Why Dems Don’t Talk About “Dark Money” Anymore – IOTW Report

Why Dems Don’t Talk About “Dark Money” Anymore


Democrats have complained about so-called “dark money” for a decade, but they benefited from $1.5 billion in “dark money” spending in the 2020 election, compared to $900 million for Republicans, according to a recent New York Times analysis.

“Dark money” is money spent by groups outside campaigns and political parties that do not have to disclose their donors — either because they are organized as “social welfare” organizations under section 501(c)4 of the federal tax code, or as 501(c)3 charities receiving contributions from donor-advised funds that allow many donors to remain anonymous. More

11 Comments on Why Dems Don’t Talk About “Dark Money” Anymore

  1. Why Dems Don’t Talk About “Dark Money” Anymore….

    Be…cause…..black people are….poor?

  2. Wild Bill
    All of the dems are financed by foreigners.
    Selling off America a little at a time.
    Does having more sheep, up the value?

  3. Oh I see. I make a joke about hunter biden incest and it’s all thumbs up. I make one joke about how dems think all black people are poor and it’s like none of you know me.

    It’s ingratitude is what it is.

  4. The New York slimes just can’t help itself:
    “And Mr. Trump’s baseless claims about voter fraud hamstrung Republican efforts to compete…”

    The Big Lie is alive and well at the NYT. Even as the evidence mounts, it is still “baseless claims”.

  5. @Wild Bill January 31, 2022 at 9:23 pm

    > 0bama accepted campaign donations from foreigners. Isn’t that illegal?

    Only if you’re American.

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