So what funds exactly? Beto ORourke's funds that people gave him to use on his campaign? Can't he use that money for anything he wants basically?
It sounds like to me they were trying to assist the aliens and I'm not sure they aren't allowed to do that? It's like taking a person to lunch who you want to influence and paying the tab, and charging it to the campaign. Only the aliens are not going to vote or influence the election EXCEPT possibly to use them to garner outrage against the "other side" who clearly want the walls up.
I guess I should have said it differently. I mean don't they all use it like they want? LOL. As in nobody checks on them so how do we know? I'm sure there are laws and all that but what's reality?
At any rate, these people can't vote so it can't be that. I think at the core, his camp believe in letting these people in undocumented and without following our immigration laws, so they thought they were "helping."
The project veritas guys got some big wig with Andrew Gillum's campaign (guy running for governor in FL). He said Gillum is a hardcore leftist and that he had said FL was a backwards redneck "cracker" state and he was going to change it. Dude got fired the day the vid was released. Of course Gillum says those aren't his values and denies it all.
It seems logical that it would be illegal to give people from a foreign country, money to illegally enter the US- especially a politician using campaign funds! Weird as it may seem, as long as the use of the funds are reported to the FEC, no laws are broken. Campaign funds are donations, not a commodity.
Ed Emmett had broad bi-partisan support and was positively engaged in Houston on many levels including after Ike and Harvey and the subsequent flood bond. He got swept on the coat tails of all the Beto zombies who voted straight ticket democrat. Emmett's rival didn't even campaign because she knew she couldn't beat a Houston institution. She has no legal experience whatsoever. It's a loss for Houston. Glad that straight ticket voting is a thing of the past after this election.