DNC & Clinton Fined by FEC

This week the Federal Election Commission (FEC) fined the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Hillary Clinton campaign for president a combined $113,000 for concealing their payment of more than a million dollars for the fabrication of derogatory allegations against Donald Trump in the “Steele Dossier.”

A spokesman for the DNC denied guilt, but said “we agreed to pay the fine in order to expedite the closing of the investigation. All things considered, the amount we had to pay was well worth it. The Steele Dossier’s allegations enabled the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller and a two-year harassment of President Trump and sabotaging most of his agenda. This gave our Party the opportunity to win a majority of Congress in the 2018 election and subsequently were able to block any further Republican accomplishments.”

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