SMURFING: New complaint accuses Fulton County DA Fani Willis of illegally using people’s info for CAMPAIGN DONATIONS
02/15/2024 // Belle Carter // Views

Fulton County District Attorney (DA) Fani Willis is involved in a massive fraud scheme for her campaign funds, according to independent journalist Peter Bernegger.

He made this revelation in an exclusive interview with fellow independent journalist Emerald Robinson. Bernegger said he and his colleagues uncovered discrepancies in the DA's campaign funds following an extensive review. These discrepancies, he added, suggest that a large number of people were being used to make campaign donations to Willis without their knowledge.

More precisely, their names and addresses are being used for these donations – a tactic known as "smurfing." This tactic is a known structured money laundering scheme that takes money from unwitting individuals, often seniors. Their identities are then used to mask these contributions, amounting to identity theft and elder financial abuse.

Bernegger and his team have found numerous out-of-state donors for Willis that fit the political nonprofit organization ActBlue's money laundering profile. A total of 220 donations amounting to approximately $23,000 lacked the required name or address information – clearly violating Georgia election law.

They also found donations exceeding the $3,000 limit, amounting to another $27,000 in unlawful contributions. The suspicious donations now stand at over $160,000, which meant that all of the amount was apparently "smurfed" into the Willis campaign. The team also alleged that over 50 percent of her campaign contributions were unlawfully obtained through these methods, thereby compromising the legitimacy of her election.

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"We are filing  under sworn oath a complaint to the Georgia State Ethics Commission against Willis of $160,000 in smurfing," Bernegger announced. "You add these numbers up, and we're over 50 percent, at least, of all her money coming into her campaign. It was unlawful, illegally obtained – and basically, she cheated in her elections by using that money,"

The said complaint could lead to a thorough examination by the state attorney and possibly law enforcement agencies, given the criminal nature of the allegations. As the complaint goes forward, critics raise questions regarding the potential consequences for Willis. Should the allegations be proven true, the repercussions could range from legal action, including arrest and indictment, to political ramifications, such as removal from office.

Probe links Willis to election fraud and money laundering activities

In September 2023, the Gateway Pundit (GP) first reported a bombshell investigation that uncovered Willis' sprawling web of election fraud and money laundering activities.

Sources close to the matter suggested at the time that the district attorney was a massive beneficiary in the Federal and Georgia RICO (racketeer influenced and corrupt organizations) enterprises – groups of people or entities that engage in a pattern of racketeering activity, such as illegal gambling, drug dealing or extortion.

It looked as though she played a key role in orchestrating a systematic scheme to manipulate election outcomes. In the lead-up to the 2022 midterm elections, a team of investigators uncovered a massive money laundering network of campaign finance contributions being made also via ActBlue. One of the top beneficiaries of this money laundering RICO enterprise was none other than Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock. As GP's investigation progressed, the pundits expanded their efforts into other states such as Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin and Arizona, and then into every single state.

It also found that many of the ActBlue donors never made individual contributions. The scheme was further exposed when the GP team provided the data to James O'Keefe and his team at O'Keefe Media Group, who captured many unwitting "money laundering smurfs" in Maryland. O'Keefe is an American activist and a producer known for founding Project Veritas.

This big-time money-making operation involves wire fraud, evasion of campaign finance limits, structuring of financial transactions, tax fraud, nonprofit fraud, identity theft and elder abuse. According to reports, the scheme is still in operation up until today. (Related: Fulton County, Ga., DA Fani Willis faces 22 articles of impeachment for "malfeasance, oppression and tyrannical partiality.")

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