OMG, the new initiative that conservative icon James O’Keefe launched after leaving his long-time home of Project Veritas, has reportedly just published its first investigative report, which uncovered a possible money laundering conspiracy involving Democrat political campaigns.
OMG looked into the data provided by the Federal Election Commission (FEC) on the well-known Democrat fundraising organization ActBlue.
In the course of their inquiry, they came across a significant amount of data on the contribution activities of individual contributors, most notably older folks.
According to the statistics provided by the FEC, certain people are listed as making hundreds of gifts each year, which, when added together, total enormous sums — in some cases, more than $200,000.
According to the report, multiple donations to political causes could have been made in the name of private citizens without those citizens knowing anything about it or that some of the citizens might have been involved in this practice of money laundering.
The report also states that these private citizens might not have known that some of the citizens might have been involved in this alleged money laundering practice.
In the video that has been made public, James O’Keefe can be seen strolling throughout the city of Annapolis, Maryland, as well as several of its neighborhoods interviewing individuals who had participated in the scheme.
O’Keefe was present in order to pose questions to a number of individuals who, according to the records maintained by the Federal Elections Commission, are enormous contributors to the Democratic Party.
These individuals have contributed financial support to a number of organizations, including Act Blue, amongst others.