Prepare to be outraged. Far left wing loon Massachusetts Congresswoman Michelle DuBois took it upon herself to take to Facebook to warn her “Illegal Constituents” about fake Ice raids which were about to take place in her district.
Voice and a Champion? For whom, criminal illegals?
Of course in typical liberal low life classless politician fashion, she apparently responded to the calls of outrage.
But there is always Karma involved with people like this. If you look closely at the at the Facebook post begging for money from hard working American peons you notice something else.
But because Karma does exist and it’s a beautiful thing……
Apparently, since Michelle DuBois enjoys posting things on social media before making sure they are indeed legal. She appears to have violated another law. This time it’s a campaign finance law, according to a letter sent to the director of the OCPF:
Michael Sullivan, Director
Office of Campaign and Political Finance
One Ashburton Pl # 411
Boston, MA 02108
Dear Mr. Sullivan,
On behalf of the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, I request OCPF to review the campaign committee of State Rep. Michelle DuBois and her use of a PayPal account that appears to be in violation of state campaign finance law. (See State Rep. DuBois’ PayPal here: https://www.facebook.com/michelle.dubois.52056 and below).
OCPF’s regulations require that a political committee that solicits contributions using PayPal must request occupation and employer information from contributors giving $200 or more in a year before directing the contributors to the PayPal site. In addition, the website must require contributors to certify, with an affirmative action, that they are responsible for making payments on the credit card and that the contributor’s personal funds will be the true source of the contributions. (See November 29, 2011 Agency Action Letter: http://files.ocpf.us/pdf/actions/orrall_11.pdf). It appears Rep. DuBois’ PayPal site is in violation of both requirements.
In response to OCPF’s review of a similar case (see November 2011 Agency Review), if the committee did not receive affirmative replies for the contributions in question, those contributions must be refunded. Such contributions must be returned as part of restitution, as the monies constitute an illegal advantage.
On behalf of the members of The Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, thanks so much.
Paul Diego Craney
Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance
The OCPF monitors donations to political campaigns. PayPal offers no way to verify where the donations are coming from, which is partly how Obama was able to garner so much money in small donations during the 2008 presidential campaign. Corporations, criminals or foreign entities could get around US campaign finance laws by making small PayPal contributions from various accounts, again, Obama 2008.
Of course, this is campaign finance 101, but we already see DuBois doesn’t care about the rule of law. Seriously Massachusetts, this the best you could do? Seriously?
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