We all know that David Brock is a vicious attack dog for the Clintons. His Media Matters group is just one group that relentlessly attacks those who disagree with the Clintons, and anyone else deemed too “right wing” for Democrats’ liking.

But is there something improper going on with the various Brock-controlled groups?

That’s the allegation aired in this Zero Hedge post, Money Laundering Scheme Exposed: 14 Pro-Clinton Super PACs & Non-Profits Implicated:

This is serious.

  • David Brock operates over a dozen pro-Clinton organizations from his office in Washington DC.
  • Uncovered records expose a constant flow of money between his organizations.
  • Brock’s unregistered Professional Solicitor, the Bonner Group, receives a 12.5% cut every time money is moved.

There’s a reason why David Brock chooses to house an unregistered Professional Solicitor in his office to raise money for his conglomerate of Super PACs and non-profits.

Professional Solicitors are required to disclose their active solicitation contracts.  Brock wants his unregistered solicitor, the Bonner Group, to keep their client list hidden for a very specific reason.

Here are two charts from the post. Confusing!



The missing link in the post is Brock’s connection to the Bonner group — does he profit personally? Does someone related to him do so?

The facts in the post warrant investigation.


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