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(Natural News) Prior to his White House installment, Joe Biden brought in a record-breaking number of anonymous donations, also known as “dark money.”

Despite previously criticizing the acceptance of dark money by politicians, China Joe and his cohorts had no problem accepting a whopping $145 million from shady donors. This is the largest sum ever on record for a candidate, exceeding the previous one of $113 million that was funneled to Mormon Mitt Romney back in 2012.

President Donald Trump, by comparison, took in just $28.4 million in dark money during his run for the presidency. This is about one-fifth of what Beijing Biden was given to execute his regime.

Democrats have long stood in opposition to dark money, calling it a corrupting influence. The reason this money is called dark is because it is hidden behind layers of “non-profit” organizations and other corporate fronts that are designed to conceal the identities of the original donors.

The Priorities USA Action Fund, as one example, backed Biden with $26 million originally and anonymously donated to its “non-profit” arm, Priorities USA. This fund is said to be Biden’s preferred vehicle for outside spending.

Another dark money funnel is called Future Forward PAC, which spent $104 million backing Biden. Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz used this fund to give Biden $46.9 million in donations, as did Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson, who funneled $3 million through the operation.

Alphabet’s (Google) Eric Schmidt sent $2.6 million to Biden through the Future Forward PAC, while another $61 million came from Future Forward USA Action – meaning this chunk was anonymously laundered, you might say, to Biden.

“Big donors – individuals or corporations – who contributed anonymously will have the same access to decision makers as those whose names were disclosed, but without public awareness of who they are or what influence they might wield,” reports Bloomberg about how it all works.

Biden the puppet received $1.5 billion in total funding to become “president”

Keep in mind that Biden’s $145 million war chest is a mere fraction of what Biden received throughout his campaign. The official numbers show that Biden took in a record-breaking $1.5 billion from donors to become “president,” making him the most bought-and-paid-for political puppet in our nation’s history.

“The whole point of dark money is to avoid public disclosure while getting private credit,” says Meredith McGehee, executive director of Issue One, a group that advocates for reducing the influence that money has on politics. “It’s only dark money to the public.”

Pedo Joe would not be “president,” in other words, were it not for the gobs of cash that were thrown his way to steal the election from President Trump. We are all expected to just believe that Pervert Joe received more votes than any other presidential candidate in history, despite never campaigning and living in his basement throughout 2020.

“Dark money is toxic to democracy – period,” warns Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, a Democrat from Rhode Island who recognizes that the system is corrupt and broken. “The fact that progressive groups have learned to fight back using similar tactics is no excuse for continuing the plague of dark money in America.”

As pointed out by numerous commenters at Zero Hedge, nobody contributes this kind of cash without expecting some serious returns in the form of political favors.

“There are big favors that are going to be cashed in very soon,” one of them wrote about how Biden’s treason spree is only just getting started.

“Hands down the dirtiest presidency in American history,” wrote another. “What kind of idiot would hold dollars right now?”

More of the latest news about the Biden regime can be found at Corruption.news.

Sources for this article include:

ZeroHedge.com

NaturalNews.com


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