REPORT: Liberal dark money network funneled millions of dollars to groups connected to top WH officials

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The behemoth liberal dark money nonprofit network operated by Washington, D.C.-based firm Arabella Advisors funneled millions of dollars to organizations founded or previously led by top White House officials.

The billion-dollar network — which consists of the Arabella-managed nonprofits Sixteen Thirty Fund, New Venture Fund (NVF), Hopewell Fund, Windward Fund and North Fund — gave at least $7.8 million to three groups tied to separate senior administration officials in 2021, the first year of President Biden’s tenure. The five organizations under the Arabella dark money umbrella collectively raised nearly $1.6 billion from undisclosed donors last year.

“Ultimately, our goal is to empower changemakers to focus on their mission, without the burden of time-consuming and costly administrative matters associated with starting or running a charity,” Lee Bodner, the president of NVF, wrote in his group’s 2021 impact report earlier this month.

E Pluribus Unum Fund, a group that former New Orleans mayor and Louisiana lieutenant governor Mitch Landrieu founded in 2018, received the largest chunk of money from the liberal network, raking in a whopping $9.5 million from two nonprofits within the network between 2020 and 2021.

Coincidentally, Biden appointed Landrieu as a senior adviser responsible for implementation of the bipartisan infrastructure law last year.

E Pluribus Unum touts on their website that they are building initiatives “focused on cultivating and empowering courageous leaders who are advancing racial equity, changing the divisive narratives that perpetuate systemic and interpersonal racism, and championing transformative policy change.”

Another left-wing group, the Center for American Progress (CAP) received at least $425,000 from the Arabella network last year.

Coincidentally, John Podesta, CAP’s founder and board chairman, also got a job within the Biden administration, as Biden appointed him to implement climate programs earmarked in the recently-passed Inflation Reduction Act.

The report provide details on other former associates of the dark money groups, who now have spots within the Biden administration, including:

  • Michael Regan
  • Gina McCarthy
  • Vanita Gupta

Fox News also writes:

Each Arabella-managed fund hides its donors and acts as a fiscal sponsor to other left-wing nonprofits by providing their tax status, which allows the fiscally sponsored groups under their auspices to avoid filing tax documents to the IRS since they are not standalone organizations. The five funds also move substantial amounts of cash to progressive groups outside their network.

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  1. Our government has always been corrupt, but they used to try to hide it. Now they don’t care if people know, they know nobody will do anything about it. Inside of 10 years this country will collapse.

  2. All while the dodo birds watch Americas destruction. It will happen within and most are too f’n stupid to get it. Ignorant sheepeople trolls


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