Corrupt Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill has been royally busted lying about her connections to Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak!
Claire McCaskill claimed that she never had a “call or meeting” with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, but that is a complete lie, which McCaskill tried covering up by using a personal foundation (the Shepard Family Foundation) to pay for a dinner at the Russian ambassador’s home, and failed to disclose details about the dinner or her role in the foundation until she was already busted.
McCaskill also attended a fancy black-tie reception at Sergey Kislyak’s home in November 2015, which she has been trying to hide as well.
As usual, when busted doing something corrupt and underhanded, as McCaskill has just been busted doing, as well as the 90% of Democrats who are tax-evading criminals, these corrupt Democrats always claim that their crimes were “just an honest mistake” and then they quickly re-file some forms to get themselves out of hot water.
I will work tirelessly to get corrupt douchebag loser Clair McCaskill removed from office in Missouri, and have many friends who will do the same.
Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill (Mo.) used a personal foundation to pay for a dinner she attended at Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak’s Washington, D.C., residence. The senator had failed to disclose her role in the foundation until earlier this month.
McCaskill came under fire this March after she told the Washington Post she never had a “call or meeting” with Kislyak even though she had publicly announced both a call and meeting with him. This week, CNN reported that McCaskill also attended a black-tie reception at Kislyak’s D.C. residence in November 2015.
McCaskill’s attendance at the dinner was accompanied by an $873 payment to the American-Russian Cultural Cooperation Foundation, where Kislyak serves on its board of directors as honorary chairman.
The payment to Kislyak’s foundation was not made directly by McCaskill—it was made through a foundation, the Shepard Family Foundation, that she set up with her husband Jon Shepard in 2013 but failed to disclose in filings to the Senate ethics committee until three weeks ago.
The sudden disclosure of McCaskill’s role in the foundation—which had to be inserted into disclosures covering 2014, 2015, and 2016 through amendments on June 6—came as part of an attempt to distance herself from investments in an opioid manufacturer.
McCaskill said the investments were listed as part of her personal holdings by mistake, and that they actually belonged to the foundation. The senator announced she was spearheading an investigation into the opioid industry weeks earlier.
It was during the process of correcting the investments that McCaskill discovered she had failed to disclose her position on the foundation’s board of directors in Senate filings, her office said.
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