It appears that Hillary Clinton's crookedness runs deeper than her ties to foreign governments through the Clinton Foundation. Investigative journalists have recently uncovered highly unethical fundraising practices that manage to keep one toe inside the boundary of the law. Here's what's happening.

Multiple sources have told reporters at the Observer that they have visited Clinton's campaign website to donate a one-time, small amount of money to Clinton's cause. When these donors check their bank statements, however, they are seeing multiple, unauthorized charges pop up on their accounts.

According to an anonymous source at Wells Fargo's fraud department, about $1000 per day is being drawn from their accounts illegally by Clinton's campaign.

But when people like Carol Mahre, an 81-year-old woman, donate to Clinton's campaign online, they find that they get charged multiple times for differing amounts.

In Mahre's case she was charged multiple payments of $25, and then a payment of $19. But here's the kicker. All of the unauthorized payments came out under $100, the threshold for most major banks to investigate fraud claims.

Mahre's son brought the story to the news and to the Clinton campaign. The local news picked up the story and it received some traction. But Clinton's campaign only removed Mahre from their donor list. They didn't do anything about refunding her the money that they took from her.

The anonymous Wells Fargo fraud specialist said that the Clinton campaign knows about the $100 limit and they're very careful to stay under that.

"We don’t see any charges over the $100 amount, they’ll stop the charges just below $100. We’ll see her campaign overcharge donors by $20, $40 or $60 but never more than $100."

The sad part is people still think that it's okay to vote for Clinton over the other options in November's election. She is as crooked as they come but the big media won't be picking this story up. It's up to us to share this truth.

h/t: Observer

 

 

 

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