Could Hillary Clinton’s Super PACS and charitable groups be just as corrupt as tens of millions of Americans believe the candidate is? If this shocking new report is even remotely accurate, the answer to that question would have to be a resounding “yes!”
David Brock, a Hillary Clinton supporter and Media Matter chief, is allegedly laundering money through the multitude of pro-Clinton charitable organizations—and getting fairly rich in the process.
DAVID BROCK Money Laundering Scheme Exposed: 14 Pro-Clinton Super PACs & Non-Profits Implicated. https://t.co/fq9bm3Blp0
— PolitixGal (@PolitixGal) September 21, 2016
Brock allegedly “has 7 non-profits, 3 Super PACs, one 527-committee, one LLC, one joint fundraising committee, and one unregistered solicitor crammed into his office in Washington,” according to a ZeroHedge report.
Financial records, allegedly uncovered only recently, supposedly expose a “constant flow of money” between all of the Hillary related organizations via David Brock’s “unregistered Professional Solicitor, the Bonner Group.”
The Media Matter chief allegedly garners a 12.5 percent cut each and every time the money is moved.
Non-profit groups are required by law to disclose when cash grants are handed out but are not bound by the same financial laws when it comes to revealing WHO gave them the cash grants.
In 2014, Media Matters reportedly raised more than $10 million.
The Bonner Group was given credit for securing the funds and was reportedly paid a $1,147,882 commission by Media Matters for their services.
During that same year, Media Matters reportedly gave a $930,000 cash grant to Brock’s Franklin Education Forum, which just happens to share office space with Media Matters.
When the Franklin Education Forum reported its total contributions for 2014, 93.6 percent, or $994,000, reportedly stemmed from Media Matters.
According to the New York Times, David Brock and Mary Pat Bonner, the president of the Bonner Group, share a vacation home in the Hampton’s together.
William Grey, an alleged and at least one-time live-in boyfriend of David Brock, supposedly threatened to go to the IRS and unveil the money laundering scheme Media Matters was running.
“Next step is I contact all your donors and the IRS,” Grey reportedly wrote in an email dated May 19, 2010. “This is going to stink for you if you do not resolve this now.”
Hillary’s friend and on-air surrogate allegedly paid Grey $850,000 to keep his mouth shut—and sold a home he owned n Rehoboth, Delware to come up with the cash.
Do you think Hillary Clinton knows her friend is allegedly on the take and the money benefiting her campaign is dirty?
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