Schumer Accepted Thousands In Donations From Jeffrey Epstein!

Article by Bryan Howard

July 11, 2019

The Jeffrey Epstein case and his mass connections to corrupt Democrats keep growing. In this article you will see New York Senator Chuck Schumer has received thousands of dollars in donations from the pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

According to Federal Elections Committee. Chuck Schumer recieved $1,000 every year from 1992-1997 in his campaigns to win Congress and Senate seats.



Not only did Schumer accept money from Epstein in his campaign donations, but Schumer’s organizations received even more from Epstein.

According to the New York Post, “Epstein — who was arrested Saturday and charged with sex trafficking and a related conspiracy count for allegedly sexually abusing a vast network of underage girls — also gave $10,000 to Victory in New York, a joint fundraising committee established by Schumer and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.”

The Post continued, “Epstein gave an additional $5,000 to Win New York, a Schumer-associated joint committee that benefited the Liberal Party of New York state.”

The Post concluded, “Both of Epstein’s donations to the committees came in October 1998 — and look to have primarily benefited the DSCC and the Liberal Party of New York, as Epstein would have already met the $2,000 limit on donating individually to Schumer.”

During these years that Epstein donated to Schumer he was giving the max $1,000 donations to a campaign. Schumer has accepted a grand total of $22,000 from Epstein in political donations.

Chuck Schumer has also received $14,200 in campaign contributions from Hollywood sexual predator Harvey Weinstein.

Chuck Schumer has been attempting to smear Trump for calling Epstein a ‘terrific guy’ nearly 20 years ago, yet Schumer has no problem with the fact he accepted thousands from the child predator.

One has to wonder why Chuck Schumer was accepting money from this child sex ring master, and what did Schumer know?

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