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Monday, March 11, 2019

Red China helped finance Jeb

Low Energy Jeb turned out to be Red China's Bush Boy as well.

The Sun Sentinel in Florida reported, "A Super PAC that spent more than $100 million in support of Jeb Bush’s failed 2016 presidential campaign has been hit with a massive fine by the Federal Elections Commission for soliciting more than $1 million in political contributions from Chinese nationals."



Graphic via Reddit.

Now we know why Jeb ran for president: to protect Red Chinese interests.

The newspaper reported, "Right to Rise USA, created to propel the former Florida governor into the Oval Office, was slapped with a $390,000 penalty on March 4 following a lengthy investigation into money donated by a California company called American Pacific International Capital and solicited by Bush’s younger brother, Neil. The company, wholly owned by a corporation based out of China, was fined $550,000 in December in relation to the same case."

The Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint to the FEC in August 2016, which led to the fine.

Of course, the FEC has done nothing about Hillary accepting $100 million from foreigners that was laundered by her fake charity.

But at least one political dynasty got spanked today.

16 comments:

  1. May be we'll see more spankin' "She Guevara (AOC)" is next..
    that way Nancy's hoof prints won't be on it..

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    1. Nah, the FEC is too busy not investigating Hillary's campaign laundering of $84M through the state Democratic party campaign funds.

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  2. There is a lot more Communist Chinese money in U.S. politics than people realize. It's how they influence (buy) politicians to provide the predatory financial edge they have enjoyed since the Clinton administration. A primary recipient (and redistributor) are the Globalists in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. - Elric

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    1. Yes and I would venture a guess that more dollar$ flow into Uni Party coffers from the PRC than drug cartels by a long shot.

      Think about it....open borders/no wall...the handicapping of the USA is of great benefit to the Chinese overlords.

      Time for some serious forensic accounting of representatives in the gov't.

      SC

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  3. Gosh he could be fined $25 and warned not to do it again.

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  4. $390K? Chicken feed. Peanuts. Neil Bush the same clown in charge of the security company of the WTC on 9/11.

    They live above the law. Fines are just a way of sharing a piece of the action.

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  5. Neil Bush is the Typhoid Mary of the GOP elite. Everything he touches he infects. Wasn't he at the epicenter of the savings and loan crisis during the First Bush Incompetency 1989-93? I would say lock Neil and Low Energy in the same prison cell as Hillary, but she's probably too butch for the Bush femme-boys.
    -TK

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    1. Yup. Neil B. was a director at Silverado during the S&L mess.

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  6. Jeb! Whoda thunk. Hahahaha.

    The only thing that could have been better is if the money was Russian instead of Chinese.

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  7. Recall that Bush 41 was the first US ambassador to China in the early 1970s. The Bush dynasty and China have been tight ever since. Remember Brett Scowcroft clinking champagne glasses with Deng Zhou-ping after Tienanmen Square?

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  8. The PAC is run by NeverTrumper Mike Murphy who has been pounding the Russian Collusion story as loudly as any Democrat.

    And now we find out that he's in bed with the ChiComs?

    What an absolute D-bag. Go jump in a lake, Murphy.

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  9. > But at least one political dynasty got spanked today.

    Yes. The Republican one, of course.

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  10. Want to say both sides of Bush family were instrumental in German/Russian Oil fields w predecessor of Brown Brothers Harriman back in early 1900s - foundation of a lot of Bush wealth, so Russkie/Nazi collusion over 100 years old...

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  11. I don't think the Germans had oil fields until they took the Russkie ones in WWII.

    Neil claimed he knew nothing when Silverado collapsed, but we can probably generalize that.

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  12. Seems like there more than enuf paranoia to go around to just about everybody.

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