If this were Donald Trump’s campaign, we’re sure this would be breaking news everywhere. But, since it has nothing to do with Trump and everything to do with the Clinton machine, the mainstream media’s silence on the matter makes it clear they’re not interested in honesty or truth.

According to Fox News, “The Committee to Defend the President, a political action committee, filed its complaint with the FEC on Monday with the allegations that the Hillary Victory Fund (HVF) solicited cash from big-name donors, including Calvin Klein and ‘Family Guy’ creator Seth MacFarlane — money that was allegedly sent through state chapters and back to the DNC before ending up with the Clinton campaign.”

Key complaint: “In its complaint, the CDP alleges that about $84 million was funneled illegally from the DNC through state party chapters and back into the war chest of the Clinton campaign,” reads the complaint seen by Fox News.

Furthermore, according to the report, “Based on publicly available FEC records, repeatedly throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, HVF would purportedly transfer funds to its constituent political committees, which included between 34 and 40 state parties. On the very same day each of these transfers supposedly occurred, or occasionally the very next day, every single one of those state parties purportedly contributed all of those funds to the DNC.”

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The scheme was in “flagrant violation of a Supreme Court ruling that determined such moves were illegal — and broke FEC campaign contribution rules which state that an individual can contribute only $2,700 directly to a presidential campaign” CDP counsel and campaign-finance lawyer Dan Backer alleges.

“Apparently the DNC’s response to the ruling was, ‘Hold my Beer,’” said Backer.

On Friday’s episode of “The Glenn Beck Radio Program,” Glenn railed against the DNC and the mainstream media. “I want to point this out because not only is it wrong, and we need to clean up campaign finance, but the media is losing its mind over Michael Cohen‘s $130,000 dollar payment to Stormy Daniels and whether or not it qualifies as a campaign contribution, And that is a big deal,” said Glenn.

See Glenn’s response to this bombshell report above. 

To see more from Glenn, visit his channel on TheBlaze and listen live to “The Glenn Beck Radio Program” with Glenn Beck and Stu Burguiere weekdays 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. ET on TheBlaze Radio Network.



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Uh huh, stay toned.

It was HBeast that paid 45 million for a fake Dossier to impeach
Trump. And we held the Hellda accountable, from credible sources.
What are you screaming about now. Maybe you haven't read the list
of the "H8ful eight" there won't be many coming home.
Actually more than eight, may not be any coming home.....
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Kraven posted:

You believe Comey,lol at this point in time you've got to be an idiot..

No, I believe the Congressional Testimony by the Company that wrote it. You just keep proving your room temperature IQ.

As a DC-based firm, some of their work has been political. A 2012 Wall Street Journal op-ed revealed that Fusion GPS worked for Democrats doing opposition research on Mitt Romney. According to Free Beacon editor Matthew Continetti and chair Michael Goldfarb, the firm was were engaged early in the 2016 cycle “to provide research on multiple candidates in the Republican presidential primary.”

Later, in April 2016, Marc Elias — a top Democratic campaign lawyer — retained Fusion GPS through his firm of Perkins Coie on behalf of both Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee. Perkins Coie, at Elias’s behest and with the bills ultimately paid by Clinton and the DNC, continued to fund Fusion’s work through the end of October 2016, though the people involved say that neither the campaign nor the DNC was aware of the details of Fusion’s work.

Fusion, in turn, subcontracted with Christopher Steele, a retired MI-6 officer with considerable expertise on Russian matters, to use his contacts in Moscow to find what he could about Trump’s connections to the Russian government. That work led to the compilation of Steele’s dossier, written up in the style of an intelligence report and based on unnamed sources, that contained a variety of serious charges against Trump.

The Steele dossier makes six major collusion claims, none proven



Imagine that... one of YOUR VERY OWN SOURCES INITIATED/PAID FOR THE DOSSIER. hahahahahaha! Talk about fake news! hahahahahahahaha!



During the Republican primaries, a research firm called Fusion GPS was hired by The Washington Free Beacon, a conservative website, to unearth potentially damaging information about Mr. Trump. The Free Beacon —which was funded by a major donor supporting Mr. Trump’s rival for the party’s nomination, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida — told Fusion GPS to stop doing research on Mr. Trump in May 2016, as Mr. Trump was clinching the Republican nomination.

Kraven posted:

Are you sure you could even comprehend a biscuit recipe,,,,??

Doesn't look it....

Says the idiot who posts links from the Media Company that started the Steele Dossier, while whining about the Steele Dossier. You have to work hard to be this stupid. There's no way you can function in society and be this stupid. It's just not possible.

Hahahahahahaha. Facts don't care what you believe. You only make yourself look even more ignorant. To flat refuse to see facts is the only way to save your poor desperate Republican narrative.  To constantly whine about how stupid liberals are, while ignoring facts, makes you either the forum's biggest hypocrite or the forums biggest idiot, or both.  If you can't keep up with that or understand, ask one of your friends to explain it to you. Facts don't pick sides or have a bias. Try learning a few, then get back to me.

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