Out demons out!! Duncan D. Hunter, whose father, Duncan Lee Hunter, was noted previously in this space
(& some time ago
) is in trouble, this time for spending the peoples' money as if it were his own & he could waste it on bullshit
Use of campaign contributions for personal benefit is forbidden by federal law to protect against undue influence by donors.
Hunter's contributions are dominated by defense contractors and transportation companies whose businesses are affected by the committees on which he serves.
Hunter has denied intentional wrongdoing but has reimbursed his campaign for more than $60,000 of purchases including video games, oral surgery, groceries, garage door repair, family vacations, surfing equipment, dance recital trips, school lunches, school tuition and school uniforms.
Whiny-Ass Titty Baby Hunter then goes on & on for paragraph after paragraph about the people in the F.B.I. & C.I.A. who are out to get him, Trump & publicity. Such wonderful, law-abiding people, corrupted by a desire for fame.
And a fond farewell & fuck-off to alleged car thief, arsonist & all-around shitheel Darrell Issa, getting out before it's too late for his sorry ass.
Note: The above is a draft, dated 11 January of this yr. (The day after Issa announced he was giving up & the Hunter Grand Jury subpoena was issued.) Just found it when searching for our two previous items on Duncan Lee Hunter. Acorn, tree, yada. We were really ahead of the curve on this one. Too bad we never bothered to publish it in Jan.
Testify, Sister Katie!!
Official Rigged Deep State
Rep. Duncan D. Hunter and Wife Indicted for Converting Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Campaign Funds and Falsifying Campaign Finance Records
Kelly Thornton, Director of Media Relations (619) 546-9726
NEWS RELEASE SUMMARY – August 21, 2018
SAN DIEGO – U.S. Rep. Duncan D. Hunter and his wife, Margaret E. Hunter, were indicted by a federal grand jury today on charges that they converted more than $250,000 in campaign funds to pay for personal expenses and filed false campaign finance records with the Federal Election Commission.