The Washington Free Beacon did a follow up piece on it, and the BS continues to unravel. The Free Beacon talked to actual experts and not just Democratic Party operatives:
Donald F. McGahn, a former commissioner and chairman of the FEC, said the misdirected donations are not a major lapse and are unlikely to draw significant attention from the federal government.
â€œItâ€™s not uncommon,â€ he said. â€œNot the first time this has happened. Wonâ€™t be the last time itâ€™ll happen to somebody similarly situated. This isnâ€™t a big deal. Previous reports, I think, were way overblown.â€
McGahn said he does not believe the violation is serious.
â€œWhat you look for isnâ€™t so much the â€˜gotchaâ€™ glitch, itâ€™s did they discover it? Did they take corrective action? Did they unwind whatever happened? In this case it looks like they did.â€
As I said before, those accusations were way too juicy for an outfit to the New York Times, Washington Post, Atlantic, or other mainstream news outlet, none of which are friendly to NRA or our cause, to decline running with it. That had to have meant there were flaws even today’s journalists and editors could see through.
Federal Election Laws and the Internal Revenue Code are both byzantine labyrinths of rules and regulations. Even the regulators don’t really understand them all. That article from beginning to end was finding technical violations and trying to peddle them as serious an unprecedented, passing off DNC stooges as experts on the matter.