Following APT’s revelation that Hansjorg Wyss is not a U.S. citizen, his influence over the midterm elections looms.
A dark money nonprofit aligned with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi received a multimillion-dollar cash infusion from a secret money group fueled by a Swiss billionaire.
APT obtained the biography of Wyss, written by his sister Hedi Wyss, entitled “Hansjörg Wyss: My Brother,” that further confirms he is not a U.S. citizen and his attempt to influence our elections through his foundation.
What does a group protesting Elon Musk’s bid to buy Twitter, a group spending millions attacking Senator Ron Johnson, and a ground blasting Senator Kyrsten Sinema for not supporting Biden’s agenda have in common? They are all registered trade names for the North Fund.
Today, Americans For Public Trust filed (APT) a lawsuit in the Washington D.C. District Court urging the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) to take further action on alleged illegal donations made by Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss to Democratic and liberal campaigns and causes.
Reports that White House press secretary Jen Psaki will soon leave government service to join MSNBC as a pundit raise serious ethical concerns, multiple experts told the Washington Examiner.
Americans for Public Trust today revealed more emails from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that clearly show the government agency’s Covid protocols were based on poor data.
Today, APT filed an ethics complaint against Republican Congressman Van Taylor (TX-03).
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