RICHMOND, Va. – Got a spare $100,000? If you do, then Governor McAuliffe has invited you and your companion, to a special, private dinner at the Governor’s Mansion. Just write the six-figure check to his new Political Action Committee.
In my exclusive co-authored article for the Washington Post, I reveal the previously secret details of the special favors being granted to those who can afford the $100,000, including special access to the Governor’s top policy advisors dictating policy for the McAuliffe Administration.
Think of it.
Formally selling special access to the Governor and top government officials by promising exclusive government benefits in exchange for a $100,000 quid-pro-quo.
I am not suggesting anything illegal. WHICH IS THE POINT! Is this really what you want at City Hall, at the Governor’s Mansion, in the Congress?
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