Tim Donnelly’s Other Misdeeds

Tim Donnelly accepted $2700 campaign donation from Holocaust denier/Neo Nazi supporter Charles Johnson

In his campaign for Congress, Tim Donnelly accepted a $2700 campaign donation, the maximum allowed under law, from Charles Johnson of Rosemead, CA, according to Donnelly’s Federal Election Commission filingJohnson is a well-known Holocaust denier and Neo Nazi supporter. Johnson made the contribution to Donnelly via BitCoin, a crytocurrency often used to evade law enforcement and obscure the source of the money.

Discussing the Holocaust, Johnson wrote, “I do not and never have believed the six million figure. I think the Red Cross numbers of 250,000 dead in the camps from typhus are more realistic. I think the Allied bombing of Germany was a war crime. I agree … about Auschwitz and the gas chambers not being real.”

Johnson has been condemned by the Anti-Defamation League for these statements. Johnson was also criticized heavily for soliciting money to “take out” a Black Lives Matter activist and for founding a website that raised over $150,000 for Neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin. According to the Los Angeles Times, Johnson’s business was poised to pocket over $22,000 in commission from his efforts on behalf of Anglin.

To date, Donnelly has not denounced Johnson’s positions nor has he returned the campaign contribution.


Tim Donnelly faked his own campaign rally

Haven’t we seen enough fake news from ultra-liberal national media? Tim Donnelly doesn’t think so, because he’s creating his own FAKE news. Donnelly’s longtime supporters have largely abandoned him (like he abandoned his wife) as they’ve realized what he truly is: a jobless loser, a snake oil salesman, a senior scammer. That’s why Donnelly released a FAKE photo of a rally that never occurred for his Congressional race. Here’s the photo he posted September 27, 2018:

Lot’s of support, right? Wrong. Donnelly’s life and campaign is so pathetic, he resorted to photoshopping an image from 2014, back when he could still draw a crowd. Here’s the same 2014 rally from another angle un-photoshopped:

Loser. This latest stunt is fitting. The photo is as fake as Tim Donnelly the “patriot” himself.