A “nonpartisan” government watchdog group that has generated a steady flow of litigation against President Donald Trump shares employees with the left-wing Media Matters for America, according to an independent audit.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) paid $50,000 from her campaign’s coffers to her daughter in recent months to chip away at six figures of accrued debt for an operation that pulls in large sums of money for the congresswoman’s campaign committee, Federal Election Commission filings show.
An ally of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden who is part of a group that launched a “dark money” strategy center that plans to spend $60 million during the 2020 elections has shuttered a separate political action committee that was created to provide support for the former vice president, Federal Election Commission filings show.
Members of a secretive left-wing donor network that helps set the liberal agenda propped up Joe Biden’s foundation prior to his presidential run by providing the charity with more than half of its cash, according to donor lists and tax forms.
A journalism institute released a “blacklist” of media outlets they deemed as “unreliable” that was created by an employee of the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center and overwhelmingly contains conservative new media outlets.
A group of Democratic strategists that includes an individual who established a political action committee backing presidential candidate Joe Biden will lead a $60 million secret money “strategy center” for Democrats for the 2020 election cycle.
Future Majority, a Washington, D.C.-based strategy center that will work to “rebrand” the Democratic party, was launched with the intent of providing “strategic advice” to other liberal organizations, communications, and a “war room” to debunk “fake news” and “counter conservative social media,” Politico reports.
A “nonpartisan” group launched to “protect” Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into President Donald Trump that is now pushing for the release of the full, un-redacted Mueller Report is tied to a liberal dark money organization.
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s campaign accepted maxed out donations from a number of high-powered individuals at a law firm that represents corporations and multinational Fortune 100 companies despite swearing off money from PACs linked to such corporations, Federal Election Commission filings show.
An intricate web of liberal dark money groups saw $1.6 billion in contributions from deep-pocketed Democratic donors flow through a network of “fiscal sponsor” organizations to be used on causes and initiatives between 2013 and 2017, according to a new report from the Capital Research Center.
A law firm owned by the sister of Democratic Rep. William Lacy Clay Jr. (Mo.) was the recipient of more than half of his campaign’s expenditures during the first quarter, according to new filings to the Federal Election Commission.