Barack Obama’s Campaign Was Fined $375,000 for Campaign Finance Donations — Why Didn’t Liberal SDNY Prosecute Obama?
FOX News legal expert and best-selling author Gregg Jarrett UNLOADED on the New York State acting Attorney General Robert Khuzami and the “snot-nosed kids” and “morons” who put together the amateur accusations against Michael Cohen and targeting Donald Trump.
Gregg Jarrett went off after the New York Southern Division accused President Trump of campaign violations by paying hush money to two women from his own pocket.
Gregg Jarrett has argued for months that using your own money and not campaign funds to pay off former lovers.
Of course, the NYSD said nothing when Obama was accused of campaign finance donations.
In January 2013 the Obama Campaign was fined $375,000 for campaign reporting violations.
Obviously, the Southern District of New York did not for an instant consider filing charges against this failed liberal president.
President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign was fined $375,000 by the Federal Election Commission for campaign reporting violations — one of the largest fees ever levied against a presidential campaign, POLITICO has learned.
The fine — laid out in detail in FEC documents that have yet to be made public — arose from an audit of the campaign, which was published in April. POLITICO obtained a copy of the conciliation agreement detailing the fine, which was sent to Sean Cairncross, the chief lawyer for the Republican National Committee, one of the groups that filed complaints about the campaign’s FEC reporting from 2008…
…The major sticking point for the FEC appeared to be a series of missing 48-hour notices for nearly 1,300 contributions totaling more than $1.8 million — an issue that lawyers familiar with the commission’s work say the FEC takes seriously. The notices must be filed on contributions of $1,000 or more that are received within the 20-day window of Election Day.
More than half of those contributions were transferred from the Obama Victory Fund,a joint committee between the campaign and the Democratic National Committee.