O’Keefe Media Group Uncovers Disturbing Allegations of Money Laundering in Political Campaigns
ActBlue Once Again Implicated
In a groundbreaking investigation, the O’Keefe Media Group (OMG) has shed light on a potential nationwide scheme involving senior citizens being unwittingly used to launder millions of dollars into political campaigns. Through extensive data analysis and corroborating interviews, OMG has exposed a concerning pattern of excessive donations made in the names of Maryland voters, raising questions about the integrity of the political fundraising process. While legacy media outlets have seemingly dismissed these allegations, OMG’s diligent efforts bring this issue to the forefront, uncovering a possible money laundering operation that demands further scrutiny.
Questionable Donations and Dubious Contributors:
OMG’s investigation, supported by Election Watch and verified through publicly available records, reveals a startling number of donations made in the names of Maryland voters. What is particularly troubling is the frequency with which some individuals have supposedly contributed—over 10,000 times since 2019. These contributors, referred to as “smurfs” in relation to their involvement in the money laundering structure, would have had to make an astonishing number of daily contributions to maintain such extraordinary levels of giving. The majority of these questionable donations are linked to ActBlue, a prominent Democrat fundraising entity.
OMG released this video yesterday, (06/28/23) showing they have found even more instances of this fraud.
Victims Speak Out:
OMG’s dedication to exposing the truth led them to conduct in-person interviews with the affected senior citizens. The interviews provide poignant accounts of unsuspecting individuals who were shocked to learn about the significant sums attributed to their names. Garland Riggs, a Maryland resident, expressed disbelief when informed that he and his wife had supposedly donated over $230,000. Mr. Riggs vehemently denied the donations, urging OMG’s James O’Keefe to help uncover the truth behind this perplexing situation. Cindy Nowe, another Maryland resident, also expressed surprise at the reported $18,000 in donations attributed to her, emphasizing that her actual contributions were far less.
Election Administrators and the Need for Accountability:
Despite the mounting evidence and personal testimonies, the top election administrator in Maryland, Linda Lamone, claimed ignorance regarding these alleged irregularities and declined to comment further. This lack of transparency from those responsible for overseeing fair elections is deeply concerning. It highlights the urgency of holding election administrators accountable and demanding a thorough investigation into these potential financial fraud schemes.
The Wider Scope and Urgency:
These troubling revelations are not confined to Maryland alone. Democratic PACs such as Warnock for Georgia, Amy for America, and Progressive Turnout have emerged as common recipients of these suspect donations. Peter Bernegger of Election Watch aptly describes the contributors as “smurfs” engaged in money laundering activities. As OMG continues its pursuit of truth, it calls upon fearless individuals with integrity to join in this crucial endeavor, uncovering more victims and shedding light on what could potentially be the largest financial fraud scheme in U.S. history.
The allegations of money laundering into political campaigns, as uncovered by the O’Keefe Media Group, raise serious concerns about the integrity of the fundraising process and the individuals entrusted with safeguarding our elections. The tireless efforts of OMG and their commitment to exposing the truth deserve our attention and support. It is imperative that we hold accountable those responsible for these potential financial fraud schemes, ensuring a fair and transparent electoral system for the sake of our democracy.
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