A new legal complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission accuses the Hillary Clinton campaign of money laundering, saying the doomed Democratic nominee violated federal guidelines to bypass campaign contribution laws during her 2016 race for the White House.
The paperwork, filed by the Committee to Defend the President, accuses the Hillary Victory Fund of funneling money sent to Democratic state chapters back to the DNC and Clinton campaign; intentionally circumventing national law regarding campaign contributions.
“Based on publicly available FEC records, repeatedly throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, HVF would purportedly transfer funds to its constituent political committees, which included between 34 and 40 state parties,” reads the court filings.
“On the very same day each of these transfers supposedly occurred, or occasionally the very next day, every single one of those state parties purportedly contributed all of those funds to the DNC,” the paperwork adds.
“What we have found, people need to see,” Ted Harvey, chairman of the CDP told Fox News. “I think it’s important that the American public has an understanding of how corrupt this campaign system was and that they were doing anything they could to secure the nomination in her favor.”