This tale of Democrat malfeasance contains all the elements. High-level Democrats getting illegal money from the usual cast of Leftist criminals.
Attorney General Bill Barr uncovered a massive scheme that illegally funneled money from foreigners to the campaigns of high-level Democrats.
As it turns out America, Democrats are far more nefarious in interfering with American elections than the Russians. In fact, Democrats interfere in America’s elections more than all enemy nations of America. Because in case you missed the party, Rip…Democrats are anti-American.
The list of the Dem organizations taking this illegal money is incredible. Aside from almost every state Democrat organization and many super PACs, so did many prominent Democrat politicians.
Adam Schiff and Ted Lieu, Jon Tester, Cory Booker, Hillary Clinton, and the list goes on and on. Further, one of those charged in this scheme is George Nader–a key witness in the Mueller farce that Democrats called an investigation.
CNN highlighted Nader’s history of child pornography back in 2019:
George Aref Nader, who was a key witness in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, was arrested on child pornography charges Monday in New York, federal prosecutors announced Monday.
Nader was arrested upon arrival at John F. Kennedy International Airport for “transporting visual depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.”
He previously pleaded guilty to the same charge in 1991, the Justice Department said.
If convicted, he faces a minimum sentence of 15 years in prison and a maximum of 40 years.
So this convicted child molester worked to funnel $3.5 million to Hillary Clinton’s campaign. And he worked to get money to other Democrats. Foreign money. Middle-Eastern money.
However, we shouldn’t be surprised to hear of Clinton’s involvement.
Her campaign kept Weinstein a secret. And Clinton was well aware of the Anthony Wiener/ underage girl debacle. So much for that whole “advocating for the advancement of women” thing.
From the Department of Justice:
Earlier today, an indictment was unsealed against the CEO of an online payment processing company, and seven others, charging them with conspiring to make and conceal conduit and excessive campaign contributions, and related offenses, during the U.S. presidential election in 2016 and thereafter.
Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and Assistant Director in Charge Timothy R. Slater of the FBI’s Washington Field Office made the announcement.
A federal grand jury in the District of Columbia indicted Ahmad “Andy” Khawaja, 48, of Los Angeles, California, on Nov. 7, 2019, along with George Nader, Roy Boulos, Rudy Dekermenjian, Mohammad “Moe” Diab, Rani El-Saadi, Stevan Hill and Thayne Whipple.
The 53 count indictment charges Khawaja with two counts of conspiracy, three counts of making conduit contributions, three counts of causing excessive contributions, 13 counts of making false statements, 13 counts of causing false records to be filed, and one count of obstruction of a federal grand jury investigation. Nader is charged with conspiring with Khawaja to make conduit campaign contributions, and related offenses.
Boulos, Dekermenjian, Diab, El-Saadi, Hill, and Whipple are charged with conspiring with Khawaja and each other to make conduit campaign contributions and conceal excessive contributions, and related offenses.
According to the indictment, from March 2016 through January 2017, Khawaja conspired with Nader to conceal the source of more than $3.5 million in campaign contributions, directed to political committees associated with a candidate for President of the United States in the 2016 election.
By design, these contributions appeared to be in the names of Khawaja, his wife, and his company. In reality, they allegedly were funded by Nader. Khawaja and Nader allegedly made these contributions in an effort to gain influence with high-level political figures, including the candidate. As Khawaja and Nader arranged these payments, Nader allegedly reported to an official from a foreign government about his efforts to gain influence.
The indictment also alleges that, from March 2016 through 2018, Khawaja conspired with Boulos, Dekermenjian, Diab, El-Saadi, Hill, and Whipple to conceal Khawaja’s excessive contributions, which totaled more than $1.8 million, to various political committees.
Among other things, these contributions allegedly allowed Khawaja to host a private fundraiser for a presidential candidate in 2016 and a private fundraising dinner for an elected official in 2018.
That’s not all folks!
These guys were caught with their hands in the cookie jar. But did they confess? Try to make right their list of wrongs? Not at all.
The indictment further alleges that, from June 2019 through July 2019, Khawaja obstructed a grand jury investigation of this matter in the District of Columbia.
Knowing that a witness had been called to testify before the grand jury, Khawaja allegedly provided that witness with false information about Nader and his connection to Khawaja’s company. Boulos, Diab, Hill, and Whipple also are charged with obstructing the grand jury’s investigation by lying to the FBI.
Currently, Nader is in federal custody on other charges.
You can see a list of all the donations here.