Santos blows off campaign finance allegations: ‘Candidates do not handle money’

Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) blew off campaign finance allegations in a Sunday interview, claiming he was not involved with financial matters while he was a candidate.

“As far as all the allegations, remember how a campaign works,” Santos told CNN’s Manu Raju on “Inside Politics.” “I’m a candidate. Candidates do not handle money. Candidates do not handle finances. Candidates do not handle filings.”

“I don’t even know what the FEC filing system looks like,” Santos added, referring to the independent agency that enforces campaign finance laws and a system in which a candidate’s campaign files their finance reports on their

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Mormon church investment fund whistleblower describes his Ensign Peak allegations | 60 Minutes

A former senior portfolio manager who labored at the financial investment arm of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints alleges the business masqueraded as a charity and violated its tax exempt position by directing resources created from member donations to bail out business enterprise with ties to the church.

David Nielsen submitted a whistleblower criticism with the IRS in 2019. Nielsen suggests that during his 9 years functioning at Ensign Peak Advisors, the benefit of the firm’s investments ballooned previous $100 billion. In his very first public responses, Nielsen informed 60 Minutes the agency applied wrong data and

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