Hacked Hillary Email Reveals This Illegal, Secret $100 Million “Project” … Arrest Her Now–47gh.,b43
A computer hacker calling himself Guccifer 2.0 has released emails that showed a $100 million voter registration effort funded entirely by a foreign entity.
A Swiss billionaire named Hansjorg Wyss used his foreign Wyss Foundation to spend the money on a voter registration and get-out-the-vote strategy to deliver wins for Democrat Party.
The problem is that a foreign entity is not allowed by law to participate, contribute or impact any U.S. election in any way, according to the Washington Free Beacon. Neither is a non-profit that doesn’t fall within the ‘political action committee’ status.
The Wyss Foundation used 501(c)(3) tax-deductible non-profit status to claim the project was something other than political, but unearthed commentary proves it was nothing but.
“If we don’t invest heavily in the Democracy strategies now, there is a risk that our ability to drive our issue agenda will be severely curtailed,” read a memo on the subject. “These investments lay the groundwork for robust, transformative issue campaigns.”
Wyss has donated to U.S. political candidates before, even though he is personally barred from doing so by federal law, so it’s easy to see this project moving forward with no reservation.
Memo Reveals Clinton Foundation Donor’s $100 Million Registration, Turnout Push
Document released by hacker who claims to have breached DNC network
A Swiss billionaire and seven-figure Clinton Foundation donor is pouring millions of dollars into a nonprofit voter registration and turnout operation and appears to have shared information about the project with the Democratic Party, a leaked document reveals.
The document details the scope of Democratic efforts to boost grassroots organizing, and sheds light on how some of the left’s deepest pockets are facilitating those efforts through nonprofit vehicles generally restricted to charitable activity.
According to the memo, the Wyss Foundation initially planned to spend $100 million over the next five years on voter registration, outreach, organizing, and legal and policy advocacy on voting laws. But that won’t be enough, the group said.
The document, titled “Wyss Foundation Democracy Strategy Discussion Memo,” was saved in a Microsoft Word file suggesting it was created in March 2015.
“We believe these efforts will alter the electorate, but they will not do it in time to fully achieve the Wyss policy agenda within the next ten years,” the memo stated.
To speed the effort, “we are proposing … to accelerate a portion of that (approximately $75 million) into an immediate five year window, and spend it on a registration and engagement surge.”
The bulk of that increased spending, or $50 million, would go toward the registration surge. “Given the high cost, this would have to be done in partnership with other funders,” the memo notes.
Another $25 million would go toward “integrated engagement and organizing” and “non-voter research and outreach.”
The Wyss Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation, meaning it cannot finance explicitly political projects. But the group sees opportunities to shift the electorate in ways that advance its policy agenda under a nonpartisan banner.
Wyss, a Swiss citizen, has donated to numerous federal and state political campaigns despite legal bans on political contributions by foreign nationals. While the law provides exceptions for lawful permanent residents, Wyss revealed in 2014 that he does not have a U.S. green card.
In addition to political campaigns, Wyss has generously supported the Clinton Foundation. The foundation’s website states the Wyss Charitable Endowment has given it between $1 million and $5 million.
Wyss’ now-defunct HJW Foundation previously employed Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, who received $87,083 from the group in 2013 for consulting services.
The Wyss Foundation is also a member of the Democracy Alliance, a leading left-wing donor club that is financing efforts similar to the foundation’s work on registration and turnout operations.
The liberal adoration for everything that’s wrong in this world was perfectly highlighted this week when Deport Racism, a twisted pro-illegal immigrant immigration organization, uploaded a video to YouTube featuring young Latino children spewing a whole lot of nonsense about 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
So to recap, a liberal organization shamelessly exploited a group of Latino kids and had them spew profanities galore in a video, just to attack GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
All this video did is prove that liberals are willing to stoop to the lowest level possible just to get across their talking points, all of which are based on little but lies.
Trump is not a racist and Trump does not hate Latinos. Trump, like the rest of us, despises illegal immigration, which according to the U.S. Constitution is a crime.