Conspiracy Money

 Conspiracy Money

Here’s that lady who hijacked the spotlight from Rudy Giuliani last night at John Faso’s fundraiser with a conspiracy theory about 9/11 and a New World Order. She was sitting at a table right near the podium and paid $300 to get in the door.

Every dollar counts, considering Faso only has $972,256.66, compared to Eliot Spitzer’s $14,062,420.21

But I wonder if this is one of those cases where they’ll return the money, or donate it somewhere. I’m still waiting to hear back from the Faso campaign.

— Azi Paybarah

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