GOP Gets $30 Million Cash Infusion from Casino Mogul to Ward Off Democrats in Upcoming Elections

Democrats have been touting a big Blue Wave heading into the mid-term elections. But polling data, low unemployment, a revitalized economy and recently enacted tax reform may have that wave cresting at sea and never reaching land. Compound the fact that America appears to becoming great again with a recent massive infusion of GOP money and everyday Americans may just get another tax break in 2019.

On this Western Journal video posted on YouTube, Las Vegas Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson has apparently taken out his check book for the GOP and made a whale of a donation. The 84-year-old Adelson is a Boston native and the founder and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands. With an estimated net worth that tops $40 billion, he was instrumental in facilitating an NFL franchise relocating to Las Vegas and has been a registered Republican for more than 20 years.

Seeing the potential economic regression Democrats could bring if they retook the U.S. House of Representatives, Adelson has pledged upwards of $30 million to stop the left from undoing the hard-fought economic growth under the Trump Administration. While the funds are both generous and financially smart on Adelson’s part, you will be surprised about who prompted the mogul to back the GOP’s mid-term elections.

Take a few moments, check out this Western Journal video posted on YouTube and find out how Super Pac donation-getting really works!

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