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Frequent Contributor

circles back to the DB loans

https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2019/09/donald-trump-has-never-explained-a-mysterious-50-millio...

Our constitutionally elected POTUS could easily clear all of this up with disclosure of his taxes and related documents.

Might be that he didn't ghost a loan in order to not have to recognize $50M in loan write off as income, maybe he did.

Does come back to the same period where DB wrote a related loan down and refinanced him through the private wealth division, purported by some to be a brokered loan from Russian oligarchs.

 

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Frequent Contributor

Re: circles back to the DB loans

would have been a good route out of a bad situation for DB and Trump.

Senior Advisor

Re: circles back to the DB loans

 

The secretive Arabella Advisors may be one of the most impactful and sophisticated leftist funding outfits that you never heard of, a centralized hub that runs nonprofit arms that in turn have spawned a nexus of hundreds of front organizations outwardly designed to appear grassroots but that evidence the common theme of more government control in the lives of Americans.

Arabella’s vast network was unmasked in an extensive exposé by conservative watchdog Capital Research Center, which documents the shadowy system developed by, housed in, and staffed by the for-profit, privately held Arabella Advisors.

The Arabella firm in turn manages four nonprofits: the New Venture Fund, Sixteen Thirty Fund, Windward Fund, and Hopewell Fund. It is these nonprofit entities that play host to hundreds of groups and projects that promote interests and political movements strategically deployed in an ongoing campaign to nudge the country to the left.

Arabella’s nonprofits spent a combined $1.16 billion from 2013-2017 alone with the aim of advancing “the political policies desired by wealthy left-wing interests through hundreds of ‘front’ groups,” according to the report. “And those interests pay well: the network’s revenues grew by an incredible 392 percent over that same period.”

“Together, these groups form an interlocking network of ‘dark money’ pop-up groups and other fiscally sponsored projects, all afloat in a half-billion-dollar ocean of cash,” states the report. “The real puppeteer, though, is Arabella Advisors, which has managed to largely conceal its role in coordinating so much of the professional Left’s infrastructure under a mask of ‘philanthropy.’”

A specialty of the Arabella network seems to be the quick turnover of hundreds of “front” groups, especially websites timed to impact current events and designed to look like “grassroots” Astroturf organizations but that actually function as part of an orchestrated movement to advance the political interests of hidden leftist donors.

 

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/09/04/the-left-has-a-500-million-dark-money-atm-machine-call...

Advisor

Re: circles back to the DB loans

You can probably thank The Roberts Court for that to a certain degree 

Hard to figure out here if you and the spook who wrote it are trying to say any of it is illegal or if you’re just yelling on the playground from over there under the monkey bars “NO FAAYER!”.

Senior Advisor

Re: circles back to the DB loans

We're just discussing money and politics. The dems are truly the party of the rich, by the rich, and for the rich.

Frequent Contributor

Re: circles back to the DB loans

That is a rounding error compared to the what the other side has.