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More cheating by rats and stealing from the tax payers.

BendintheriverBendintheriver Member Posts: 4,404
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There is so much wrong with this I don't even know where to start.

Rats have been setting up "charitable organizations" and then illegally funneling hundreds of millions into these fake organzations and funding voter registration drives only for democrat targets.

Soros and his slimy followers have been getting a fucking tax write off while illegally funding "charitable organizations" who do the dirty work for the rat party. Talk about stealing from the tax payers, jeezus. So much for the crocodile tears from rats on big corporations not paying their fair share huh?

The rats are trying to introduce legislation to for Pac's to reveal the names of their donors. Guess what group the legislation will not effect? You guessed it, the rat funded get out the registration fake "charitable organizations".

Evidently these have been the catalysts for many of the advances in key battle ground states for the last couple of elections.

The cheating by rats is outrageous. Their illegal activity will somehow continue and no one will go to jail or be fined. The Reps better shut this shit down immediately.

Senate Democrats plan to pass the Disclose Act, a bill they claim would force “dark money” groups into the light. Never mind the darkness that envelops their own epic voter-registration scam.

A New York Times article this week confirmed a political reality that Republicans have been slow to publicize: Democrats are openly abusing charities to stack voter rolls in their favor. The Times story was ostensibly about “voter registration” groups worried that donors weren’t giving enough to “democracy-related” programs this midterm cycle. Read closely and you notice the story is entirely about Democrats, confirming a longstanding scheme by which foundations and private donors funnel tax-exempt dollars into “charities” that microtarget and register Democratic voters.

Among those quoted was Nsé Ufot, head of the New Georgia Project, which the Times credits with helping “turn Georgia into a blue state” by “registering tens of thousands of voters of color.” Ms. Ufot bemoaned “an overall dip in fundraising” from the likes of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations and the Democracy Fund: “Folks who think Georgia is competitive do not understand what made Georgia competitive.”

The Ufot comments are stunning, given the New Georgia Project is a organized as a charity, donations to which are tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the tax code. Such groups, as the Internal Revenue Service notes, are prohibited from engaging in “voter education or registration activities with evidence of bias that (a) would favor one candidate over another; (b) oppose a candidate in some manner; or (c) have the effect of favoring a candidate or group of candidates.” Yet here is Ms. Ufot openly fretting that without more Democracy Fund cash, she won’t be able to elect more Democrats.

As liberal writer Sasha Issenberg made clear in a 2012 book, “The Victory Lab,” liberal foundations and charities have been engaged in this scam for ages, describing the Carnegie Foundation’s registration drives even back then as “a backdoor approach to ginning up Democratic votes outside the campaign finance laws.” It’s a particular win for liberal foundations like Mr. Soros’s, which can fully write off partisan vote-getting as “charitable” activity. And luckily for Democrats, charitable nonprofits don’t have to disclose their donors, and the Disclose Act—surprise!—wouldn’t change that.

America’s charitable giving laws have been an enormous force for good, but Democrats are cynically abusing the system for partisan gain. If Congress wants to keep dollars and politicking in the political sphere—and under the remit of the Federal Election Commission—it needs to change tax law to prohibit “charities” outright from taking part in voter-registration or get-out-the-vote drives. The problem isn’t “dark money”—it’s the sham “philanthropy” voter-registration racket, taking place in broad daylight.


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