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Daily Beast Reporter Smears Student Trump Group

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In a stellar display of hard-hitting investigative journalism on Tuesday, Lachlan Markay of The Daily Beast released a smear of Students For Trump.

“A political group founded by Trump supporters in college has ignored repeated efforts by federal regulators to collect information on its political activities and financial backers,” said Markay’s article titled “Pro-Trump College Group Won’t Tell the Feds What the Hell It’s Doing.”

In his piece, Markay lists Students for Trump as a political action committee. The organization once filed for PAC status in 2016, but shortly thereafter terminated it.

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Ryan Fournier, 21-year-old college student and founder of Students For Trump told Big League Politics that becoming a PAC was a brief thought that never materialized, as the process was too complicated for a grassroots student organization without a team of legal experts. He said that a member of the group filed paperwork to terminate the PAC, and that he was under the impression that it had been successfully terminated.

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In any case, under FEC guidelines, no political organization, whether it is officially a PAC or not, is required to file paperwork with the FEC unless it raises or contributes more than $5000 to a political campaign.

According to Fournier, Students for Trump has not come remotely close to meeting that threshold.

“I pay $10 per year out-of-pocket to host the website,” he said. “I think I spent 20 bucks on 250 bumper stickers once, but we never sold any of those,” he added.

Students For Trump has never officially contributed to President Donald J. Trump. Their website has a contribution link that re-directs the site visitor the Trump’s official contribution page, which is also not a violation of FEC rules.

As it turns out, the FEC is not really interested in Students For Trump after all.

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Shipments of 20,000+ Fake US Driver’s Licenses From China Intercepted at Chicago Airport

For use in election fraud?

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Customs authorities have intercepted more than a 1,000 individual shipments containing almost 20,000 fraudulent driver’s licenses at Chicago O’Hare Airport this year alone.

19,888 fake US driver’s licenses have been caught in smuggling busts at the airport, distributed throughout 1,513 fraudulent shipments.

Fox 5 New York is reporting that the fake ID’s are coming from mainland China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and the UK.

These counterfeit driver’s licenses can lead to disastrous consequences,” Customs and Border Patrol’s Ralph Piccirilli said in a statement. “Criminal organizations use these counterfeit IDs to avoid attracting attention to their illegal activities.

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Customs officials have described the fake Chinese ID’s as extremely realistic and well-made, stating that the barcode on the fake documents passes electronic verification checks.

If this many fake ID’s are coming in at one airport alone, there’s a significant possibility that many more fake documents are being smuggled into the country at other airports. It’s entirely unclear what these ID’s are being used for- most of the bars that underage college kids would enter to drink alcohol in are closed. There’s a very real possibility the Chinese-made fake ID’s could be an integral part of an election fraud operation. Even the most strict voter ID states such as Arizona accept a driver’s license as proof of voter registration and eligibility.

Customs officers stationed at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport are reporting that they’ve busted more than 2,000 fake ID’s since 2019, describing a surge in the smuggling of fake driver’s licenses.

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