Dark Money Part 2: The Karl Rove Machination

Part One of our "dark money" series examined the rise of super PACs and their insidious influence on American politics (watch "Dark Money Part 1: The Rise of Super PACs" here).

In Part Two, we look at an even more alarming trend: shady nonprofit organizations that are able to secret massive amounts of money into elections. These organizations have special permissions that make them even more dangerous to America's election process.

This dark money scheme has been taken to new extremes by some political operatives. One of the most prominent of these operatives is Karl Rove, a Republican strategist.

In the following video, we uncover how these underhanded nonprofits buy elections, using Rove as our case study:

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