By Joe Hoft
Millions have reportedly been donated to BLM in 2020 following the killing of George Floyd. Meanwhile, 20+ police officers have been killed and American cities have suffered record damage following the George Floyd riots.
Gateway Pundit was the first to report that ActBlue was raising money using the BLM as its front group. ActBlue is the Democrats’ funding machine. We know this from our early reporting and the fact that the BLM later admitted it. In 2022, Black Lives Matter announced in February 2022 that the organization was deactivating its fundraising pages on ActBlue. This was after Washington Examiner revealed that the BLM was still accepting donations on the Democratic platform, despite claiming it had been suspended due to questions about its finances.
The Daily Caller confirmed that ActBlue was using the BLM to raise the money. The BLM is not a recognized nonprofit, and the nonprofit (Thousand Currents) said it provides “fiduciary oversight, financial management and other administrative services” to the BLM.
Candace Owen reported the BLM-ActBlue relationship and was the target of bogus fact-checking. Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch jumped in and stated that their findings corroborate what TGP and Candace Owen are reporting;
Thousand Currents was ostensibly a non-profit organization, and Susan Rosenberg served on its board. Susan Rosenberg was a member of the Weather Underground terrorist group, which included Obama’s friend Bill Ayers. President Bill Clinton pardoned him on his last day in office.
So, in summary, BLM contributions have been channeled through ActBlue, a major source of Democratic donations, and then channeled to at least one organization run by a member of a domestic terrorist group.
In early 2020, FOX News reported that half of the donations to ActBlue in 2019 came from “untraceable, unemployed donors”.
“After hundreds of millions of downloads [dollars in] “Donations to the Take Back Action Fund servers, we were shocked to see that almost half of the donations to ActBlue in 2019 claimed to be unemployed individuals,” he said. “Employers must be identified when making political donations, but more than 4.7 million donations came from people who claimed not to have an employer. Those 4.7 million donations totaled $346 million raised and sent to philanthropic causes.
Action Fund President John Pudner said of the revelation:
“It’s hard to believe that at a time when the U.S. unemployment rate was less than 4 percent, those unemployed people had $346 million to send to ActBlue for liberal causes.” Pudner said, adding that “the 4.7 million donations from people without jobs … raised serious concerns.”
Shortly after the FOX News report, TGP said that According to Real Clear Politics, ActBlue cannot confirm whether donations on its site are US or foreign donations;
“When Take Back Our Republic first pointed out in 2015 that foreign interests could potentially use gift cards to funnel money through ActBlue’s unverified credit card system, more than 100 members of Congress stopped using the system, and 31 Democrats joined 52 Republicans in trying to outlaw. practice,” said John Pudner, president of the Take Back Action Fund.
“It only took a few hours for the sellers to change their settings so that the banks could verify that the donations were really from Americans,” Pudner added. “Unfortunately, when things became sharply partisan after Trump’s election, ActBlue doubled down and moved more and more candidates into the unvetted system at a time when intelligence officials warn that outside interests want to influence who wins our elections. TBAF is asking ActBlue to join the hundreds who have stopped using this system.”
TGP also reported that ActBlue Texas was caught making small payments to hundreds of individuals for unknown purposes.
According to a review of ActBlue Texas disbursements by TransparencyUSA.org, there are hundreds of individuals who are paid similarly small amounts (such as $300 or $250) by ActBlue Texas who are not candidates running for office. In total, ActBlue Texas paid out $9.6 million in disbursements. We have no idea who most of these people are.
Here is an example.
Can ActBlue Texas pay rioters for their attempts to destroy American cities?
Was this happening in other states as well?
This led us to ask whether China or other foreign adversaries are behind the millions in donations ActBlue labels as “unemployed” individuals.
This brings us to today.
TGP reported yesterday that Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer received a surprisingly large number of small dollar donations during her 2022 campaign. $18,469,000 from the total 185556 donationsaverage around $100 per donation.
Donors have given huge numbers of donations, in very small amounts, to Democratic candidates across the country. Their occupation was registered as unemployed. We noted this after the 2022 election in Georgia, where Senate candidate Raphael Warnock received $24 million from more than 358,000 donations.
Earlier this week, James O’Keefe and the O’Keefe Media Group released a video of him visiting the homes of these Maryland campaign finance mules. To his surprise, many of these donors had no idea they were donating so much to Democratic candidates, adding up to thousands of dollars in 2022 political donations.
The donors were all over 70 years of age, which is why they were classified as unemployed. It also appears that their identities could be stolen and used to launder money for Democratic candidates.
Evidence shows that half of Democratic donations come from small donations attributed to unemployed older voters whose identities may have been stolen. Who Really Donates to Democrats?
Why did the Republican Party ignore this?
Democrats are clearly participating in a donation fraud scheme. This needs further investigation.