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Poor Sandra Fluke Can’t Afford Birth Control, But She Just Spent $100,000
*Author: * Editor <http://www.thepoliticalinsider.com/author/mattnaugle/>
*Posted: *July 30, 2014
Sandra Fluke, the former Georgetown Law student who is still living on her
15 minutes of fame after Rush Limbaugh pointed out her promiscuity, is
running for the state Senate in California. And guess who is Sandra fluke’s
The answer is: Sandra Fluke! She donated $12,000 to her campaign and
$4,826.27 in non-monetary contributions. In addition, she LOANED her
campaign $100,000. This is from the same woman who is demanding employers
be forced to pay for her contraception she supposedly couldn’t afford just
a year ago.
For a proper comparison, let’s put those totals in terms of birth control.
$100,000 is enough to buy more than 16,000 boxes of brand-name condoms or
more than 925 YEARS worth of generic birth control from Target pharmacy.
Fluke won’t say where the money came from, but the Washington Examiner
Perhaps the loan was in part secured by the family of Fluke’s husband, Adam
Mutterperl. In 2012, Fluke married Mutterperl, an amateur stand-up comic
and son of big-time Democratic donor William Mutterperl.
And wouldn’t you know it–the Mutterperls have donated quite a bit to
Fluke’s campaign. William and Nancy Mutterperl have each donated $8,200 to
Fluke’s campaign. Adam has given a bit less – $4,100.
As a family, the Mutterperls have given Fluke $20,500. Fluke’s own family
has donated $9,600 to her campaign (her mother gave one donation as Betty
and one as Elizabeth).
While it’s not unusual for family members to donate to a campaign (it would
be far more telling if they didn’t give), the fact that the donations,
along with Fluke’s loan, accounts for 33 percent of Fluke’s fundraising is
In total, Fluke has raised $416,185.28, according to disclosure forms. With
one-third of that total coming from her family, it appears the campaign is
trying to pump up its donation totals to appear stronger than it actually
Fluke’s entire public persona is to tell women that it is a guaranteed
right to have sex- with anyone- without repercussions. The government
should pay for birth control… including abortion up to the time of
This is a dangerous message to children and young women who already live in
a culture which promotes premarital relations. One would hope that true
feminists would think like Megyn Kelly of Fox News
reject her disturbing, anti-woman message.
Fluke’s ability to dump 6 figures into her campaign is just another glaring
example of liberal hypocrisy.
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