Back in November 2015, the Montana Democratic Party got $43,000 from Hillary’s PAC, and the very next day they sent $43,000 off to the DNC.
A month later they did the exact same thing with $20,000.
In total, over $64,000 was laundered through the Montana Democratic Party to benefit the DNC and Hillary’s 2016 campaign.
You rub my back, I’ll rub yours.
Alas, Steve Bullock found out the hard way this week that it doesn’t work that way.
I guess the DNC pulled the rug out from under him, changing the rules that allow you into the presidential debates if you either get 1% in three different polls or raise money from 650,000 individual donors, with individuals representing at least 20 states.
Supposedly he was in and then he was out.
It just seems odd to me. I mean, here in Montana we went along with Hillary’s collusion with the DNC to launder money so individuals could get past the $10,000 individual donor threshold, something that allowed them to give $660,000 if done in 2015 and 2016.
Montana and 33 others states joined this charade to allow Hillary to cheat her way to the nomination. Surely Steve Bullock knew of this. He is one of the state’s top delegates to the DNC’s convention, after all. And he did endorse her before the election.
Guess it’s more a case of ‘you rub my back, I’ll kick you in the balls.’
Still, perhaps there was some blowback.
Over a year ago, Bill De Blasio blasted the DNC for their collusion with Hillary to cheat everyone else out of the nomination.
Then last winter we learned how much Bullock had screwed De Blasio over by sending that serial-harasser Kevin O’Brien to New York to work for De Blasio. Previously O’Brien had worked for Bullock when Bullock was heading up the DGA.
De Blasio must be smiling this week. Unlike Bullock, he’ll be in the debates, having reached the 1% polling threshold.
I never thought Democrats would congratulate themselves so much on getting 1% in the polls, but they’re falling all over themselves this year to tell you that.
Real winners, those Democrats.