G. McConway
September 28, 2022

REPORT: Fake Charities Dropping Millions to Help Democrats

When you are a charity, you are not supposed to get involved in politics.

A recent Washington Examiner report says that is happening on a grand scale.

The beneficiaries… Democrats.

It’s Illegal

When you are granted 501(c)(3) nonprofit status, by law, you cannot engage in partisan electioneering, or efforts to aid political candidates and affect the results of elections, in any way.

You can advocate, but you cannot touch an election, period.

Yet, groups like the Voter Participation Center, State Voices, and Voter Registration Project are all arms of the Democrat Party.

Washington Examiner reported, “This Everybody Votes Campaign appeared again in 2019 when reporter Teddy Schleifer obtained leaked copies of a memo from the Democratic super PAC Mind the Gap, which instructed donors to give to the Everybody Votes Campaign (housed within the Voter Registration Project) and the Voter Participation Center because of the tax breaks and to keep the whole thing a secret from the media.

“From 2016 to 2020, the Voter Registration Project and its satellite education fund raked in over $120 million.”

Yet, for some reason, the IRS has looked the other way in this massive scam.

You see, for the most part, it has gone unreported because a headline with a non-profit is not sexy enough to generate a lot of clicks, so the media does not bother investigating or reporting it.

Most Americans have no clue just how powerful these so-called “charities” are in our elections.

Source: Washington Examiner

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