THERE’S WAY MORE TO Story Of Democrat Felon Caught On Undercover Video Admitting To Massive Vote Fraud [VIDEO]

Earlier this week, James O’Keefe exposed many of the Democratic operatives working in the underbelly of their party to coordinate and commit violent and illegal activities in order to defeat Trump and put Hillary, by any means necessary in our White House. Click HERE to see the undercover video.

One of the key figures in O’Keefe’s report was convicted felon and  husband of Rep. Jan Schakowsky ( D-IL), Robert Creamer who oversaw a check-kiting scheme so elaborate that his employees followed a written manual — complete with detailed instructions on when and where to float checks totaling millions of dollars.

As it turns out, convicted felon Robert Creamer was a frequent visitor of the White House. Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’. He logged in times and was either a guest of Barack Obama or his lovely wife Michelle. One can only wonder what business Michelle had with this criminal. Hmmm…


Here’s Mooch cozying up to Democratic voter-fraud operative Robert Creamer:

Like so many other Democrats whose spouses have been convicted of felonies and sent off to prison, the radical anti-gun activist and congresswoman, Jan Schakowsky was not found to have any part in her husband’s crimes (even though she signed the false W-2 forms he used to deceive the IRS).

As executive director of the Illinois Public Action Fund, Robert Creamer’s actions led several banks to experience shortfalls of at least $2.3 million, authorities alleged.

In all, the 56-year-old Evanston resident was charged with 16 counts of bank fraud involving three alleged check-kiting schemes in the mid-1990s.

The indictment, however, alleges no wrongdoing on the part of Schakowsky, who served on the group’s policy board and currently holds a similar position with Citizen Action/Illinois. That group was formed by ex-employees after Creamer resigned in 1997 when the allegations first surfaced.

Creamer worked for 22 years for the Illinois Public Action Fund and for the Citizens Action Center for Consumer Rights. The not-for-profit groups had been influential in pushing progressive causes such as campaign finance and health care reform.

The organization’s canvassers frequently went door-to-door raising money. The groups maintained accounts at several banks, including South Shore and Cole Taylor, the indictment says.

But the groups struggled at times financially, and Creamer wrote checks or transferred money between accounts to take advantage of the lag time it would take for the checks to clear — even though he knew the withdrawals were insufficient to cover the deposits, the government alleged. He had employees provide daily balances of the accounts to determine which ones “needed to be fraudulently inflated in order to cover the payment of bills,” the indictment states.

In April and May 1997, for example, the group’s bank accounts were underfunded by as much as $2.6 million.

The indictment also claims that Creamer failed to withhold $300,000 in federal income taxes for his employees and for himself. He allegedly created false W-2 forms and used them to underpay his personal income taxes.

Although Schakowsky signed the returns along with her husband, Tighe said, “she had nothing to do with the W-2 forms.”Chicago Sun Times

Watch Rep. Jan Schakowsky tell Jason Mattera, who was posing as a like-minded journalist how she wants to see handguns eventually be banned and believes it is possible given the current anti-gun climate:

In 2009 Rep Jan Schakowksy was involved in an FBI investigation where she was accused of having a lesbian affair with a Turkish spy who used recording devices and hidden cameras as a way to get her and her husband to perform certain illegal operational facilitations for them in Illinois

In 2009, The American Conservative‘s Philip Girladi did a comprehensive piece on including and interview with Sibel Edmonds. Here is an excerpt from that piece: Sibel Edmonds has a story to tell. She went to work as a Turkish and Farsi translator for the FBI five days after 9/11. Part of her job was to translate and transcribe recordings of conversations between suspected Turkish intelligence agents and their American contacts. She was fired from the FBI in April 2002 after she raised concerns that one of the translators in her section was a member of a Turkish organization that was under investigation for bribing senior government officials and members of Congress, drug trafficking, illegal weapons sales, money laundering, and nuclear proliferation. She appealed her termination, but was more alarmed that no effort was being made to address the corruption that she had been monitoring.

A Department of Justice inspector general’s report called Edmonds’s allegations “credible,” “serious,” and “warrant[ing] a thorough and careful review by the FBI.” Ranking Senate Judiciary Committee members Pat Leahy (D-Vt.) and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) have backed her publicly. “60 Minutes” launched an investigation of her claims and found them believable. No one has ever disproved any of Edmonds’s revelations, which she says can be verified by FBI investigative files.

John Ashcroft’s Justice Department confirmed Edmonds’s veracity in a backhanded way by twice invoking the dubious State Secrets Privilege so she could not tell what she knows. The ACLU has called her “the most gagged person in the history of the United States of America.”

But on Aug. 8, she was finally able to testify under oath in a court case filed in Ohio and agreed to an interview with The American Conservative based on that testimony. What follows is her own account of what some consider the most incredible tale of corruption and influence peddling in recent times. As Sibel herself puts it, “If this were written up as a novel, no one would believe it.”

GIRALDI: So the investigation stopped in Washington, but continued in Chicago?

EDMONDS: Yes, and in 2000, another representative was added to the list, Jan Schakowsky, the Democratic congresswoman from Illinois. Turkish agents started gathering information on her, and they found out that she was bisexual. So a Turkish agent struck up a relationship with her. When Jan Schakowsky’s mother died, the Turkish woman went to the funeral, hoping to exploit her vulnerability. They later were intimate in Schakowsky’s townhouse, which had been set up with recording devices and hidden cameras. They needed Schakowsky and her husband Robert Creamer to perform certain illegal operational facilitations for them in Illinois. They already had Hastert, the mayor, and several other Illinois state senators involved. I don’t know if Congresswoman Schakowsky ever was actually blackmailed or did anything for the Turkish woman.

And here, unscathed by the reputation of her criminal husband and allegations against her over the Turkish spy scandal, anti-gun zealot Rep. Jan Schakowsky tells why she’s supporting Hillary Rotten Clinton. Birds of a feather…

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