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Top Donors of the Federalist Society
Top Donors include:
The Judicial Crisis Network - An American conservative activist political campaign organization based in the United States. It has been run by Carrie Severino, a former law clerk for supreme court justice Clarence Thomas.
The Mercer Family: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2017/03/07/who-are-trump-donors-bob-and-rebekah-mercer/98812284/
Among the biggest beneficiaries of Mercer donations: the Media Research Center, which received nearly $9 million from 2012 to 2014, a USA TODAY tally shows. The group touts its “unwavering commitment to neutralizing left-wing bias in the news media and popular culture.” Other big recipients include the conservative Federalist Society, which took in nearly $3.7 million during that three-year-period, and Citizens United, which received $3.6 million. Citizens United, run by Bossie, is perhaps best known for its attempt to distribute a 2007 anti-Clinton movie that gave rise to the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision in 2010 that opened the door to unlimited corporate and union money.
Koch Brothers and Koch Foundation: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/05/we-now-know-how-the-koch-brothers-and-leonard-leo-buy-special-favors.html
Koch has long insisted that his donations come with no strings attached and do not allow him to exert undue influence over GMU’s internal affairs. The emails indicate otherwise. By far the most damning correspondences are between Leo and various GMU officials, including those who oversee the student admissions and faculty hiring processes. Leo heads the Federalist Society, a lavishly funded conservative legal group that currently serves as a pipeline to the Trump administration.
It appears from these emails that Leo functioned as a kind of emissary between the Kochs and the university. In 2015, the dean of GMU’s law school, Henry N. Butler, sent Leo his five-year plan. Leo promptly set up a call to discuss “a number of questions,” after which Butler thanked him for his “wise counsel.” The next year, Leo coordinated the donation of $10 million from Charles Koch and $20 million from an anonymous donor to rename the law school after Scalia. That anonymous donor was later revealed to be the “BH Fund,” a tax-exempt group of which Leo is president.