Hillary Clinton faces Charges for Attacks On Trump

The Federal Election Commission fined Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee for deceiving the public about the funding of the debunked “dossier.”

The unproven and salacious anti-Trump dossier was used in a smear campaign against Donald Trump weeks before the 2016 presidential election, which was ultimately unsuccessful.

Clinton’s treasurer was fined $8,000, while the Democratic National Committee’s treasurer was fined $105,000 by the Federal Election Commission.

According to The Washington Examiner, “the election office discovered that Clinton and the Democratic National Committee violated severe laws on declaring expenditures of monies routed to the opposition research firm Fusion GPS through their legal firm.”

The report continued, saying:

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According to the election commission, Clinton and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) violated strict restrictions on declaring expenditures of cash diverted to the opposition research firm Fusion GPS through their legal firm.

The Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign paid the law firm Perkins Coie a total of $1,024,407.97 for Fusion GPS’s information, and the party and campaign concealed the reason for the payment by claiming it was for legal services rather than opposition research.

Instead, the Democratic National Committee spent $849,407.97 and the Clinton campaign spent $175,000 on Fusion GPS’s opposition research on the dossier, which served as the basis for the so-called “Russia hoax” that dogged Trump’s first year in office.

According to the email, the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee contended that they were correct in referring to their payment as “legal advice and services” since Perkins Coie engaged Fusion GPS. The agency, on the other hand, said that the law was plain and that it had been breached.

According to the Federal Election Commission, “respondent[s] does not admit, but will not further debate, the commission’s decision of probable cause to proceed.” This is done just to expedite the resolution of this matter and save further litigation costs.

The paper, which was shared with the Washington Examiner, is anticipated to be made public within a month.

“This may well be the first time that Hillary Clinton — one of the most corrupt politicians in American history — has been held legally accountable, and I’m delighted to have forced the FEC to do its job for once,” the man who submitted the complaint, Dan Backer, told the Examiner. The Coolidge Reagan Foundation proved that if Americans with integrity have the guts and desire to do so, they can stand up to the Clinton machine and other corrupt political elites.”