- According to Mr. Schoffstall, Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign apparently has not returned or donated to charity more than $5,000 that it received from a former co-owner of a website that has been linked to underage prostitution.
- The donation came from a major person involved with Backpage.com which is an online classified website that may have connections to child prostitution.
- Jim Larkin used to be a co-owner of that website and gave the Hillary Victory Fund campaign $5,400 on July 26, 2016 that was then transferred to the Hillary For America campaign committee.
- A search of the Federal Election Commission records shows that the money was not returned or donated to a charity.
- And Hillary cannot claim ignorance since a number of other Democratic politicians, mostly in Arizona, have returned the poisoned money they received, from both Larkin and the other co-owner of the site, Michael G. Lacey, after the child prostitution allegations became public.
- David Garcia, once a Democratic Party candidate for governor of Arizona, disposed of his Backpage donations by donating the money to homeless youth and victims of sex trafficking.
- Other Arizona politicians have done similar things to rid themselves of these donations including Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick who is donating her tainted money to the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence.
- According to the article: “The controversy surrounding Backpage.com spilled over after Arizona State University partnered with the Phoenix Police Department and found that 80 percent of the postings on the adult section portion of the website involved prostitution. More than 900 ads were found in the Phoenix area alone, including advertisements for underage girls.”
- The article goes into detail on how Congress and law enforcement have been investigating and detailing the misdeeds of this website and its owners and operators, making almost impossible for HIllary Clinton and her people not to know what type of people have donated to their campaign.
- In fact, back in 2010, during the Obama administration, the ATF actually approved the sale of bump stocks.
- According to a Conservative Fighter website article: “The ATF approved the devices because they do not convert a semiautomatic rifle into an automatic. Rather, they are an accessory that allows semiautomatic rifle owners to mimic automatic fire for short bursts.”
- The Washington Post has reported that the ATF official, Rick Vasquez, who signed off on the approval to sell bump stocks called them “a goofy, little doodad.”
- The feeling was that the use of bump stocks results in highly inaccurate aiming and firing and makes weapons jam more easily, at least according to Vasquez: “[Bump stocks are] for those guys who want to look like super ninja when they’re out on the range — they’re the people my peer group makes fun of. If you want a machine gun, join the Marines.”
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