Democratic National Convention Speaker Susan Molinari Was A Lobbyist For Russia

One of the people who spoke at the Democratic National Convention was a woman named Susan Molinari. She was a Washington, DC lobbyist for Russia.

After screaming about Russia for four years, the Democrats actually had a lobbyist for Russia speak on behalf of Biden at their convention.

You couldn’t make this up. No one would believe it.

The Federalist reports:

Top DNC Speaker Susan Molinari Made Millions Lobbying For Russia, Federal Records Show

The heavily promoted formerly Republican lawmaker endorsing Joe Biden for president tonight at the Democratic National Convention was a highly paid Russian lobbyist whose firm was paid millions of dollars for work on behalf of the Kremlin, federal records show.

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According to federal documents filed pursuant to the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), the lobbying firm run by former Rep. Susan Molinari and its business partner received nearly $2.5 million in just one six-month period in 2008 to “cover fees and expenses for providing services for the benefit of the Russian Federation.”

During the final of the year, the Russian lobbying deal made the consortium another $2.8 million for its work on behalf of the Kremlin, records show.

Molinari, who ran for and won the same congressional seat vacated by her father in 1989, left Congress in 1997 to embark on a lucrative career promoting the interests of foreign governments in Russia, Bangladesh, and Panama.

Molinari’s former firm The Washington Group was part of a consortium of high-powered marketing and lobbying operations that raked in more than $60 million from the Russian Federation to improve the country’s image in the United States.

How many Democrats clapping along for the convention even know this? And would they even care?

So Russia is good now? It’s hard to keep track.

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