Mysterious money that could be coming from foreign interests is fueling Democratic campaign efforts, according to a new analysis of cash flowing to ActBlue, a major Democratic fundraising platform.
The analysis by the Take Back Action Fund, a conservative political group, showed that in 2019, 48.4 percent of ActBlue’s donations came from people who supposedly were unemployed or who did not list any employer, according to Fox News.
“We purposely wanted to examine 2019 first, because, before COVID-19, the unemployment rate was at 4 percent or below. It’s hard to believe that millions of Americans who were out of work had $346 million to spare to give to ActBlue for liberal causes,” Action Fund president John Pudner told the outlet, adding that “4.7 million donations from people without a job … raised serious concerns.”
Pudner said he was concerned that foreign interests might be trying to impact America’s elections by pouring money into ActBlue.
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