growth, employment and wages as well as crippled the ability of our military to deal with threats like ISIS. By wasting all that money in a campaign that was essentially all vilification of Trump with no substantive policies that anybody though would make a difference, Hillary enabled not only Trump’s turn-around of the fortunes of the US but also gutted the state parties abilities to elect governors, state house representatives and senators, local officials and purvey their Marxian (rebranded as Progressive) poison throughout the states. A two-fer.

    1. 3-fer, when the military tribunals and executions start. That’s the hallmark of Trump’s 2nd term, the 1st is economic restoration and greatness.

  3. This is exactly why the DNC never allowed the FBI to analyze their server(s) after the supposed Russian “hacking”… and it is also why Clinton deleted her 33,000 emails (this, and all the quid pro quo deals she was doing with the Clinton Foundation). It’s also why Debbie Wasserman Schultz has been apoplectic with the idea of the Capitol Police wanting to analyze her laptop that was found in the hands of the Pakistani IT family that had been transferring all sorts of files off the Democratic Congressional Committee servers. Can’t wait until all of this comes to light. And, it will.

  4. If Mr. Backer’s actions really are “bogus” and a “stunt”, then Clinton, the DNC, and the state-level parties have nothing to be concerned about.
    Which begs the question; Why did they even issue a comment. Hmmm….

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