Similar to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce – “Club for Growth” is a Political Action Committee who support: Amnesty, H1B visa growth programs, ObamaCare and the anti-American Trans-Pacific Trade Deal.
CfG also has deep connections to Goldman Sachs and former banking executives.
Club For Growth only supports candidates who support their “open borders”/ “globalist” objectives: ♦ Amnesty ♦ Comprehensive Immigration Reform ♦ Trans-Pacific Trade Deal
But there’s a sneaky detail the media ignore. The anti-Trump expenditures didn’t just go to random media productions, they went to specific companies with vested interests in alternate candidates…. Oh yes.
- Bask Digital Media LLC – $1,130,598.57 (See Below)
- Creative Response Concepts – $1,142,546.85
- Red Sea LLC – $1,078,473.12
Bask Digital Media LLC – paid by Club for Growth:
…” Mr. Stoll had a career working in both politics and the private sector. Stoll spent five years at Goldman Sachs & Company as a Vice-President in the Public Sector and Infrastructure Banking group.
Prior to joining Goldman, Mr. Stoll served as campaign manager for New York Governor George Pataki’s successful re-election effort. Mr. Stoll steered a massive statewide campaign – cited by ABC News as the “best run campaign in the nation” – winning Governor Pataki a historic third term with the second largest margin of victory for a Republican gubernatorial candidate in State history.
Mr. Stoll’s political experience includes working on a number of local, statewide, and national campaigns. In both 2004 and 2008, Mr. Stoll served as a Senior Advisor to the Republican National Convention. In 1996, Mr. Stoll served as Advertising Director for the Dole/Kemp campaign overseeing the entire national advertising program.
Mr. Stoll currently serves as a member of the Malibu Chapter of the Young President’s Organization (YPO). Mr. Stoll has a B.A. from The American University in Washington, D.C. and resides with his wife, Lisa, and their three children in Los Angeles”… (link)
[ Side Note – Goldman Sachs making money from federal spending on “infrastructure”. Using PR Firms to sell problems that need Banking and Finance. Adam Stoll touting pork spending success see: “Our efforts reached millions of Americans through CNN and local broadcast and cable networks, sparking an ongoing national debate on public infrastructure” (link)]
The Club for Growth/BASK expenditure is essentially a back door angle for this Pro-Rubio group to attack Donald Trump through the CfG Funding. This approach allows Team Rubio plausible deniability and avoids their fingerprints on the trigger.
Candidate Marco Rubio can walk around saying he’s not actually attacking anyone, which is technically true; he and his team have affiliates and other connected entities doing it for him….
It would appear Marco Rubio’s historical methods of shadow campaigns, sketchy finance, and Machiavellian consorts are still his preferred election strategies.
More on BASK Digital HERE