Kathy Callahan Learns Her Lesson
Kathy Callahan contributed two grand to the Hillary campaign on her Visa card, but was shocked when Hillary sucked her credit card dry, taking another three grand in unauthorized charges. That's what we judgemental types call stealing. You know, kind of like stealing $100,000 in a cattle futures scam. The Hillary campaign also charged her for an event she never attended and not just once but twice. That pushed the theft to $5800. To add insult to injury, Hillary's theft led to a series of overdrafts which cost Kathy another four hundred bucks in bank fees. Was She Pissed. And she wasn't alone:
"Matt McQuenney who works in the compliance department at HRC headquarters told me verbatim -"What happened to you with credit card errors is happening to others,. You are not alone. Kathy, I'm trying hard to find out where and who it's coming from. What's going on!""
Additional research unearthed a long list of donors who had been charged up to nine grand which had been subsequently refunded. It was obviously not an anomaly, but a policy.
Kathy begged and pleaded for a month with the Hillary campaign to get her money back to no avail. The Hillary people made no apology for the theft. Instead, they tried to bullshit her:
In other words, Hillary is not looting your credit card but merely taking the donations in advance that she is sure you'll make later. So, what's so wrong about that? Aside from the theft, the $5,800 the Hillary campaign stole was $1,200 over the legal limit for donations. But then, what are a few broken laws to Hillary? Why should laws apply to Hillary at all?
"Kathy Callahan, you are going to be with us all the way to the White House...So let's leave the money where it is and we'll save time on inevitable future donations and transactions!"
Kathy Callahan got no justice from the Hillary campaign until she filed a police report and emailed the Hillary campaign about it. She received a phone call and email immediately from Allison Wright, compliance officer at the Hillary headquarters in Virginia: "Kathy, please don't do anything, formally! I will send you whatever you want back, immediately!" And that's how Kathy got back $5300. She was still stuck for the $400 in overdraft charges.
It's a little peek into the future of what the administration of President Hillary would be like, where the government believes it has first claim on your money and thinks you should be glad to give it up to support them.