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Politicians are always looking for ways to scam the system and make it work in their favor. We see it on both sides of the aisle, and it’s one of the main reasons the public has lost trust in our corrupt and disgraceful government.

While the right has their fair share of swindlers and crooks, the left are the ones who’ve turned scamming into an art form — and speaking “art form,” the radical left-wing group ActBlue is now under public scrutiny for alleged money laundering.

Who is ActBlue? Well, according to Wikipedia they’re an American nonprofit technology organization that enables left-leaning nonprofits, Democratic candidates, and progressive groups to raise money from individual donors on the Internet by providing them with online fundraising software.

That sounds very legal and on the up-n-up. However, there’s a lot more to ActBlue than meets the eye, as one citizen journalist named Clinton Rarey from Austin, Texas recently discovered when he dug into the groups donation process.

And what he found is startling beyond words… but the sketchy history of ActBlue goes back even further than many realize.

One publication who’s been shining a bright light on the shady doings by ActBlue from the start is Gateway Pundit.

The Gateway Pundit was the first to report that ActBlue was raising money using BLM as its front group.  ActBlue is the Democrats’ funding apparatus.  We know this from our early reporting and from the fact that BLM later admitted this.  In 2022 Black Lives Matter announced in February 2022 that the organization was deactivating its fundraising pages on ActBlue.  This was after the Washington Examiner exposed that BLM was still accepting donations on the Democratic platform despite claiming it had stopped amid questions about its finances.

The Daily Caller confirmed that ActBlue was using BLM to raise money. BLM is not a recognized non-profit organization and nonprofit organization (Thousand Currents) said it provides ‘fiduciary oversight, financial management, and other administrative services’ to BLM.

We encourage you to read their in-depth investigative piece on ActBlue here.

Now, however, it’s a group effort from many forces on the right to expose ActBlue. Clinton’s investigation reveals ActBlue’s alleged donor scam is based on programmatic undetectable small dollar donations using AI. Hey, who needs straw donors when you can program AI technology to do the hard and dirty work for you?

Clinton spoke with an 80-year-old woman living in a retirement home, who, according to the FEC, has made 26,143 donations to ActBlue, totaling $161,541.70. That works out to be 11.9 donations per day for 2,190 days straight on average.

Is that even humanly possible?

Clinton says either someone is making donations on her behalf, has access to her bank account, or ActBlue is using the elderly to launder money to politicians. He shared a video of him going to the woman’s home, as well as the breakdown of the payments she reportedly made in a tweet. He then shared those findings while responding to James O’Keefe’s video of a Wisconsin citizen journalist also investigating unclaimed contributions.

Disturbing stuff.

Is this what it appears to be: an “elderly money laundering scheme” allegedly involving ActBlue?

But it’s not just ActBlue who’s allegedly laundering money for the Democrat Party. According to court documents, actor Leonardo DiCaprio testified that a Malaysian-linked mogul funneled $30 million to the 2012 Obama campaign. The foreign mogul, Jho Low, is said to have also funded DiCaprio’s 2013 film, “The Wolf of Wall Street”. DiCaprio actually won a “best actor” Golden Globe for that role and as a result, DiCaprio and Low were reportedly friends.

The Post Millennial:

Movie star Leonardo DiCaprio took the stand in a federal trial on Monday that seeks to hammer down the details of what appears to be a money-funneling scheme that features a Malaysian financier funneling tens of millions of dollars through a prominent 90s rap artist for the purpose of donating to former President Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign.

DiCaprio plays into the saga because he was said to have partied with Jho Low, a Malaysian financier who apparently suggested to DiCaprio once during a conversation that he intended to contribute to Obama’s presidential campaign, according to the New York Post.

DiCaprio said: “It was a casual conversation about what party he was in support of, I told him what party I was in support of. And he told me that he, or he and a group, were going to make a significant contribution to the Democratic Party. … I said ‘wow, that’s a lot of money.’”

Prakazrel “Pras” Michel, founder of The Fugees, has been recruited by Low in an effort to funnel money to Obama’s re-election bid, because foreigners are not allowed to contribute to US campaigns. The report indicated that Michel had taken “tens of millions of dollars” to lobby the government on behalf of the Chinese government.

However, it turns out that much of the money was stolen. Low is now being accused of embezzling $4.5 billion from 1MDB, Malaysia’s state investment fund, per Reuters.

Sadly, however, it doesn’t end there.

A recent AP article reveals yet another alleged foreign money laundering scheme involving Democrats. This time the plot centers around a Swiss billionaire donor by the name of Hansjörg Wys, who works with the “Berger Action Fund.” The shadowy and sketchy fund was reportedly created to steer the billionaire’s wealth towards Americans politics.

The Berger Action Fund is a nondescript name for a group with a rather specific purpose: steering the wealth of Hansjörg Wyss, a Swiss billionaire, into the world of American politics and policy.

As a foreign national, Wyss is prohibited from donating to candidates or political committees. But his influence is still broadly felt through millions of dollars routed through a network of nonprofit groups that invest heavily in the Democratic ecosystem. Such groups don’t have to disclose the source of their funding — or many details about how they spend it.

Newly available tax documents show that his giving through the Berger Action Fund, which describes itself as advocating for “solutions to some of our world’s biggest problems,” swelled in 2021 to $72 million, cementing Wyss’ status as a Democratic-aligned megadonor.

Representatives for Wyss insist they comply with laws governing the giving of foreign nationals and have put in place strict policies limiting the use of donations to “issue advocacy” — not partisan electoral activities. But the fact that the money cannot be publicly traced highlights the difficulty of putting such assertions to the test.

When it comes to billionaires and con men shoveling money into the American political system, Low and Wyss are probably just the tip of the iceberg. Which raises the question: are these crooks using some kind of algorithmic software to launder their donations programmatically into small-dollar ActBlue contributions made in the name of unwitting senior citizens or other unknowing Americans? That sure would be a heck of an illegal way to buy influence with our corrupt ruling class.

The 2020 election had a big impact on many Americans. The “banana republic” nature of the entire operation left a lot of people wondering if our elections had somehow become illegitimate.

But after looking at this, and realizing how much foreign and illegal money flows through our elections, it makes you wonder if they’ve ever been legitimate.


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