BREAKING: Famous Dem BUSTED W/ Hundreds Of Thousands Of STOLEN Dollars


The recent report that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, a self-proclaimed Democratic-Socialist, has moved $200,000 from his campaign into the non-profit institute that employs both his wife and son is an eyebrow-raising move with potentially concerning implications.

Sanders frequently speaks out in favor of fairness and equality within the capitalist system, yet it appears that he’s doing quite well for himself financially in the process.

Questions arise surrounding the true purpose of this non-profit organization as to what exactly it does – if anything at all.

Some have suggested that this could be a way for Sanders to funnel money away from public scrutiny in order to benefit himself personally or his family members without being held accountable for it later on down the road.

Overall, Bernie Sander’s decision to transfer $200,000 from his campaign funds into an unknown non-profit institute run by his family members raises serious ethical issues which cannot go unanswered without further investigation.

If Bernie truly believes in equality and fairness within our society then he should also apply those same values to himself, otherwise he will inevitably lose credibility amongst his supporters and colleagues alike.

From FOX News:

Bernie Sanders funneled $200K in campaign cash to wife and stepson’s nonprofit institute, records reveal

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders quietly funneled $200,000 from his campaign’s coffers to his wife’s nonprofit institute, which appears to do very little work and pays six figures’ worth of compensation to her son, Fox News Digital has found.

The independent senator’s committee cut two $100,000 checks to the Sanders Institute for reported charitable contributions in January and March, its Federal Election Commission records show. The expenditures are the largest from the Sanders campaign to any entity this election cycle.

The senator’s wife, Jane O’Meara Sanders, and stepson, David Driscoll, co-established the Sanders Institute in 2017 to act as a think tank to promote progressive voices, The Washington Post wrote at its launch…

Just two years after its launch, in 2019, the institute announced it would suspend operations as Sen. Sanders sought the Democratic nomination for president to avoid the “appearance of impropriety” and presumably to take away a line of attack from his rivals over its money.

A search of FEC records shows that Sen. Sanders’ 2020 presidential campaign sent $350,000 to the institute in April 2021. A nonprofit called Wend II Inc added $250,000 to build “content capacity” that year, according to its own tax forms. Wend II Inc’s director is James M. Walton, the son of James Carr Walton, one of the wealthiest businessmen in the world and an heir to the Walmart fortune.

The two donations accounted for roughly 84% of the $716,000 the Sanders Institute raked in throughout 2021.

The Sanders Institute, meanwhile, has previously come under the spotlight over its operations from local outlets.

In 2018, VTDigger reported that the think tank had little to show during its first year, including sparse original content. The outlet also found that much of it was recycled from other sources, much like it remains today.




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