D'Souza: Rosie Broke Law 5 Times With Donations to Dems, Tried to 'Cover Her Tracks'
The New York Post reported that through an "analysis of campaign filings," O’Donnell made donations that exceeded the $2,700 one can contribute to a candidate.
"It seems clear, from what we know, that Rosie broke the law and she broke the law five times," D'Souza said.
"What makes it particularly sneaky on her part is that she used four different names and five different addresses. It seems clear that she knew what she was doing and she tried to cover her tracks, " D'Souza added.
Filings show O’Donnell gave a combined $5,400 in contributions over the limit to the five candidates, and used five different New York addresses and four variations of her name, the Post reported.
"You exceed the campaign finance limit and the law is the law whether you actually know it or not," he said.
Justice isn’t merely about whether you broke the law—it is also about whether others similarly situated receive the same penalty #Rosie
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) May 7, 2018
In an email to the Post, O'Donnell claimed her donations were “Nothing nefarious” and that she "was not choosing to over donate."
“If 2,700 is the cut off — [candidates] should refund the money,” she wrote. “I don’t look to see who I can donate most to … I just donate assuming they do not accept what is over the limit."
D'Souza said that O'Donnell seems to be a "habitual giver to campaigns." He said he still views his prosecution by the Obama administration as politically-motivated because of his movie that was critical of President Obama.
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