Welcome to Part 2 of this Investigation into the Clinton Foundation.
The Last time We met, we talked about the Soros Connection into the Clinton Foundation and his influence on Clinton and the Democratic Leftists.
We will continue to investigate that, and we will start looking at some high profile individuals that have been deeply involved with the foundation during its time.
The Web may be deep, but the web is so deep, the heart of the government is entangled within. By bringing this to light, this may be so big, that it could cast a spotlight on the whole government and the Democratic political party.
Let’s go back to the chart and take a look at some other interesting connections that Link Soros to the Leftist movement.
The Center for Popular Democracy, according to it’s website has a mission stating:
The Center for Popular Democracy works to create equity, opportunity and a dynamic democracy in partnership with high-impact base-building organizations, organizing alliances, and progressive unions. CPD strengthens our collective capacity to envision and win an innovative pro-worker, pro-immigrant, racial and economic justice agenda.
Their most recent Tax filing shows this:
The 2013 Tax Returns show that the CPD had $3+ Million in revenue, some of it from Democracy Alliance, Ford foundation and Bauman foundation… (Not clarified in Tax Return)
But only $400,000 went to actual assistance to organizations in the US.
What is so important about this? Well, Look at the chart again. This corporation has given to:
- Organize Now: a community-based, nonprofit member organization of low and moderate income people dedicated to the principles of social, racial, and economic justice and the promotion of an equal and fair Florida for all, according to their website.
- Action Now: A community based organization aimed at providing for the black community and encouraging them to fight for “injustice and racial inequality”, according to their website.
And other Left-leaning organizations.
While it may not be much, it is still troubling to see where this money from Soros is going to.
Let’s move onto the next corporation/organization:
Maplight states, according to their website,
We research and compile data about the sources of campaign contributions in U.S. presidential, congressional, state, and local ballot and candidate elections. We provide journalists and citizens with transparency tools that connect data on campaign contributions, politicians, legislative votes, industries, companies, and more to show patterns of influence never before possible to see. These tools allow users to gain unique insights into how campaign contributions affect policy so they can draw their own conclusions about how money influences our political system.
However, According to the chart above, Maplight has been giving money to some very major corporations.
Maplight, funded by the Democracy alliance, has given major money donations to corporations such as Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, Google, and some other left leaning major corporations, in what appears to be an attempt to either dig dirt on the republican candidates to besmirch their integrity, funding to censor Right-wing news and opinions, or both, or potentially hide information on Democratic candidates.
The reasoning for this is some of these companies rigging the elections, Such as Microsoft, Endorsements from major corporations and celebrities, such as google, and many other factors behind the money laundering.
In 2010, George Soros underwrote a joint project between MapLight and the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism to highlight the influence of money in Wisconsin politics, according to the Milwaukee Journal sentinel, which led to the protests in Wisconsin that nearly brought the entire state government to a halt.
It is possible more companies, organizations and persons received money from this organization to orchestrate attacks on republicans and hide records that may be harmful to that corporation or person.
Let’s move onto the next web area:
America Votes, according to their website, is a left-leaning, progressive supporting organization that states:
America Votes has been the common link between many of the largest and most influential issue and membership organizations in the country. Our work has brought together a wide range of causes and built a unified coalition that has transformed how the progressive community works. Together, we have engaged communities across the country to take action on critical issues – from fighting for working families, to advancing women’s healthcare, to protecting the environment and more – and mobilized millions of voters to turn out on Election Day.
Again, funded by Soros and Democracy Alliance, This group has aimed their tactics on Progressive areas and groups inside the United States.
Redacted Tax Funds show the following:
The America Votes organization gained $12.7 Million in revenue and spent $5.1 Million, $4 Million going to political expenditures.
Redacted Schedule B documents show that there were 2 $1 Million donors to the organization in 2012, with also some ranging in between $10,000 and $900,000 in individual donations in 2012-2013 fiscal year.
Let’s move onto another area of the chart:
New Media Ventures is seen as, according to their website:
We are the first national network of angel investors supporting media and tech startups that disrupt politics and catalyze progressive change.
This group receives funding from the following:
- Faithful America: Faithful America is the largest and fastest-growing online community of Christians putting faith into action for social justice. Our members are sick of sitting by quietly while Jesus’ message of good news is hijacked by the religious right to serve a hateful political agenda. We’re organizing the faithful to challenge such extremism and renew the church’s prophetic role in building a more free and just society.
- coworker.org: A startup/petition site where workers can petition for changes in the workplace.
- Crowdtangle: The company provides Targeted Sharing, a digital advocacy tool that helps Facebook users find causes and organizations they care about, discover new opportunities for volunteering and community engagement, and connect with friends who share similar passions. According to Bloomberg.
- Shareprogress: our mission is to help progressive organizations achieve success through the use of data and technology. Innovations in these fields have made it possible to organize and campaign more effectively than ever before, but most groups don’t have the knowledge or ability to take advantage of these advances. We help progressive organizations harness these innovations for their work. A progressive leaning company focusing on promotion and sharing of a specific website or program.
And other major donors that wish to promote the organization that attacks the media and attempts to obstruct the democratic process.
Again, this is funded by Soros, in which controls Media Matters for America, which has a similar purpose.
There’s still a lot more of this chart to get through, but we will get to that in the next blog post. For now, let’s focus on some individual donors.
Let’s talk about David Brock:
David Brock is the founder of the liberal organization, Media Matters for America.
David Brock has also operated the American Bridge 21st Century PAC, Which has been donating to The Clinton Campaign via Donations to other PACs and Super PACs.
And guess who has contributed to this PAC?
David Brock has also been seen giving this money to Correct the Record, another Pro-Hillary PAC
From there on, The Money has been flying all over the place, Including a Quarter of a Million donation from CTR to Hillary for America!
Correct the Record has also received nearly Hal a Million from Brock’s PAC.
Now, Why is David Brock such a beneficial person for Clinton? Well, read this article and see where exactly the money is going:
Here are some groups I forgot to mention:
The Bonner Group (nonprofit fundraising firm)
The Bonner Group is a fundraising consulting firm that raises money for American Bridge and Ready PAC, which we know from FEC filings, and other groups like Media Matters, which was reported by The New York Times. Bonner solicits donations for these groups, who then pay Bonner a sizable cut — in the first six months of 2015, American Bridge super PAC paid Bonner $593,007. So we have no idea how much of American Bridge, Media Matters or Ready PAC’s money comes through Bonner Group fundraising, but we do know that Bonner makes a lot of money off it, and that David Brock thinks he’s getting “the best fund-raising product for the lowest cost.” Media Matters’ 2013 990 form reported they paid $1.4 million for fundraising services.
American Democracy Legal Fund (527 organization)
The group has only received two contributions: $50,000 from American Bridge, and $25,000 from the National Education Association. It’s worth noting that while they’re alleging illegal coordination between GOP campaigns and super PACs, the group is chaired by Brad Woodhouse, president of Correct the Record, which is (supposedly legally) coordinating with the Clinton campaign
I’m running out of space to put this, So We will end it Here for now.
But this investigation is Far from over.
Next time, we will talk about more individuals closely tied to the Campaign of Clinton and more about the Clinton Foundation.