Thursday, February 26, 2015


The National Review reports that there are fundraising groups that prey on Republicans, pretending to be raising money for GOP candidates and causes while pocketing most of the money.[1]  One group, “The National Draft Ben Carson for President” Super PAC, has raised $13 million - but they are not affiliated with Carson and none of their money has gone to him.[2]  According to reports, tens of millions of dollars have been collected by dubious organizations.[3]

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[1] Jonah Goldberg, National Review columnist
[2] Conservative blogger John Hawkins, “50 Million Down The Tubes: How 17 Conservative PACs Are Spending Their Money”
[3] Erick Erickson, editor of

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