The seat of power in the presidential debate system clearly rests in the hands of Democrats favoring their candidate.
The money flow showing a weighted system propping up Hillary Clinton reads like a criminal black-book laundry list of funneled money. She couldn’t have bought more influence if she sold her husband’s speeches a few more times to foreign billionaires.
A few thousand here, a few thousand there, and Clinton is in bed with her own powerful clique of supporters who’ve sold themselves to get her elected.
From The Daily Caller:
Chief members of the Commission on Presidential Debates have historically donated to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and to the Democratic party overall.
The Commission on Presidential Debates was founded in 1987 to ensure that debates are nonpartisan and provide the general public the best possible information. It is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation that has sponsored all debates since 1988.
Nonpartisan doesn’t factor into this influence-peddling crew where members have funneled money to Democrats and Clinton for almost two decades. The laundry list tallying the money flow follows:
Co-Chairman Michael D. McCurry donated to Hillary Clinton campaigns from 2000 to 2008, giving her a total of $5,650 over eight years. In 2006, during her first push for the White House, McCurry gave Clinton $2,100. There is even a Federal Elections Commission lawsuit that alleges McCurry gave $7,500 to Hillary Clinton from 2008 to 2012.
Richard D. Parsons, member of the board of directors for the commission since 2011, gave $7,900 to Hillary Clinton while she ran in 2008, and contributed again during the 2016 cycle. Interestingly, Parsons was invited to speak at the Clinton Global Initiative in 2007, just one year before his first large donation to Clinton in 2008.
A long-time supporter of the Democratic Party, Paul G Kirk, co-chairman emeritus of the commission, gave Secretary of State John Kerry $6,250 since 1990, and gave the maximum $4,600 to now-President Barack Obama in 2008. “Senator Obama is the one candidate who, in the best tradition of American history, will not take us back but will lead us to a new future,” Kirk proclaimed in May of 2008.
Rep. Jane Harman, member of the board of directors since 2014, came out in full support for Hillary Clinton in 2016. “Hillary’s strength and experience make her uniquely qualified to be Commander in Chief and deliver the change Americans want,” Harman said in a press release.
Harman’s husband, Sidney Harman, gave Clinton $2,300 during her first run for president in 2008, and $25,000 to the Democratic National Committee in 2004. He also gave more than $64,000 to Democratic Party committees and progressive PACs.
Shirley M. Tilghman, member of the board of directors since 2014 and former president of Princeton University, came out in public support for Hillary Clinton in a 2011 video. Two years later, she is now a sitting member of the Commission on Presidential Debates.
Hear how Tilghman drools over Clinton:
Clinton has obviously been working toward the White House since her husband left office. What she’s been able to keep quiet until the onset of social media and digital document trails is her connections in power who’ve paid handsomely to see her elected.
Her pattern of peddling influence, gaining financial support with the promise of paybacks has come to light in more ways than the average voter can follow. Americans will have to dig in, focus on the slime and crime of Clinton – while battling mainstream media’s constant shielding of Clinton – to stop Clinton from stripping citizens of their freedoms.
She owes so many favors to those who’ve bought into her shell game that she’ll never have time to settle their demands for payback and actually do anything constructive for the people.
Clinton and her cronies own the election system, only voters can stop them from seizing the country.