A 21st Century Democrats Super PAC founded by a former U.S. senator has pulled in millions of dollars in recent years but has not made any contributions to Democratic candidates or committees since 2008.
21st Century Democrats Super PAC has poured millions into fundraising firms and salaries. To top that off the Super PAC also pays rent to a firm whose owner pleaded guilty to his involvement in the racketeering scheme run by recently convicted Rep. Chaka Fattah (D., Pa.).
21st Century Democrats was created in 1988 by former Sen. Tom Harkin, commentator Jim Hightower, and former Rep. Lane Evans (D., Ill.).
The only support they have given to Democrats in recent years comes in the form of endorsements posted on their website.
The 2008 election cycle was the last time the PAC provided financial support to Democratic candidates. During the cycle, it hauled in $2.5 million but distributed only a fraction of that, $31,500 to a handful of committees.
The PAC raised nearly $7 million between 2010 and 2016 and spent $6.9 million. None of the money was given to Democratic candidates during this time.
More fraud and deception perpetrated by democrats fleecing Americans to line their pockets with cash.