Poor Hillary Clinton just cannot seem to shake off the shady characters that are her very best supporters. In this report, her campaign has not returned contributions received from Backpage.com. This group may be responsible for setting up underage prostitution. Congress has been all over them like stink on a rose and the State of California definitely has it in for them. Do you think Hillary needs the money? Probably not. Then why has it not been returned or donated?
As Written By Joe Schoffstall for the Free Beacon:
Hillary Clinton’s campaign appears not to have returned or donated to charity the more than $5,000 in contributions from the former co-owner of a website linked to underage prostitution and whose donations have backed a number of current and former Democratic politicians into a corner.
Controversy surrounding donations from the owners of Backpage.com, an online classified website that has come under fire from politicians including Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.), has forced a number of politicians—particularly in the state of Arizona—to return or donate the tainted contributions.
Jim Larkin, a former co-owner of Backpage, gave a $5,400 contribution on July 26, 2016, to the Hillary Victory Fund, a joint fundraising effort between the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee (DNC), and more than 30 state Democratic parties. The money was then transferred to Hillary for America, Clinton’s campaign committee.
The campaign appears to have not returned the money to Larkin, a search of Federal Election Commission records shows.
A number of Democratic politicians in Arizona have come under fire as a result of the contributions they received from Backpage’s former co-owners as their legal troubles began to mount.
The Arizona Republic published an investigative report in April that found Michael G. Lacey, the other co-owner of Backpage, donated $162,000 to Democratic politicians on the state and federal level in recent years.
Following the report, the Washington Free Beacon discovered one politician who received contributions from an owner that the publication had missed: David Garcia, the Democratic candidate for governor in the state. Garcia announced he would donate the money from his campaign to …..
KEEP READING THERE IS MORE HERE: