According to FEC records, Hillary’s 2016 election campaign involved a laundering of almost $84 million and no notice was taken by the mainstream media on it. Last week, it was revealed in a federal court filing, that Hillary’s campaign involves a gigantic amount of laundered money. The usage of this money is totally against the finance laws of the United States. The legal action was filed last week in a DC court and revealed the conspiracy of the Democrats.
The federal election commission also provided detailed evidence about this illegal campaign money to the court. While giving clarifications on this case, a finance lawyer Dan Backer said that an individual can donate an amount of $2,700 to a candidate, $10,000 to a party and $33,400 to a national party.
He further said that the donor can also give a single check for the sum of all these supporting amounts. He added that there is no limit for the state parties to transfer funds to the national parties. This legal escape clause allows voting candidates to get support from wealthy donors. And a candidate can take up to $400,000 from a single donor at a time. Both the ruling parties, Republicans, and Democrats, use this legal loophole in a different way.
One of the Backer’s client investigated that DNC crossed those limits and there was more than usual contact between the DNC and Hillary. While giving an interview, Backer said that FEC report shows that massive contributions were made by straw man during the election campaign, which is a violation of federal laws.
Back in 2017, Backer filed a massive 86-page complaint against the Hillary and Democrats. In that complaint, Backer asked FEC to begin proceedings against Clinton and her treasurer. Other than those 86 pages, almost 20 excel pages were also attached with that complaint showing the detailed stats about the illegal campaign money.
During the election campaign of 2016, Hillary and DNC (Democratic National Committee) established a joint scheme named as Hillary Victory Fund (HVF). And all the contributors were asked to donate the money to HVF. However, some donors exceed the limit of $400,000 in that contribution. But, to make sure the fundraising is according to the campaign finance law, HVF needed to transfer the donations to single receipts. But FEC report found the opposite as many large contributions were received by HVF on the same day.
You will get a clear picture of this whole scenario by taking into account this example. On November 2, 2015, HVF reported $19,500 funds transfer to Mississippi Democratic Party. And on the same day, Mississippi Democratic Party transferred $19,500 funds to DNC. But Mississippi Democratic Party neither had the receipt of taking the funds nor the reimbursement of the funds. And without Mississippi Democratic Party managing the donations, HVF’s contribution to Democratic National Committee violates the campaign finance law.
FEC investigated the 13 months donation activities of HVF and found 30 cases in which HVF transferred funds to DNC without involving any party from the state. While the 99% of the donations received by HVF ended up in DNC. And the funds were transferred within a day or next day from HVF to DNC.
The story didn’t end here as it was also revealed by Donna Brazile, the ex-chairwoman of DNC, Hillary removed the party’s debts with this donation. She further acknowledged that party’s survival was dependent on the donations. Another member of Hillary’s campaign, Gary Gensler who promoted the campaign Hillary For America “HFA”, said that the expenses of the Democrats party were paid by Hillary’s campaign.
However, back in 2014, Supreme Court made it clear that these exact activities would violate the campaign finance law. According to Supreme Court, if a donor donates $500,000 to a fundraising committee and that committee must include the candidate, a national committee, and several state committees.
The division of that donation should be made in a way that every single committee receives the highest permissible funds under the law. And on the behalf of the candidate, that single party committee can use the money.
After getting the 86-page complaint from Backer, FEC did nothing but to notify the DNS and Hillary about the violation. After this lethargic behavior shown by FEC, Backer decided to contact the federal court in this case.