Sunday, September 18, 2016

Hillary Is Accused Of Defrauding Her Middle-Class Donors; Are Middle-Class Taxpayers Next?

Fraud: An eye-opening story in the New York Observer claims that the Clinton campaign is systematically overcharging small-time donors. If true, it's a huge story. It's also a foretaste of what Hillary will do if elected president.
The Observer followed up on a local Minnesota news item from June about an 81-year-old who says she made a one-time donation of $25 to the Clinton campaign, then found her credit card getting repeatedly charged by Hillary for America. There were two $25 charges on March 16, a $19 charge on March 29, and two more $25 charges in the months after that, despite efforts of her lawyer-son to put a stop to them.
In its report, the Observer says multiple sources confirm that Clinton's campaign is "purposefully and repeatedly overcharging them after they make what's supposed to be a one-time small donation through her official campaign website."
The Observer says one major banks is getting up to 100 calls a day from small donors who want refunds on unauthorized charges made by the Clinton campaign. The story notes that the overcharges tend be less than $100, which is below the threshold for the bank to investigate.
Read the rest of the story HERE.

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