At least 18 left-wing groups supported by financier George Soros's liberal donor club applied for federal loans meant to help small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, receiving up to $20 million in taxpayer cash.
New York Times columnist and CBS News political analyst Jamelle Bouie addressed a closed-door gathering of the Democratic Party's top donors last week in potential violation of the paper's ethical guidelines, which prohibit paid speeches to political groups and urge staff members to be "especially sensitive to the appearance of partiality when they address groups that might figure in coverage they provide."
Disgraced Democratic senator Al Franken was spotted on Wednesday mingling with top Democratic Party donors in Washington, D.C.—just two months after a ninth woman emerged to accuse the comedian turned lawmaker of sexual harassment and two years after Democratic donors took steps to prevent sexual harassment in their own ranks.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) will slip away from the impeachment hearings on Friday to deliver a closed-door briefing to the nation’s most powerful network of liberal donors and activists, according to an agenda obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) has pledged to fight for ordinary people over the wealthy few, but she was spotted Wednesday night attending a secretive meeting of the left's wealthiest donors as they hashed out the future of the progressive movement.
Liberal billionaire George Soros's advocacy organizations are lobbying lawmakers on Capitol Hill to repeal an act protecting firearms manufacturers from liability for gun crimes including murder, disclosure forms show.
A political action committee that is part of a network launched by failed Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams pushed $1.2 million over to a separate but affiliated dark money entity that is planning to ramp up 2020 voter efforts in swing states, Federal Election Commission filings show.
A new federal political action committee with ties to a shadowy network of liberal billionaires has contributed $100,000 to help Virginia Democrats retake the statehouse, according to FEC filings from the organization.
Senate Democrats pressuring the Judicial Crisis Network (JCN), a right-leaning organization, to release a list of their donors have close ties to liberal dark money groups themselves and receive help from such outfits for judicial fights.