‘Meadows’s theory of the case is not plausible’: Appeals court rejects Mark Meadows effort to get his Georgia RICO charges before a federal judge — again

Mark Meadows

FILE – White House chief of staff Mark Meadows speaks with reporters outside the White House, Monday, Oct. 26, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Conservative nonprofits improperly used slush funds to pay former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows‘ legal bills, according to a complaint filed by a public corruption watchdog.

On Wednesday, Accountable.US submitted a five-page letter with the Washington D.C. Attorney General’s Office alleging that in 2022, two conservative 501(c)(3) groups moved roughly $1.1 million around in order to evade accountability for their spending and other related subterfuge to “mask the true beneficiary of the funds.”

“There is significant public evidence showing that both organization [sic] may be acting in a manner that is contrary to their nonprofit purposes, which is grounds for their immediate dissolution under D.C. law,” the complaint reads.

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