Rosa Brooks – founder of the Transition Integrity Project which purports to be a bipartisan force stopping President Trump from “stealing” the 2020 election – has funneled over $5,000 to Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign, according to Federal Election Commission records.
The Transition Integrity Project purports to be a neutral force but, in reality, the initiative is replete with fervent Never Trumpers and hard leftists. Not a single Trump-supporting Republican has been identified as a member.
The project “war-gamed” election outcomes where Biden, played by John Podesta, refused to concede the election.
And this revelation – donations between September 12th, 2019 and February 19th, 2020 totaling $5,100 to the Biden campaign from the project’s founder – is yet another blow to its facade of bipartisanship and neutrality.
The Biden campaign received $800 from Brooks in September 2019, $2,800 in November 2019, $1,000 in January 2020, and $500 in February 2020, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC) records:
Interspersed through Brooks’s donations to the “Biden for President” effort is $650 dollars split between failed presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren and failed Democratic congressional candidate and Obama White House alum, Evelyn Farkas.
Prior to the 2020 election cycle, Brooks donated nearly $16,500 between 2002 and 2018 to a host of Democratic candidates, including over $5,000 to Obama’s 2008 presidential effort and $8,100 to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign.
Per the FEC, not a single cent has gone to Republican candidates.
Brooks was an Obama-era Counselor to Under Secretary of Defense for Policy and Special Coordinator for Rule of Law and Humanitarian Policy along with a Senior Advisor t0 Bill Clinton’s State Department. She also served as Special Counsel to the President at the Open Society Institute and now serves on the advisory board of the foundation, the brainchild of progressive mega-donor George Soros.
While the Transition Integrity Project has professed to “take no position on how Americans should cast their votes,” its founder’s political preferences are clear: Brooks is a bonafide Biden supporter and donor.
The news follows an Axios story highlighting Hawkfish, a data analytics agency employed by the Democratic National Committee and pro-Biden Political Action Committees (PAC), admitting that President Trump will likely win an “incredible victory” on election night.
In the following days, they claim, mail-ballots would surface to flip the election in favor of Brooks’s candidate of choice: Biden.