Liberals contributed the most cash to their candidates this past midterm election. Among the top 100 individual donors to political groups, more than half gave all or most of it to Democrats or their allies. And groups that gave more than $100,000 to the Democrats or their allies held the top thirteen spots on the group donors list. The two biggest super PACs of 2014 were the Senate Majority PAC and House Majority PAC, both backing Democrats, of course.
Among the 183 groups that wrote checks of $100,000 or more to another group, Democrats had an enormous 3-to-1 cash advantage. The biggest contributor, naturally, was the National Education Association, which coughed up $22 million. Not a single Republican-leaning group cracked the top 10 list of those transferring money to others. Which makes sense, as transferring money from those who’ve earned it to those who typically vote for Democrats is what Democrats are all about.
In reality, Democrats have been raking in more money from wealthy donors than Republicans have for years and years now. The NEA, Hollywood actors and actresses, various special interest groups, unions flush with ill-begotten cash fleeced from their members whether they approve or not, George Soros, lawyers, Costco, and many others dependably contribute huge sums of cash to the DNC and its minions.Yet, incredibly, they still get away with portraying Republicans as the party of rich people in order to split the country and win votes through a contrived class warfare.