Both Parties Enthusiastically Violate Ban on Super PAC Coordination

File this one under “no kidding”.

The Intercept:

The Supreme Court determined that this would not “give rise to corruption or the appearance of corruption” so long as Super PACs’ expenditures were truly independent — i.e., not coordinated with candidates’ campaigns.

But after years of inaction by the FEC, campaigns have realized that this restriction can be ignored. And now both the Trump and Clinton campaigns are coordinating with Super PACs in the same way your hands coordinate with your brain.

Read more HERE.


About Chuck Norton

Political issue strategist and communications professional. I write about politics, education, economics, morality and philosophy.
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