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Yet Another Democrat ‘PAC’ BUSTED!

Is Courier Newsroom a network of media outlets or a political action committee?

The purported ‘news outlet’, known for starting various pro-Democrat pop-up news websites, was recently exposed as having accepted $1 million in Democrat dark money donations during 2022.

Courier is in the business of covering national politics from a ‘local’ lens, though a quick glance at their content will simply show it as propaganda. Not news, not even political opinion—just pure propaganda.

Over the last several years there has been a proliferation in Democrat dark money schemes—the most notable of which was the now-defunct FTX exchange, which allegedly acted as a dark money transfer system for the Democrat Party.

According to DC Examiner investigative reporter Gabe Kaminsky: “The Soros-led OSF network poured another 2.5M in 2022 into Courier Newsroom, new records show, adding on to the millions it gave the progressive ‘media’ operation founded by Democratic operative Tara McGowan.”

Daily Caller broke the story:

Courier Newsroom, a network of websites that appear to be local news outlets but work to boost Democratic candidates, received $1.2 million from New Venture Fund, Hopewell Fund, and the Sixteen Thirty Fund, nonprofits managed by Arabella Advisors.

The Sixteen Thirty Fund is not required to disclose the source of its funding due to its 501(c)(4) nonprofit tax status, leading some to accuse the fund of operating as a dark money group.

New Venture Fund gave the network $940,000, Hopewell Fund gave it $100,000 and Sixteen Thirty Fund sent $125,000 to Courier Newsroom.

Take a look at some of the establishment propaganda from Courier Newsroom and its network of fake news websites.

Even Politico, a liberal news site, questioned the legitimacy of Courier:

The articles and Facebook ad dollars look like the efforts of a run-of-the-mill political group.

But they are actually from a news outlet:, also known as Courier, which was created and funded by the Democratic-aligned digital organization Acronym.

Courier has spent over $1.4 million on Facebook ads this election cycle, mostly to promote its flattering articles and videos about more than a dozen endangered House Democrats at the top of the Democratic Party’s priority list this November, according to Facebook’s political ad tracker.

But because Courier is organized as a media outlet, it does not have to disclose its donors or the total money it spends promoting Democratic politicians.


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