Data analyst Chris Gleason came out with a new report on the millions of dollars in donations sent to Democrat candidates across the country in the most recent election cycle.
The Gateway Pundit earlier reported on the $24 million in donations from hundreds of unemployed donors to Raphael Warnock in Georgia.
Chris Gleason next looked at “campaign finance mules” in Missouri after The Gateway Pundit spoke with Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft who asked us about the number of campaign mules in Missouri.
Chris was taken aback by what he discovered. Chris uncovered the most prolific campaign finance mule he has yet exposed.
According to Chris, “Steven in Missouri” made 1,411 political donations totaling $180,727.97 in the last two years.
And Steven is UNEMPLOYED.
Chris said, “When I noticed this “generous donor” I was taken aback by the number of times that he donated. By far this was the most amount of “Times Donated” that I have found thus far in the states that I have looked into.”
Steven from Missouri donated on average 19 times a day.
Chris also uncovered “Catherine in Missouri.” Catherine from Frontenac is also unemployed and made 1,793 donations totaling $181,386.27.
These are just two of the worst unemployed campaign finance mules we discovered operating in the state of Missouri.
Joe Hoft reported on this phenomenon earlier in his TGP report.
It turns out that millions in donations were sent to candidates like Raphael Warnock from “money mules” around the country. Warnock was the top beneficiary of all 2022 Democrat candidates of this money distribution scheme.
In April 2022, engineer Chris Gleason began working on his first data project involving elections. The project was tied to the 2022 midterm election. This was unique for Chris because he had been involved in tech and data for the majority of his adult career although he never used his expertise on a political project.
The goal was to determine who was most likely to vote for which candidate and how likely they were to support particular candidates and causes.
What he and a small group of others determined was that Washington State had a massive network of campaign finance mules. They identified massive numbers of registered voters in Washington State who were making thousands of donations to Democrat party candidates nationwide and progressive PACs. The individual donation amounts were not large. These donations were small and had been intentionally set up to avoid throwing up reg flags.
These “Money Mules” were not wealthy individuals. They were average Americans, living in an average house in an average neighborhood. Or at least that is how it would appear. The investigative group observed massive patterns and red flags in the data. One of the biggest flags was that all of these campaign finance mules in Washington State had been making donations to Raphael Warnock in Georgia.
We do not yet have the full picture in Missouri. Our investigation continues.