Scientologists raising money for Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi

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  1. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Xander wtf are you doing?
  2. Florida AG Pam Bondi to speak at event hosted by group with ties to Scientology.

    Miami Herald Naked Politics: Bondi to speak at event hosted by group with ties to Scientology

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    Bondi to speak at event hosted by group with ties to Scientology

    Attorney General Pam Bondi is preparing to speak next month to a group that has ties to the Church of Scientology.

    Bondi will discuss human trafficking and anti-drug initiatives at an event sponsored by Florida Citizens for Social Reform, a social welfare group and onetime political committee associated with the Church of Scientology. Bondi’s Oct. 1 appearance will be held at the Fort Harrison Hotel, the flagship of Scientology’s Clearwater spiritual headquarters.

    “Considering the seriousness of this issue, the Attorney General is open to talking to any organization about what our office is doing to combat this awful crime and educate them on what they can do to help,” said Bondi spokeswoman Kylie Mason.

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  3. xander meehan Member

    Thanks for posting this... There is no doubt that Bondi is involved with the Scienos
  4. xander meehan Member

    Yup...He sure the hell did exactly that... he donated to Bondi regardless of the facts that she is involved with Scienos.... yet not a single word for LISA...
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  5. RightOn Member

    "Bondi will discuss human trafficking"
    yeah, but not how it is done by the COS. Expired visas anyone?
    So why isn't the Government checking out all the Sea Orgers coming over from all corners of the world and getting lost in the system?
    Maybe that is a question for dear Pam.
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  6. Feds should investigate Bondi-Trump connection.

    Tampa Bay Times - Editorial: Feds should investigate Bondi-Trump connection

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    Federal prosecutors should investigate whether there is any connection between the decision by Attorney General Pam Bondi's office not to pursue fraud allegations against Trump University and a $25,000 campaign contribution he gave her. Since Florida prosecutors will not touch this mess, the Justice Department is the only option. The appearance of something more than a coincidence is too serious and the unresolved questions are too numerous to accept blanket denials by Bondi and Trump without more digging and an independent review.

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  8. The Internet Member

    Hey Xander when you change names like this:
    I have no idea who you are talking about so I stop reading your post.
  9. Disambiguation Global Moderator
    Call it Trump’s ‘donategate.’
  10. xander meehan Member

    Very Very Very Excellent Post and Most Excellent Point.... SO SPOT ON ITS NOT FUNNY.... Atleast we now know what's going on in CLEARWATER...
  11. The Wrong Guy Member

    Pam Bondi thrills at Scientology’s mecca, Hungarian TV bends over, & other updates

    By Tony Ortega, October 4, 2016


    Once again our tipsters have come through for us. We have several interesting things for you today, and we struggled over how to order them. We’ll be interested to see which of these items you found most disturbing, ominous, or wacky.

    Let’s start at the Church of Scientology’s spiritual headquarters, where Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi made an appearance Sunday at Scientology’s most holy site, the Fort Harrison Hotel, and gave a talk about her fight against illegal drugs and human trafficking.

    Bondi has a relationship with Scientology going back awhile. Two years ago, we noted that she was having a fundraiser hosted by Scientologists.

    Bondi made headlines in June when it was revealed that in 2013 she solicited a $25,000 campaign donation from the Donald J. Trump Foundation and then decided not to bring fraud charges against Trump University in her state. Trump subsequently paid a $2,500 penalty to the IRS and admitted that the donation to Bondi’s campaign from a charitable foundation was improper. Also in June, she tangled with Anderson Cooper over her views on LGBT rights.

    But there was plenty of love for the AG at the Fort Harrison, including the awestruck Jim Mathers, one of Scientology wealthy donors and a fan favorite here in the Underground Bunker (see photo at the top of the page). Here was Jim’s summation of how things went.

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    But there was plenty of love for the AG at the Fort Harrison, including the awestruck Jim Mathers, one of Scientology’s wealthy donors and a fan favorite here in the Underground Bunker (see photo at the top of the page). Here was Jim’s summation of how things went…

    Pam Bondi, Florida State Attorney General, is an amazing and productive individual! Sunday’s event at the Fort Harrison was very well attended and I am so impressed with Pam’s accomplishments in helping eradicate problems with the Drug Problem Awareness and curtailment as well as the incredible work she has done with Human Rights, specifically Human Trafficking! Thank you Pam Bondi!

    Sounds like a great time was had by all.
  14. RightOn Member

  15. How abouit this icky headline ? I didn't know Trump liked them that old ;)

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  16. RightOn Member

    "I am so impressed with Pam’s accomplishments in helping eradicate problems with the Drug Problem Awareness and curtailment as well as the incredible work she has done with Human Rights, specifically Human Trafficking!"

    Fucking Mathers!
    Notice he doesn't say eradicating problems with drug problems. He says drug problem AWARENESS .:rolleyes:
    Both deceptive and full of utter crap.
    Don't get me started on the work she has done for human trafficking? WAT? :confused: She was probably waited on at the Fort Harrison by victims of the very same!
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  17. RightOn Member

    Pam swallowed Scientology's pill,
    She certainly must be a shill?
    Hobnobbing at the Fort Harrison and more,
    Sheeple gobbling up her lore.

    Human trafficking is rampant in the COS,
    Yet Pam helps to fight it, different victims I guess?
    So as Pam was happily dining with the clams,
    Sea Org slaves cry silently through all the scams.

    Perhaps she was duped like so many before.
    Including cops, politicians and government and more.

    When you get in bed with a cult,
    Epic disaster is always the result.
    Their big promises of position and money...
    Will all be gone when they are done with you honey.

    So get out while you can before you can never recover,
    Whoops! too late! You are already known as a Scientology lover.
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  18. DeathHamster Member

    In the dance between Pam Bondi and Scientology, Drug Free America is sometimes lurking in the background.

    Fund-raisers and political lobbyists with a cult background just as bloody as Scientology's.

    Category: Drug Free America
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  19. Pam Bondi likes to take money from and promote fellow con artists:


  20. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi among a generation of GOP stars that stand diminished: ‘Everything Trump touches dies’

    Washington Post: A generation of GOP stars stands diminished: ‘Everything Trump touches dies’

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    In Florida, Attorney General Pam Bondi, who also has ambitions for higher office, stepped forward during the primaries as one of Trump’s most loyal spokeswomen. But she got caught up in a Trump scandal over her political group’s acceptance of an undisclosed and unlawful $25,000 contribution from the Donald J. Trump Foundation and her office’s subsequent decision not to investigate alleged fraud at Trump University.

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  22. Florida's Attorney General Pam Bondi says Trump's remarks about women were 'disgusting,' but also says she forgives Trump, and will continue to back his presidential campaign.

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    Bondi says Trump's remarks about women 'disgusting'

    But Florida's attorney general said she forgives Trump, will continue to back his presidential campaign

    By Sergio Bustos

    10/14/16 10:45 PM EDT

    Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi on Friday evening described as “disgusting” Donald Trump’s lewd remarks about women that were leaked last week to the media and caused a political firestorm in the presidential campaign.

    Bondi, a loyal Trump supporter in a key battleground state, made no mention of the latest allegations raised by several women who say Trump made unwanted sexual advances against them.

    Bondi made her remarks as guest speaker at a luncheon with the Florida Federation of Republican Women in Pasco County. It was the first time since the video rocked Trump’s campaign that she had spoken publicly about it.

    “I believe the statements that, that Donald Trump says were disgusting … um, disgusting. Period,” Bondi told the GOP group.

    Her remarks were first reported Friday evening by WFTS-TV/ABC Action News.

    Bondi said she had spoken to Trump “multiple times” since the damaging video emerged last Friday, saying Trump told her that “he believes what he said was disgusting.”

    “He is horrified, apologetic,” she said in describing Trump's reaction.

    Bondi, echoing Trump’s running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, she said she will continue to support the former reality TV star because “I believe in forgiveness.”

    “I believe what Donald Trump said was disgusting,” Bondi repeated to the crowd. “I also believe in the Constitution of the United States of America.”

    ABC Action News Investigative Reporter Jarrod Holbrook said he tried to interview Bondi following the luncheon, but she declined to elaborate beyond what she had told the Republican audience.

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  23. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Pam, wake up dear. That umbrella is directly over Trump he's not holding it for you. You'll be thrown under the bus and letting him grope you will be for naught.
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  24. RightOn Member

    ^ the witch shoes seem very appropriate?
  25. DeathHamster Member

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  26. I guess her pussy has died in the process


  28. Donald Trump and Pam Bondi: The contributions were not limited to $25,000.

    A nice overview that has information I have not seen discussed previously. Spoiler: The contribution was not limited to $25,000.

    The Daily Beast: How Ivanka Sank From Millennial Womens’ Icon to Alt-Righat Fellow Traveler

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    In August 2013, after Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office began looking into fraud allegations against Trump University, and following a direct solicitation by Bondi, both Donald and Ivanka Trump wrote $500 checks to Bondi’s campaign, two months apart, on July 15, 2013, and Sept. 10, 2013, respectively. A check for $25,000 followed on Sept. 17, signed by the Trump Foundation, in violation of the law. Trump has since paid a $2,500 fine.

    But that wasn’t the end of the Trumps’ largesse. A year later, as Bondi’s re-election approached, Donald and Ivanka wrote three checks, totaling $125,000, to the Republican Party of Florida; the first, a $25,000 check from Ivanka, on July 23, 2014, followed by checks for $75,000 on July 31 and $25,000 on Aug. 4 from her father.

    The Republican Party of Florida did not respond to an inquiry regarding whether the money was earmarked for Bondi’s race, or for the reelection of Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who now heads a pro-Trump super PAC. Whatever the purpose, the Trumps’ generosity to the Republican Party of Florida was a father-daughter affair.

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  29. RightOn Member

  30. Florida AG Pam Bondi on Trump transition team

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    Updated: 7:06 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, 2016 | Posted: 7:04 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, 2016

    Pam Bondi, Florida’s Republican attorney general who led the unsuccessful fight against Obamacare all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, was among the 16 people named Friday to President-elect Donald J. Trump’s presidential transition team.

    First elected in 2010 and term-limited in 2018, Bondi was the earliest high-ranking official in Florida to endorse Trump. She announced her backing of Trump on the eve of Florida’s Republican presidential primary in March, which Trump won handily.

    She spoke at the Republican National Convention this summer in Cleveland, and there has been speculation that she would play some role in his administration.

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  32. RightOn Member

    FUCK :mad:
    Well he owed her a favor I guess. I guess the payola wasn't enough.
    She goes from heading an investigation against him to being on his team. Yeah that makes perfect sense. Keep your enemies closer?
    Nice move
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  33. Quentinanon Member

    Trump knows how to use influence fairly well.
    So, if Bondi has the full time job of Florida Attorney General, how does she have time to be on Trump's transition team?
    Perhaps another way to legally funnel shut up money to her.
  34. RightOn Member

    I think there is an allowance for a certain amount of time until you take the position under the president (no pun intended) LOL
  35. DeathHamster Member

    US Attorney General Pam Bondi is probably a long-shot.
    • Even the Republican Congress might get sticky about the blatant favors and payoffs.
    • Someone else has probably been promised the job.
    • She's a woman in Trump's world.
    Still, she has a good chance especially since Trump will want a subordinate who'll do what he says with no back-chat about constitutional rights. Chris Christie is getting the slow back-stab, Rudy Giuliani would rather work behind the scenes.
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  36. Disambiguation Global Moderator
    Donald Trump is going to appoint Pam Bondi, who got an illegal payment from the Trump Foundation, to a White House spot
    "When the Trump transition team was asked about the possibility of a Bondi appointment on Thursday, incoming press secretary Sean Spicer refused to divulge any information on the subject.

    “We have no additional announcements at this time,” Spicer said. “I don’t want to get ahead of any announcements that may or may not come.”
  37. The Wrong Guy Member

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