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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2021 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

more right wing vote fraud using dark money.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/records-show-web-of-payments-involving-players-in-probe-into-sham-florida-state-senate-candidate/ar-AAMuQGu?ocid=msedgntp


Records show web of payments involving players in probe into sham Florida state Senate candidate


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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A young Republican political operative who is also the subject of a public corruption investigation into former Republican state Sen. Frank Artiles made an offer to a recent college graduate last September: He would pay her $1,500 to chair a political committee and in exchange, she would have to do nothing.

a man standing next to a car: Frank Artiles leaves the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami, Florida, on March 18, 2021.© MATIAS J. OCNER/TNS Frank Artiles leaves the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami, Florida, on March 18, 2021.
At the time, 25-year-old Hailey DeFilippis, of Palm Harbor, had just found out she was pregnant and was “freaking out about money.”


So, she took up Alex Alvarado on the offer. And put her name down as chair of The Truth, a dark money-funded political committee that spent $180,000 on political mail advertisements promoting sham candidates in key 2020 state Senate elections — two in Miami-Dade and one in Central Florida.

When reporters started calling her with questions about the committee, Alvarado paid her $2,500 more for her “inconvenience.”

“I was hired for $1,500. Like that was the deal. And then he was generous enough to give me more due to the stress it was causing me,” DeFilippis said in a sworn statement she gave to Miami prosecutors in December.

DeFilippis, who said she connected with Alvarado through her high school friend, testified that she didn’t know anything of the scheme to influence the 2020 election. But her statements, and other documents released late Friday, provide new details into the breadth of the criminal investigation into Artiles and his long-time acquaintance, Alexis Pedro Rodriguez.

Prosecutors say Rodriguez was recruited by Artiles and paid some $44,000 to change his party affiliation from Republican to no party to qualify on the ballot and attempt to sway the outcome of the Miami-Dade Senate District 37 election. GOP candidate Illeana Garcia won the race by 32 votes. Rodriguez, who shared the same surname as the Democratic incumbent, received more than 6,000 votes.

Between June 15 and Nov. 15, 2020, Artiles was under contract to work for veteran Republican political operative Pat Bainter for $15,000 a month, court documents show. Bainter paid Artiles $90,000 and reimbursed him for his travel, a courier service and $4,000 for “research,” according to those documents.

That line item prompted Bainter’s chief financial officer at Data Targeting Inc., Lance Gardner, to question its legitimacy, according to emails released Friday.

“Is this good? There is a line item for $4,000 for ‘research,’ ’’ Gardner asked.

Bainter replied: “It is.” In a later email he adds, “You and I will talk.”

In an email from Artiles on Sept. 14, the former lawmaker made it clear that Bainter is calling the shots. Artiles wrote: “Attached is the September invoice for your review and approval. I am standing by for orders. Please remember I have 6 PC’s for independents if needed.” The reference to “PC’s” most likely refers to political committees.

Artiles signed a contract with Bainter on June 9, 2020. The next day, Rodriguez met Artiles at Artiles’ Palmetto Bay residence to fill out campaign forms, according to investigators who noted in an arrest affidavit that Rodriguez had “no prior knowledge as to what forms needed to be completed to qualify as a candidate for elected office and relied on Artiles’ instructions.”

Neither Bainter nor Gardner have responded to phone calls or emails seeking comment since the Miami Herald learned they were served subpoenas. The powerful GOP-linked research firm, based in Gainesville, also served as a general consultant for Republican Senate campaigns during the 2020 election cycle.

Senate President Wilton Simpson, who ran the Republican Senate campaigns during the 2020 election cycle, has said that he had nothing to do with the effort by either Artiles or the political mailers.

“We had no involvement, nor were we aware of outside involvement in the race,” Erin Issac, a spokeswoman for the political committee that runs Republican campaigns in the Senate, and Simpson, who heads the political committee, said in March.

The records released Friday show that Miami investigators are looking beyond Artiles and Rodriguez, who so far are the only ones facing criminal charges, to find the source of the money and understand the breadth of the alleged scheme.

Investigators are also searching for the source of more than half a million dollars spent on political mailers that bolstered the candidacy of three no-party candidates in the three Senate races, including Rodriguez. Only in Senate District 37 did the votes for the no-party candidate prove to be decisive.

Altogether, a dark-money group called Grow United spent $550,000 on what has been reported in campaign documents as political mailers, paid for by two political committees, The Truth and Our Florida. Both political committees were chaired by young women with no known political experience who were recruited by Alvarado.

The political mailers were sent to voters in October 2020 and talked up the no-party candidates, who had done no independent campaigning, as candidates with progressive ideals in an apparent attempt to appeal to Democratic voters.

Alvarado told the Herald in April that no one hired him to execute the effort. He said it was a “business venture.” His stepfather, Luis Rodriguez, operates Advance Impressions LLC, which printed $550,000 worth of political mail ads, according to campaign finance records.

“This is an independent expenditure effort. Per law, there was no coordination with these candidates and especially not with anyone who may or may not have recruited them,” Alvarado said in a text message to the Herald at the time.

Tim VanderGiesen, a public-corruption attorney in the Miami-Dade state attorney’s office, told DeFilippis in December that Alvarado was a “possible subject” of the investigation. When reached by phone, Alvarado declined to comment. No criminal charges have been filed against him.

Investigators say Artiles’ recruitment of Rodriguez as a sham candidate in the race stemmed from a Facebook private message sent at 4 a.m. on May 15, 2020. “Call me,” Artiles wrote to Rodriguez, according to screenshots of the conversation. “I have a question for you.”

Between June 2020 and November 2020, Artiles is accused of paying Rodriguez $44,708 in exchange for Rodriguez changing his party affiliation from Republican to no party and qualifying for the ballot.

Documents released Friday also reveal a criss-crossing web of connections involving Artiles’ brother-in-law, the family’s car dealership and Alvarado’s stepfather, as part of the investigation.

Artiles’ brother-in-law, Wade Scales, paid Rodriguez $9,000 at Artiles’ request, Scales said in his deposition. Artiles told Scales he would pay him back in two weeks, with interest, Scales said. It was a lot of money for Scales, he said in his deposition, but he said he trusted Artiles and agreed to do it.

However, Scales told investigators he was nervous about giving money to Rodriguez, who he had known for a long time and knew had a history of struggling financially.

“I’ve lent Alex money in the past, it’s hard to get it back from him,” Scales said in a sworn statement to investigators in March. “I told him (Artiles), I go, you better be careful if you’re dealing with Alex Rodriguez because he doesn’t like to give your money back.”

Records released Friday show that prosecutors subpoenaed the bank records of Scales from First Horizon Bank in Palmetto Bay between Jan. 1 and Dec. 15, 2020, as well as records of cash withdrawals on Nov. 13, 2020. On Nov. 19, according to the documents, Scales deposited a check for $15,945 from Key Scales Ford of Leesburg and received $9,000 in cash back.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 29, 2021 10:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/how-north-carolina-became-a-laboratory-for-the-gop-s-subversion-of-democracy/ar-AANS76r?ocid=msedgntp


How North Carolina became a laboratory for the GOP's subversion of democracy


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North Carolina has become a laboratory to subvert democracy. Republicans captured both houses of the state legislature in 2010, then engineered gerrymandered maps that ensured power for a decade.

Then they went to work: Voter ID bills that surgically suppressed the Black vote, a brazen power grab over the state judiciary and election administration boards, an assault on academic freedom in the state university system, a 2016 lame-duck session that neutered the authority of incoming Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper. This version of political hardball provided the playbook for Republicans in other states across the country, including Wisconsin, Michigan, Texas and Arizona.

Many villains provided the funding and legal cover for this evisceration of public institutions and meaningful elections. But if you want to understand how North Carolina's democracy became so diseased, a former state representative named David Lewis is a pretty good place to start.

Lewis, a farmer from rural Hartnett County who chaired the legislative committee that was responsible for redistricting, became the folksy public face of the greedy GOP gerrymander and freely admitted its partisan design. Now, after pleading guilty to two federal charges related to a scheme to siphon campaign funds for personal use, Lewis is also the public face for the greed, public corruption and entitlement that's too easily bred when lawmakers benefit from districts they can't lose.

Lewis didn't draw the actual maps; that task fell largely to notorious GOP mastermind Tom Hofeller. His job was genial obfuscation. In a line that was quoted all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, Lewis proclaimed that the purple state's map was was intentionally drawn to elect 10 Republicans and three Democrats — because he did not believe it was possible to stretch the advantage to 11-2.

"I think electing Republicans is better than electing Democrats, so I drew this map to help foster what I think is better for the country," he said. It was a canny admission, delivered with an aw-shucks drawl, designed to conceal the unconstitutional race-based "packing" of Black voters that made the partisan edge possible. One congressional boundary in Greensboro even bisected North Carolina A&T, the nation's oldest historically Black university, creating two likely Republican seats, partly by putting seven of the school's dorms in one district and six in another.

When I asked Lewis about this on a 2019 panel at the University of North Carolina campus in Chapel Hill, he worked himself into a moral dudgeon over being accused of a racial gerrymander. It was simply a coincidence, he insisted, hardly intentional. After all, every district line had to go somewhere! Months later, however, when Hofeller's daughter turned over his digital files after his death, a story I first broke in the New Yorker, the truth was revealed. Hofeller had included racial data on his draft maps. Republicans had misled a federal court about how they used that racial data. Furthermore, the files suggested that Lewis had lied to his colleagues about when Hofeller started drawing maps, perhaps to sneak in one more election cycle under the tilted lines. As I dug through Hofeller's files, I found multiple spreadsheets with the addresses of thousands of North Carolina college students, coded not only by university and voting pattern, but based on whether or not they had the necessary ID to vote after passage of the legislature's new restrictions. Hofeller knew full well the meaning of that line through the A&T campus. The North Carolina Supreme Court would ultimately invalidate the map and demand a new one.

Lewis did no better when it came to hiding a brazen scheme to divert hundreds of thousands of campaign contributions for his own use. (An examination of his campaign finance reports showed that many donations came from national PACs with ties to GOP political interests, perhaps related to this rural lawmaker's control over redistricting.) Struggling to pay the bills on a family business, Lewis set up a bank account for a phony organization that he called NC GOP Inc., so that it resembled the name of the state party. He did not register that company with the state. Then he wrote checks from his campaign account to his sham company and reported them as donations to the actual North Carolina GOP.

They were not. According to the federal indictment, for just one example, Lewis caused a check for $50,000, made out to NC GOP, to be written from his campaign account in the summer of 2018. He deposited it instead into his own NC GOP Inc. account — and almost immediately wrote two checks from that account. One, for $47,600, went to Lewis Farms, his family business. Another $2,050 went to the landlord of his residence. According to prosecutors and Lewis' guilty plea, he ultimately siphoned some $365,000 for personal use.

This week, Lewis received a slap on the wrist for this illegal financial behavior: No prison time and a $1,000 fine. It pays to be well-connected. Indeed, those without fancy lawyers and professional acquaintance with the judge would almost certainly have earned serious prison time for matters involving much smaller amounts.

It hardly seems enough, not for Lewis's abrogation of public trust, and not for his larger sins against democracy which have ruined lives and damaged public institutions. But in the end, North Carolina Republicans essentially got away with that too. When courts overturned the GOP maps as unconstitutional partisan or racial gerrymanders, the party had infamous partisan loyalists like Hofeller on speed-dial to replace them with new maps that were just as obviously rigged, allowing Republicans to hold supermajority power even when the two parties closely divided the vote. And even when the state supreme court overturned Hofeller's handiwork in 2019, the maps went back to the legislature for tweaking and still favored Republicans in 2020, just a little less.

Which means Republicans will control the next decade of mapmaking in North Carolina as well. That got underway in earnest last week. There is a new public face. Republican lawmakers are already making troubling noises about how they will and will not use racial data. The disease is metastasizing. Lewis' petty corruption generated only the most tepid response. As for the egregious corruption of democracy itself — the bulldozing of competitive elections, the perversion of public policy? For that, there never seem to be any consequences at all.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2021 11:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

another ultra partisan billionaire

notice how elon is also hating dems vocally...

https://news.yahoo.com/top-gop-donor-says-wouldnt-001448857.html


Top GOP Donor Says He Wouldn't Back A Trump 2024 Run: Time To 'Move On'


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A top GOP donor said Monday he wouldn’t back Donald Trump if he ran for president again in 2024.

“I think it’s time for America to move on,” hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin said during an interview with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker at the Economic Club of Chicago.

Griffin spent more than $60 million to boost conservatives in the 2020 elections, placing him among the top five political donors in the election cycle, though he has never directly supported Trump’s campaigns, a point he noted during Monday’s discussion.

“The four years under President Trump were so pointlessly divisive it was not constructive for our country,” he said.

He praised Trump’s economic policies, describing them as “pretty damn good,” but said that overall, the U.S. needed to put that chapter of its history behind it.

Trump has heavily teas

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2021 10:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I totally agree with Ken Griffin, it is time to move on. " He who shall not be named" was in my opinion one of the stupidest presidents we've ever had,
and after being exposed to his presidency, it's hard to imagine the Republican party running him as a candidate (again). If he were decided upon(again),
they get what they deserve. If he were to become president again, then we
get what we deserve.

-Craig

p.s. (hoping for some good choices in 2024)

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another ultra partisan billionaire

notice how elon is also hating dems vocally...

https://news.yahoo.com/top-gop-donor-says-wouldnt-001448857.html


Top GOP Donor Says He Wouldn't Back A Trump 2024 Run: Time To 'Move On'


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A top GOP donor said Monday he wouldn’t back Donald Trump if he ran for president again in 2024.

“I think it’s time for America to move on,” hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin said during an interview with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker at the Economic Club of Chicago.

Griffin spent more than $60 million to boost conservatives in the 2020 elections, placing him among the top five political donors in the election cycle, though he has never directly supported Trump’s campaigns, a point he noted during Monday’s discussion.

“The four years under President Trump were so pointlessly divisive it was not constructive for our country,” he said.

He praised Trump’s economic policies, describing them as “pretty damn good,” but said that overall, the U.S. needed to put that chapter of its history behind it.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2021 1:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If Trump were still president ...

Would we have pulled our soldiers out BEFORE extracting our civilian citizens and the Afghans who helped us?

Would the Taliban be running Afghanistan, slaughtering the Afghans who helped us, supporting Al Qaeda, etc?

Would we have wide open borders not only welcoming hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens per month from all over the world but flying and busing them all over the U.S., with minimal control over them once they reach your home town, with extremely limited Covid testing, with 18% of the few who are tested having Covid ... all according to newsreel footage, the Border Patrol, the military base commanders who lack the authority and/or will to keep them on the base, and the impotent and/or complicit mayors who just let them run loose?

WOULD ADMINISTRATION OFFICIALS STATE ON CAMERA THAT THESE ILLEGAL ALIENS HAVE THE SAME CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS YOU AND I HAVE, and GIVE them more free stuff than citizens get?

Would he forbid the use of a very effective and harmless crowd control tool (just as I have been profiled by police, I have been nudged off the streets of New Orleans by a police horse) because some idiot city slicker news readers don't know -- or presume WE don't know -- the difference between reins and a whip?

Would inflation be a HUGE, highly regressive tax on the poorest among us? Even if it were, would a Trump administration deny those facts?

Would ANYONE think BLM is anything but rioters, even murderers in some cases? Would the VP actively support bailing out ordinary, often even violent, criminals? Defunding or even erasing altogether the thin blue line between the public and total anarchy?

WOULD WE BE WELL ON ON OUR WAY TO MARXISM, WHICH WILL DESTROY OUR COUNTRY?

Anyone who thinks any of these extremely well documented problems is fiction is not watching any news, as even the worst of the worst leftwing "news" media are finally not only admitting these problems but are confronting the administration about them.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2021 1:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ISO...if you'd like, I can send you a life-size blow up doll of the Donald for Christmas...
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2021 3:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think Iso wants that buffalo hat and Nancy's lap top.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 12, 2021 10:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

so trump advisor was only paid 1.5 billion dollars of hidden foreign money... Bill Barr knew about it from the Mueller report and did nothing.

https://news.yahoo.com/pro-trump-pac-fined-over-204257309.html


Pro-Trump PAC fined over foreign money offer


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A pro-Trump political group has agreed to pay $25,000 to settle allegations it illegally solicited $2 million from reporters posing as intermediaries for a Chinese national.

Why it matters: A key player in the scheme, a veteran Republican operative, is facing criminal charges over allegedly funneling tens of thousands of dollars in foreign cash to Trump's re-election effort, making news of the fine the latest in an emerging pattern of conduct.

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What's new: Great America PAC, a hybrid super PAC, reached an agreement with the Federal Election Commission to resolve the more recent allegations in June, according to a copy of the conciliation agreement released this week.

The $25,000 civil penalty stemmed from an undercover investigation by the British Telegraph newspaper in late 2016.

Reporters approached the PAC's principal, Eric Beach, posing as representatives for a Chinese national who wanted to donate to Great America.

Beach worked with GOP operative Jesse Benton to devise ways to conceal the source of the funds, including funneling the money through a "dark money" nonprofit or through Benton's consulting firm.

Great America PAC was one of the largest pro-Trump independent expenditure groups in the country.

It reported spending more than $9 million opposing or backing federal political candidates in the 2020 cycle and more than $23 million during the 2016 cycle.

Between the lines: Benton, a former senior aide to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, is also facing criminal charges over his alleged role in a scheme to funnel money from a Russian national to a Trump fundraising committee last year.

What they're saying: "Benton’s conduct was dishonorable, unpatriotic, and clearly illegal," three of the FEC's six commissioners wrote in a joint statement on the Great America PAC settlement.

The commission nonetheless deadlocked on whether to investigate Benton's conduct further.

"It is unfortunate, to put it mildly, that the Commission failed to follow through and hold Benton accountable for his actions," the three commissioners wrote.


https://news.yahoo.com/giuliani-associates-face-trial-campaign-171131229.html


Giuliani associates face trial in campaign finance scheme


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NEW YORK (AP) — Lev Parnas once pitched himself in TV interviews and through an unorthodox publicity campaign by his lawyer as someone who could expose corruption in the Trump Administration over its dealings in Ukraine.

Less than two years later and with less fanfare, the 49-year-old is going on trial in a federal case that makes him out to be more of an ordinary grifter than a whistleblower who would bring down former President Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani.


Jury selection is scheduled to begin Tuesday in a trial in which Parnas, a Soviet-born Florida businessman, and a co-defendant, Ukraine-born investor Andrey Kukushkin, are accused of making illegal campaign contributions to U.S. politicians in order to further their business interests.

Parnas and another Soviet-born Florida businessman who has already pleaded guilty in the case, Igor Fruman, initially caught the attention of journalists and investigators after making big donations through a corporate entity to Republican political committees, including a $325,000 donation in 2018 to America First Action, a super PAC supporting Trump.

The pair then became middlemen in Giuliani's effort to discredit then-candidate Joe Biden. They connected Giuliani with Ukrainian officials as the former New York City mayor tried to get that country to open an investigation into the future president's son, Hunter. Ukrainian tycoons and officials, meanwhile, sought Giuliani's help connecting with the Trump administration.

Federal prosecutors in New York City, however, have made it clear that anyone looking for the trial to produce new, damaging information about Trump or Giuliani will be disappointed.

They told U.S. District Judge Paul Oetken last week that while jurors will likely hear about how Parnas and Fruman tried to tout their influence as international fixers by sharing photos of themselves with Trump and Giuliani, the Republican ex-president and his former personal lawyer “will come up very peripherally" at the trial.

Prosecutors have also quietly dropped one of the most intriguing allegations in the original indictment: That Parnas and Fruman donated money to American politicians as part of an effort by Ukrainian figures to oust the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Marie L. Yovanovitch, who later became a central figure in impeachment proceedings against Trump.

When the charges were announced in 2019, then-U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman highlighted the Yovanovitch allegations, saying the defendants “sought political influence not only to advance their own financial interests but to advance the political interests of at least one foreign official – a Ukrainian government official who sought the dismissal of the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine.”

Prosecutors later wrote to the judge that the allegation was dropped from a revised indictment in an effort to “streamline” the case, but offered no further explanation.

Giuliani has said he didn’t know about any illegal campaign contributions and is not charged in the case, although his work in Ukraine remains the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation.

Federal agents searched Giuliani's New York City home and office last April, carting away computers and phones as part of an inquiry into whether some of the work he did required him to register as a foreign agent. Giuliani has said his only client was Trump.

With the Ukraine allegations gone, the trial is expected to focus on charges that Parnas exceeded limits on personal campaign contributions by disguising the origin of the money. U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions, a Texas Republican, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and political committees aimed at supporting Republicans running for Congress were among those that got donations.

Part of the case alleges that Parnas and Kukushkin were straw donors for Andrey Muraviev, a wealthy Russian investor in the burgeoning legal marijuana market in the United States.

The indictment alleges that Muraviev put up $1 million for donations to be made to politicians in several states, including Nevada, where the group was hoping to enter the legal marijuana business.

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hmmm
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2021 9:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yep, I have to agree with Mr. Bowman. If I were unemployed and receiving
double the minimum wage as part of the covid relief unemployment package, what incentive would there be for me to return to 7.25 per hour.
That's just stupid.

-Craig

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