Skip to comments.The Ed Schultz Super PAC loses Ed Schultz after raising… $25
Posted on 02/18/2016 9:06:25 AM PST by Spunky
The last time we heard from dismissed MSNBC host Ed Schultz he had run off to join Russia Today. This followed a long run as the lead in to an evening lineup of talkers where he managed to rack up ratings which were frequently beaten by reruns of Gilliganâs Island. During that time, he constantly provided news coverage and opinions on labor unions while being on their payroll. But things seemed to be looking up for Ed, at least for a while. Not only did he have a new gig shilling for Vladimir Putinâs government, but heâd been tapped to help launch a Super PAC which would ostensibly fight for the rights of everyday working Americans.
Ah, wellâ¦ the best laid plans, as they say. Evan Gahr at the Daily Caller reports that the PAC has fallen on hard times and Schultz is now leaving that job as well. Perhaps âfallenâ is the wrong word because it implies that they were once doing better. The truth is, the PAC never really went anywhere.
Behemoth broadcaster Ed Schultz has quietly resigned from the super PAC he founded shortly after his career imploded in part because of Daily Caller coverage of his disastrous trial for breach of partnership.
What a loss for Democratsâ¦
The super PAC, which boasted a tony headquarters at a downtown Washington UPS Store, reported receiving a $25 donation and a $100 loan during its first three months of operation.
Even more impressive, the group announced that it owed $10,345.44 for legal services and $3000 to a web design company.
It disbursed zero dollars.
(Excerpt) Read more at hotair.com ...
Schultz says (and means), “I know nothing.”
Sounds about like the Linda Graham war chest!
That will get you a lot of rounds of Super Pac(man) at least.
Hardly enough to buy ammo for his next dog.
Special Ed, very special Ed
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