Judicial Crisis Network, Heritage Action for America, and Americans for Public Trust on Thursday announced a more than $2 million joint media and grassroots campaign against two of President Joe Biden’s senior nominees: Xavier Becerra for secretary of Health and Human Services and Vanita Gupta for associate attorney general.
The campaign focuses on the dark money that continues to flow into prominent Democrats’ hands, through radical organizations such as Arabella Advisors. The advocacy group effort is directly targeting “pay-to-play,” a strategy that permits campaign contributions from businesses or enterprises seeking government contracts.
“Dark money groups led by Arabella Advisors, among others, now want payback for helping Joe Biden get elected,” said Caitlin Sutherland, executive director of Americans for Public Trust. “Mr. Biden promised unity, but his nominees to high positions and his policy prescriptions reveal an extreme liberal agenda, on which these dark money groups are trying to cash in.”
A “dark money” organization is a