According to an investigation, Fani Willis is linked to massive election fraud and money laundering.
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In an unexpected turn of events, a bombshell investigation has found staggering connections between Fani Willis and a vast web of money laundering and election fraud schemes.
The political landscape will undoubtedly be rocked by Fani Willis’ involvement.
According to the investigation, our Constitutional Republic’s and the rule of law’s basic foundation have been attacked by a sophisticated network of illegal operations spanning numerous states and territories. According to people with direct knowledge of the situation, Willis benefited greatly from the Federal and Georgia RICO schemes. She looks to be actively arranging a deliberate plan to rig election results right now, raising concerns about the legitimacy of the entire voting system.
The team discovered a huge money-laundering network of campaign finance contributions made through ActBlue in the run-up to the 2022 midterm elections. Senator Raphael Warnock of Georgia was among the major benefactors of this RICO money laundering scheme. The vast money-laundering network that supported the Raphael Warnock campaign was first reported on by The Gateway Pundit.
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As the inquiry moved forward, we increased the scope of our efforts to include additional states, including Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Arizona, and eventually every state.
We uncovered a remarkable discovery while collaborating with Steven Kovac of the Epoch Times. Numerous prominent ActBlue “Contributors” have never made individual donations. Many of these “Not Employed Individual Contributors” were the victims of a highly sophisticated money laundering scheme.
When I gave James O’Keefe and his team at O’Keefe Media Group the information, they were able to catch many unwary “Money Laundering Smurfs” in Maryland, further exposing the fraud.
Wire fraud, avoiding political financing restrictions, structuring financial transactions, tax fraud, fraud against non-profits, identity theft, and elder exploitation are all part of this vast continuous money laundering enterprise.
The RICO scheme is still active today. This huge RICO money laundering scheme serves as the fuel for the entire election fraud RICO operation by using the identities of unwitting elderly and other democratic voters.
Dr. Peter Hotez, a distinguished professor at Baylor College of Medicine, has faced allegations of funding linked to the Chinese military at the Wuhan lab.
BUYING A DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Federal, state, and local governments are all involved in the criminal money laundering operation. Alvin Bragg was the first municipal official to be named as a participant in this ongoing money laundering scheme.
The network of people who had been labeled as smurfs gave Alvin Bragg a sizable amount of campaign financing. The investigation into Alvin Bragg also revealed how pre-paid credit and debit cards were used to structure campaign finance contributions and pay for ballot harvesting mules.
Does anyone find it strange that Alvin Bragg accused Donald J. Trump of violating the law regarding campaign finance while also profiting from a RICO money laundering scheme?
Has Alvin Bragg yet issued refunds for all illegal contributions made to his campaign?
BUYING THE “JUSTICE YOU WANT”
The Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Janet Protasiewicz’s campaign was also implicated in this organized distribution of illegal campaign financing funds. Massive sums of money were donated to the Janet for Justice campaign by “Individual Contributors” who were also linked to the ActBlue RICO money laundering operation on a national scale.
In 2023, how much will it cost to purchase a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court? Over $23.3 million was raised, primarily from leftist PACs supported by businesses connected to Soros and the ActBlue money laundering scheme.
Massive individual contributions were made to the PACs that provided the majority of the funding for the Janet for Justice campaign by the ActBlue money smurfs and mules operating countrywide.
The State of Georgia’s campaign finance database can be accessed “HERE” for details on Fani Willis’ campaign contributions.
We found 222 contributions to Fani Willis’ campaign with NO contributor identification, which was the first issue we found in her campaign finance report.
Another intriguing fact was how many of the donations made to the Fani Willis campaign came from outside of the state. Numerous of these out-of-state donations matched the description of the ActBlue money laundering scheme participants and victims that we had located in every state in the United States.
Using the FEC campaign funding database, you can look up the names for yourself “HERE”.
The out-of-state “SMURFS” aroused a lot of skepticism.
After more research, a pattern once more started to emerge. One of the senior citizens on the list said that she had never given any money to Fani Willis’ campaign when asked about making campaign contributions. She reassured me that she had not contributed to several campaigns.
Significant questions were raised by another intriguing pattern. Why has this specific “campaign contributor” made contributions to campaigns using addresses from several states? This “Fani Willis Campaign Contributor” was found to be a voter in numerous states after further examination.
Another “INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTOR” was named “Fani Willis Campaign Contributor” who had made a single gift to the campaign and used addresses in several different states, including Florida, Wisconsin, Illinois, and New York.
By chance, through ActBlue, this person made identical “CONTRIBUTIONS” to the same PACs and campaigns.
The same person’s name appeared on voter registration lists for several states, where they cast mail-in ballots.
We discover that every one of the “INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTORS” to the Fani Willis campaign is funding the same PACs and candidates after looking into their past donations through ActBlue.
This recurring pattern of “ACTIVITY” at the national, state, and municipal levels appears to have begun on a large scale in 2018.
Just at the federal level, one of the out-of-state supporters of Fani Willis’ campaign has given more than 9,178 times since 2018.
What does it cost to buy the Atlanta District Attorney race?
How is it that starting in 2022, a little-known district attorney in Atlanta, Georgia, would get so many campaign finance contributions from out-of-state residents who are “NOT EMPLOYED”?
The nationwide money laundering RICO operation is seen to be contributing more and more to PACs, and these PACs are funding local candidates, which is happening at an alarmingly rapid rate.
Several of these PACs are closely linked to the multiple Soros-connected groups that actively take part in widespread electoral fraud, money laundering, funding terrorist networks, and the vast, ongoing RICO scheme.
Warnock and the other Democratic candidates and PACs have started to change the way they conduct business since we first revealed the ActBlue enterprise funding. But we have made it very plain who is involved and how they have been illegally swaying the results of elections across the country.