|What difference does it make where the money came from?|
Via RWN. If this story proves out, and there's evidence to suggest that it will (follow the link for details), Hillary Clinton is a vile human being.
A recent article on Observer detailed an unbelievable happening in the Hillary Clinton campaign, impacting her low-income donors. To make an extremely long story short, Hillary for America is systematically overcharging and stealing from Hillary’s poorest donors, and it’s happening at such a frequency that the fraud department at one of the nation’s biggest banks is receiving up to 100 phone calls a day from Hillary’s small donors, asking for refunds for unauthorized charges to their bank cards made by the Clinton campaign....What’s worse, there’s another disturbing trend within the Hillary Clinton campaign’s theft. As unwitting donors are charged multiple times, it’s always for a total of less than $100, which is a key trigger point for banks’ internal action systems that would require them to investigate the fraud. So, this hardly seems like an accident, but rather a well thought out, purposeful plot to try to take advantage of Hillary’s own donors.
Perhaps the Clinton campaign feels that the 'donors' will complain to the banks, the banks will regard it as small potatoes, they'll refund the discrepancies and it will amount to the Clinton campaign robbing from the banks and not the poor. That doesn't make it less of a problem. In any case, expect the standard blow-it-off response from the campaign; 'These were merely clerical errors made by volunteers and action has been taken to rectify the problem. Move along, nothing to see here.'
It's not that funny but I think I'll have to start referring to Hillary Clinton as Hilarity Clinton on my Thursday Hillary Bash segments because the things she does are so repulsive that you have to just laugh. Of course it's never her, it's always someone else on her team. There's always plausible deniability. But the tone of the campaign comes from the top, not the bottom. No, apparently what comes from the bottom is the unintended funding.