FEC Exonerates Ted Cruz After Communist Front Group Accuses Him of Breaking Ethics Laws… FEC Also Throws Out Complaint Against Congressman Matt Gaetz

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via dailycaller:

The Federal Election Commission (FEC) cleared Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz of wrongdoing in August after a left-wing activist organization accused him of breaking campaign ethics laws, Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings show.

FEC officials determined Cruz “did not personally benefit” from using campaign funds on Facebook ads to promote his book “One Vote Away,” the commission said in an Aug. 14 Statement of Reasons explaining why the committee will not pursue any further action against Cruz.


Cruz provided an affidavit showing that he directed his publisher to donate the book’s royalties to charity and that his family did not benefit financially from the book.

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via newsmax:

The Federal Election Commission threw out a complaint last month against Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., that accused him of improperly using campaign funds.

The original complaint had alleged that the lawmaker used campaign funds to pay attorneys abetting him in a protracted Department of Justice investigation over sex trafficking allegations.

After looking into it for nearly three years, DOJ officials ended the probe in February. The investigation centered on claims that he paid women for sex and traveled overseas to meet underage girls.

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Gaetz maintained his innocence throughout the probe and suggested that it was connected to a bizarre $25 million extortion attempt against his father, which has not been proven.

The person responsible in that case, real estate developer Stephen Alford, was sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to constructing the scheme against Don Gaetz, a former Florida Senate president.


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