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The campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has
been and may still be accepting credit-card and prepaid-card
contributions from overseas. It has done so in a way that may very
likely prevent it from refunding the contributions to “donors,” many of
whom may have had their credit cards used without their consent. It’s
virtually impossible that the system for accepting card contributions
was inadvertently set up without adequate controls, and almost certain
that existing controls were instead deliberately disabled to create
untraceability. Finally, it is likely that the total dollar amounts
involved run in millions, if not tens of millions, of dollars.
In mid-August, Pamela Geller of irregularities she had found. Geller, and readers who assisted her, discovered that:
- “Obama’s overseas (foreign) contributors are making multiple small
donations, ostensibly in their own names, over a period of a few days,
some under maximum donation allowances, but others are aggregating in
excess of the maximums when all added up.”
- The contributions had come from over 50 specifically named countries and major cities.
- Obviously bogus contributor names that a 7 year-old would have
known to be fictitious, including “Hbkjb, jkbkj,” “Doodad Pro,” and
“Good Will,” were frequent.
- “Thousands of Obama’s foreign donations ended in cents.” U.S.
contributors very rarely contribute in anything other than whole dollar
amounts, so the reason why contributions would end with anything other
than “.00″ would almost always involve foreign currency translation.
In a later post,
Geller listed 18 donors who had contributed more than the legal $2,300
limit. “Good Will” and “Doodad Pro” were among them, to the tune of
over ten grand each.
You might think “Well that’s pretty bad, but really no big deal, because at some point, Obama will just refund the money.”
In many cases, that does not appear likely.
On October 22, Geller’s “Who Is John Galt?”
post revealed information that should have set off alarms in newsrooms
across America — namely, that anyone could pretend to be someone else,
with someone else’s address, and successfully process a credit-card donation to Obama. Reader Craig reported the following (bold is mine):
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