Sunday, July 30, 2017

Lil Miss Nancy Pelosi, FEC & ActBlue Sucks

Once upon a time, I filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) about using a foreign national symbol of Poland in a mayoral political campaign in the United States.

Even though it took some time for a response, basically, well after the local election, the FEC responded in a letter stating that [sic] I did not properly state the question and the election was over.

So, I said to myself, "The FEC sucks."

Now comes, today.

I want to file a complaint with the FEC to request investigation into violations of campaign finance which crosses multiple jurisdictions.

Unfortunately, with the FEC website, and hopefully its policies, under reconstruction, in the filing of a complaint process, one must either retain legal counsel or be a master at the construction of a legal complaint.

That is just wrong.

Reporting fraud should be easy, devoid of technical and financial barriers for the whistleblowers.

First of all, there is no where found in the U.S. Constitution that a private organization, the BAR, (a.k.a. American Bar Association) controls the courts or the right of access to justice based upon one's ability to pay for the right to redress grievance.

And for those who will claim the ABA offers pro bono assistance, keep in mind it is a token program, limited to 50 hours, nor is it for things such as civil rights actions like this.

I. Filing a Complaint

Any person may file a complaint if he or she believes a violation of the Federal Election Campaign Laws or Commission regulations has occurred or is about to occur.  The complaint must be made in writing and sent to the Office of General Counsel, Federal Election Commission, 999 E Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.  20463.  The original must be submitted along with three copies, if possible. Facsimile or e-mail transmissions are not acceptable.  A complaint must comply with certain requirements.  It must:
  • Provide the full name and address of the person filing the complaint (called the complainant); and
  • Be signed, sworn to and notarized. This means that the notary public's certificate must say "...signed and sworn to before me...," or words that connote the complaint was affirmed by the complainant, (such as “under penalty of perjury”).
Furthermore, in order for a complaint to be considered complete and proper, it should:
  • Clearly recite the facts that show specific violations under the Commission's jurisdiction (citations to the law and regulations are not necessary);
  • Clearly identify each person, committee or group that is alleged to have committed a violation (called the respondent);
  • Include any documentation supporting the allegations, if available; and
  • Differentiate between statements based on the complainant's (the person who files the complaint) personal knowledge and those based on information and belief. Statements not based on personal knowledge should identify the source of the information.
Secondly, keeping in mind that the FEC is currently updating, there should not be such legal barriers in place when it comes to reporting fraudulent or suspected fraudulent activities with the click of an app on your hand held device or computer.

This leads me to believe this is just one reason why the FEC has done relatively, absolutely not a damn thing when it comes to ending the laundering of dark money, gained from fraudulent activities, into political campaigns.

Instead of waiting for another letter of dismissal, which would probably take about 3 months or more, I thought I would just put it out there for my #Superfans to do another one of those romantic, cross-jurisdictional conjugal collaborations.

Enters Nancy Pelosi, or rather her FEC campaign finance filings.

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Nancy has a campaign website for her campaign committee, Nancy Pelosi For Congress.

The FEC rules says that one must state the campaign website page address for the candidate committee, yet Nancy's Treasurer left this blank, as has been done for years and years.

So, what had happened was....

(Make sure to click the link, above, or you will miss out on the best part of the tale!)

Behold, I have validated my position to further aver that the FEC needs to coordinate with U.S. House Ethics, IRS to present a case to DOJ on the questionable financial activities of Nancy Pelosi and her joint campaign finance activities with the DNC.

As we continue down this dubious path of Lil Miss Nancy's fundraising, we meet ActBlue, the fundraising arm of the Democratic National Committee.

ActBlue has raised almost $2 billion since 2004.

Wow.  That made me take pause because Lil' Miss Nancy has been running the show for quite some time with the Democratic Party.

I did not run to be elected; I ran to elevate the issues of Medicaid fraud in child welfare, oh, and because the Meanies were trying to take my friend out of office, again.

Therefore, I needed to go deep inside the Michigan Democratic Party to learn how they functioned, because from what I observed from the field was that it sucked, along with the majority of its operatives, but that is another story and another link I am going to omit from this tale, at this time.

I had had a taste of the DNC and the DCCC in DC and it sucked, even worse, at a much more sophisticated level.

So did ActBlue, a private corporation, because I found out that for every dollar contributed to a candidate's campaign, it snatches almost 50%, which is why I did not even make an effort to fundraise.

Too many Meanies!

I found out that the longer you are in office as a U.S. Representative, the more money you must pay as "dues" to the party.

To this date, no one has yet to answer why, a Congressman, who represents one of the most poorest congressional districts in the nation as a Democrat, an individual who has dedicated his live to bring civil rights to the historically disenfranchised, has to pay over $250,000 a year to garner the support of a political party, which only used him, behind his back, to fundraise and never report to the FEC.

Needless to say, those "dues" were never paid, but money was flowing into the campaign, right out its back doors, with virtually pennies, if the Meanies felt like allowing a pittance to save face of "doing something" for the people.

But I digress.

Back to Lil Miss Nancy.

So, here is my query: "If there are questionable campaign finance activities in the DNC, and Lil Miss Nancy is at the helm, and Lil Miss Nancy has not properly filed her FEC Candidate Committee filings, and Lil Miss Nancy has been forced, throughout the years to "disavow" lots and lots of campaign contributions, then, is she engaging in other questionable campaign finance activities?"

Allow me to present my findings:

Lil Miss Nancy has multiple ActBlue fundraising pages.

I checked with the FEC and Lil Miss Nancy has never filed to be a presidential candidate, neither did I find any FEC reporting to the amounts raised through this ActBlue page reported in itemization with the FEC.

There is no FEC filing for Nancy4Me.

Oddly enough, the "Nancy Pelosi Victory Fund" Statement of Organization, a DCCC entity, is filed with the FEC, but, in furtherance, I aver that there is a clearly demonstrated pattern of deceptive campaign financial practices in not listing the webpage or its url.

I would be remiss to fail and mention that might just be associated with <=== notice the 's', which might be the same pattern of laundering dark & dirty money like Lil Miss Nancy, but we shall never be able to solve this mystery unless the FEC engages in a romantic conjugal collaboration with House Ethics and the IRS to verify my complaint that Nancy Pelosi sucks.

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Lil Miss Nancy might just walk away having pockets stuffed with laundered dark & dirty money that, more than likely, came in through child welfare fraudulent activities, just like her BFF, with the assistance of other Meanies in DC, which is actually just a small group of a few people that I shall not name at this time, but they know damn well who they are.

So, as always, the moral of the story is:  Do not be mean to my Sweetie.  Period.

To be continued...
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