FEC Hits Hillary, Her Campaign, And DNC Hard

FEC Hits Hillary, Her Campaign, And DNC Hard

The Steele Dossier always was somewhat of a red herring. It was the sort of thing that made a person want to take a shower and not in the manner described in the document. As the background of the thing unraveled, the people who oppose President Donald Trump tried very hard to ignore its origins and just who the people were who were behind its creation and ultimate use.

The paper trail was followed, and, of course, Hillary Clinton and the Democrat Party were found to have financed the creation of the thing by laundering the payments through a law firm. They claimed that the payments were for legal fees, and one conservative think tank disagreed.

The Coolidge-Reagan Foundation first filed a complaint with the [Federal] elections commission in 2018, requesting that the Clinton campaign and the DNC be held accountable for various violations of the Federal Election Campaign Act with regard to their funding of the dossier, which was used to launch an investigation into then-candidate Donald Trump, but which was later determined to be fake.

This week, the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) ruled on that request:

In a memo sent Tuesday, the FEC informed the foundation that following a review, it agreed with the allegations. The Washington Examiner was the first to report on the news.

“After conducting an investigation in this matter, the Commission found probable cause to believe that the DNC Services Corp./Democratic National Committee and Virginia McGregor in her official capacity as treasurer violated [52 U.S. Code § 30104] and [11 Code of Federal Regulations 104.3],” the memo stated.

“The Commission further found probable cause to believe that Hillary for America and Elizabeth Jones in her official capacity as treasurer violated [52 U.S. Code § 30104] and [11 Code of Federal Regulations 104.3],” it continued.

As a result of this, the whole kit and kaboodle got hit with a fine.

The reported violations had to do with various provisions of federal law regarding reporting requirements. In response to the violations, the FEC levied fines against Clinton’s treasurer and the DNC’s treasurer of $8,000 and $105,000, respectively.

The memo also noted that on Feb. 17, the FEC received signed conciliation agreements from the DNC and the Clinton campaign.

So, in the end, the Steele Dossier was made up and the Democrats lied about it.

Typical.

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