I’m not going to stand for politicians who take money from shady companies in exchange for God knows what. In this video, I’m going to show you a shady income from a company that is paying Stacey Abrams $100,000 a year, with little public information available on the company. Stay tuned for more information on this breaking story.
It’s no secret that Stacey Abrams is a disaster of a politician. She’s been embroiled in one controversy after another, and her extreme leftist views have caused even the most moderate of conservatives to recoil in disgust. So it came as quite a surprise when a mystery income popped up out of nowhere to pour money into her personal pocketbook. Who is this company, and what is their agenda? We may never know, but one thing is for sure: Abrams can’t be trusted, no matter who backs her.
Fox News wrote. Georgia gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams received more than $100,000 from a mysterious limited liability company that appears to have no online presence.
Abrams’ financial disclosure form, released in March, includes Dream Project Partners Inc. in multiple sections, including “statement of income” and “direct ownership interests in business entity.” According to the Georgia Democrat’s income section, she received $50,000 in 2021 and $100,000 in 2022 as a “Board Member and Shareholder.”
According to the financial form, she has no duties with Dream Project Partners Inc., and the description of her “principal activity” is also vague.
Since 2018 Stacey Abrams has netted a lot of money from her extreme leftist stances.
Fox News reported. Stacey Abrams has become a millionaire. According to state disclosures filed in March, the Democrat is worth $3.17 million. When she first ran for Georgia governor four years ago, her net worth was $109,000. In 2018, then-gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp criticized Abrams for owing the IRS $54,000. The general election was won by Kemp over Abrams.
The voting rights activist says criticism of her current status is ironic as she launches her second bid for the office. The self-employment taxes were not paid on time by Abrams because her parents needed financial assistance. As of 2019, Abrams owns a $975,000 property outside Atlanta financed with a $760,000 mortgage, and she bought her parents a $370,000 house in suburban Atlanta. The author, who released a book last year, has also made investments in a number of companies. The Southern Economic Advancement Project paid her more than $700,000 over three years.
I am pretty sure we are all tired of “politicians” who after running for office have these mysterious income streams from companies with little to no background. From history we can see that special interest groups always find a way to funnel money to politicians’ pockets, through back channel ways that are hard to trace. This might be another example of that.