Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Pro-Hillary group takes $200K in banned donations

Via Billy

A super-PAC backing Hillary Clinton has accepted $200,000 in donations from a company holding multiple contracts with the federal government — despite a ban on such contributions.

According to a review of contributions by The Hill, Boston-based Suffolk Construction made two contributions of $100,000 to Priorities USA, which is backing the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

At the time it made the contributions, Suffolk held multiple contracts worth $976,560 with the Department of Defense for maintenance and construction projects at a Naval base in Newport, R.I., and the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y., according to the government website

More @ The Hill


  1. The Clinton Crime Family never let a little law stand in their way.


    1. Because they know what is best for us peons............

  2. I don't understand how it is legal for Haglery to be able
    to accept contributions from foreign countries. Seems to
    be a conflict of interest. Serving one master, the citizens
    of these united States is the mission. Stay out of foreign

    1. It isn't legal, but being that the AG is a commie, she won't enforce the law.