Former President Trump and his staunch allies have amassed 250 million in claims that the 2020 election has been rigged – but most of the funds that Biden won will be spent on his newly created Save America PAC instead of paying for various challenges. Went to An investigation into last year’s capital riots was revealed on Monday.
In a video presentation near the end of the committee’s second public hearing in five days, the panel’s senior investigative lawyer, Amanda Wick, said the 45th president’s campaign “falsified false election claims to raise funds, and told supporters.” That it would be used to fight voter fraud. “
According to Wick, more than $ 100 million was raised in the first week alone after election day.
The video included screenshots of emails from Trump supporters donating to the “Official Election Defense Fund.”
“The select committee found that there was no such fund,” Wick said.
The committee also played audio of Gary Kobe, the digital director of the Trump 2020 campaign, agreeing with an investigator who suggested that the fund was merely a “marketing ploy.”
Wick said most of the money went to organizations that directly benefited Trump’s family and friends, rather than “election litigation.”
The America 1 million pro-Trump think tanks – the Conservative Partnership Institute and the America First Policy Institute – plus Save 200,000 for the Trump Hotel collection and more events were included in each of the costs offered by Save America PAC for the week. Were 5 million for Strategy, the firm that helped the ‘Stop the Steel’ rally on January 6, 2021, sparked the capital uproar.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) Accused Trump and his supporters of donating in good faith to help the former president’s legal cause.
“Small-dollar donors are entitled to support candidates and the reasons for their selection, to have their voices heard, and to determine the purpose for which those funds will be used,” he said. “Throughout the committee’s investigation, we have found evidence that the Trump campaign and its surrogates misled donors about where their funds would go and how they would be used.”
“Not only was there a big lie, there was a lot of fraud,” Luffgreen added. “Donors deserve to know where their funds are really going. They deserve better than what President Trump and his team did.