The FEC (Federal Election Commission) is investigating a money laundering scheme directed by Hillary’s campaign. It’s not penny ante stuff either. The money laundering scheme concerns a total of $84 million dollars. The Hillary Victory Fund was a way that the campaign could get around the $2,700 limit that individuals can give to a presidential candidate. Additional money would be given to state parties who immediately transferred it to the DNC who would then write out a check to Hillary’s campaign. The state parties in battleground states were allowed to keep their money in order to bolster the Hillary campaign for president.
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.
Officials with the committee said their filing was spurred by their own analysis of FEC reports, where they said they discovered the HVF either never transferred the money to state chapters and back to the DNC, or did so without the state chapters having actual control.
Ted Harvey, chairman of the CDP said:
“What we have found, people need to see. I think it’s important that the American public has an understanding of how corrupt this campaign system was and that they were doing anything they could to secure the nomination in her favor.”
The complaint reads in part:
“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.”
Apparently the money was funneled back and forth between entities until it all stopped in Hillary’s pockets. The money launderers weren’t too worried about getting caught because they were sure that Hillary would win the election and would be in a position to cover up her illegal acts.