REVEALED: Rep. Tom Cole Bankrolled Pro-Impeachment RINO Susan Collins as She Disavowed Trump

Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK) has been revealed for giving many contributions to Republican Party establishment figures in recent years, including Republicans who supported the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

Cole’s political action committee, Conservative Opportunity Leadership and Enterprise PAC (COLE PAC), gave a $5,000 donation to Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, a pro-impeachment RINO, as Collins vowed that she would not support Donald Trump for President this year.

“I cannot support former President Trump. I voted to convict him on the second impeachment charges, so I don’t think it should come as a surprise that I cannot support him,” Sen. Collins said in March, the same month in which she received the contribution from COLE PAC.

Additionally, Rep. Cole sent several donations to Mike Pence’s failed presidential campaign. This, of course, came well after Pence’s disgraceful betrayal on Jan. 6, 2021 where he refused to uphold his duty to the constitution to oppose election fraud.

Pence traveled the country for years trashing Trump leading up to his presidential run that fizzled into oblivion almost immediately, but not before Rep. Cole could send several donations his way. Rep. Cole gave $100 to Pence’s campaign on July 28 of last year, $100 again on Aug. 14, $50 on Sept. 13, and then $100 once more on Jan. 8 of this year months after Pence officially bowed out of the presidential campaign. Rep. Cole also gave $250 to Pence’s Great America Committee in Dec. 2022.

Despite being a staunch supporter of the traitor Pence, that did not stop Rep. Cole from hedging his bets. He financially supported a myriad of RINOs running in vain attempts to keep Donald Trump from getting back into the White House.

Rep. Cole gave $100 to the presidential campaign of ‘Neocon’ Nikki Haley on Sept. 13 of last year, then gave $50 to Haley on Nov. 7, and then gave a $100 donation to Haley on Nov. 29. Rep. Cole also gave five separate contributions to Nikki Haley’s Stand for America PAC totaling $200, $200, $100, $250 and $100 throughout the year of 2022. Rep. Cole gave $500 to turncoat former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s PAC when he was considering a presidential run against Trump as well.

Big League Politics has reported on Rep. Cole’s dishonest and borderline defamatory attacks against his opponent Paul Bondar in the lead-up to the Republican primary election for Oklahoma’s 4th Congressional District:

Independent businessman Paul Bondar is firing back against Congressman Tom Cole, an establishment Republican career politician in Oklahoma’s 4th District who is launching dishonest attacks against Bondar in a desperate attempt to keep his seat.

Bondar, a political outsider who has never run for office prior to this current race, calls himself an America First conservative and sought advice from renowned political strategist Roger Stone and former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn before running for the Congressional seat…

Cole is feeling threatened and has launched a desperate ad campaign falsely insinuating that Bondar is an imposter and a tax cheat. This has caused Bondar to strike back against Cole’s deceptions with a scathing letter setting the record straight and continuing to call out Cole’s record of supporting Uni-party corruption in Washington D.C.

“I recently became aware you are running a campaign ad that includes outright falsehoods about me,” Bondar wrote in his letter directed to Rep. Cole.

“Regarding your claim I owe unpaid taxes, I assure you and anyone else reading this letter that all of my taxes are paid and up to date,” Bondar said, noting that Cole is dishonestly misrepresenting a property tax balance of $6,000 that was temporarily open as a property was being sold, and that all property taxes were paid in full at the closing of the sale.

“I find it somewhat hypocritical you would want to raise the issue of residency in this campaign for Congress… You are attacking me on recently moving to Oklahoma, while the records show you have disconnected from Oklahoma long ago,” Bondar stated.

“While you keep a legal residence in Oklahoma on file so you can continue to maintain your position in Congress, you are in fact a resident of the D.C. swamp. You have long abandoned any Oklahoma values,” he continued, adding that “the truth is I have committed to Oklahoma and your claims I have no property in Oklahoma are categorically false.”

Bondar noted in the letter that his “business success has allowed me and my family to settle in Oklahoma and to finance my own campaign for Congress, so as not to be beholden to any lobbyist or special interest,” and Cole’s dishonest attacks are likely the work of a “D.C. swamp consulting firm [hired by Cole] to create a distraction from [his] voting record.”

The Oklahoma Congressional District 4 primary election between Rep. Cole and his America First challenger Bondar will take place on June 18.

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