CAMPAIGN FINANCE SCHEME: Half of Democrat funds come from untraceable, unemployed donors
By Belle Carter // Apr 05, 2023

Fox News previously reported that half of all donations in 2019 to ActBlue, the Democrat's funding arm, came from "untraceable, unemployed donors."

Recent examination of data by the Take Back Action Fund (TBAF) revealed a similar trend, showing an increase in the same type of donations to 50.1 percent from January to August 2020. TBAF is an organization that supports election integrity measures.

"The name of employers must be disclosed when making political donations, but more than 4.7 million donations came from people who claimed they did not have an employer. Those 4.7 million donations totaled $346 million ActBlue raised and sent to liberal causes," John Pudner, president of TBAF, said about the 2019 data.

As for the 2020 data, Pudner said it's hard to believe that unemployed people had $346 million dollars to send to the political funding apparatus for liberal causes.

Reports indicated that "unemployed" donors gave a huge number of donations in very small amounts to Democrat candidates around the country. This was noted in the previous midterms where Senate candidate Raphael Warnock was given $24 million in over 358,000 donations.

The Gateway Pundit (TGP) also reported earlier in the week that Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer received quite a large number of small-dollar donations – $18,469,000 from a total of 185,556 for an average of about $100 per donation – in her 2022 campaign.

Meanwhile, critics are bothered after activist James O'Keefe and the O'Keefe Media Group published a video of his visits to the homes of a small sample of these campaign donors in Maryland.

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As per the video, many of them have no idea that they were making so many donations to Democrat candidates. The said "clueless" donors all appeared to be over 70 years old – which is the reason they were classified as unemployed. During the interview, they also had no idea that they were being used by what may be a program that uses their identities as mules for funneling dollars to candidates. (Related: New evidence emerges that Marxist Democrats are trying to rig the 2020 election outcome with dark money from "unemployed" donors.)

Meanwhile, TGP also found that ActBlue Texas was caught paying out small sums to hundreds of individuals for unknown purposes after reviewing its disbursements via TransparencyUSA.org. As per the site, hundreds of individuals being paid by ActBlue Texas with similar small amounts (e.g. $300 or $250) are not candidates running for office. In total, ActBlue Texas has paid out $9.6 million in disbursements to unknown individuals.

ActBlue raises funds for BLM through a "terrorist charity"

ActBlue is not just active in raising money for the Dems, it also indirectly gathers funding for political and social movements through a member of a domestic terrorist group.

Black Lives Matter (BLM) announced in February 2022 that the organization was deactivating its fundraising pages on ActBlue following the Washington Examiner expose that BLM is still accepting donations on the Democratic platform despite claiming it had stopped amid questions about its finances.

However, the fundraiser reportedly still raised millions for BLM after George Floyd was killed in May 2020. During this same time, 20 and more law enforcers were killed and American cities suffered nearly $2 billion in record damages following the riots.

Also, TGP was the first to report that the fundraising platform raised money using BLM as its front group because BLM is not a recognized non-profit organization. The nonprofit organization Thousand Currents said it provides "fiduciary oversight, financial management, and other administrative services" to BLM.

Non-profit foundation Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton tweeted: "If you want to make a tax-deductible charitable donation directly to Black Lives Matter, you can't. You donate to Act Blue Charities. Act Blue Charities sends this money, allegedly, to another charity, Thousand Currents, which runs BLM as a fiscal sponsorship."

Susan Rosenberg, who served on the Thousand Currents board, was a member of the Weather Underground terrorist group. Former President Bill Clinton gave her a pardon on his last day in office.

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Sources include:

TheGatewayPundit.com

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TransparencyUSA.org

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