The Bradley Impact Fund 2020 Tax FilingPublished on December 14, 2021
The Bradley Impact Fund describes itself as "a boutique donor-advised fund." It is the sister to a related and much larger fund, the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation. Jane Mayer of the New Yorker recently described the Bradley Foundation as being “an extraordinary force in persuading mainstream Republicans to support radical challenges to election rules.”
According to the tax filing, the Bradley Impact Fund had a big leap in revenue last year, going from $14 million in 2019, up to $31 million in 2020. It used this extra cash to boost its own support to a number of groups, and none more so than Project Veritas. In the previous four tax years combined, Project Veritas had received $54,818 from the Bradley Impact Fund. In 2020, it received $6,510,825.
You can view the Project Veritas tax filing for 2020 here.
This filing was provided by Documented to the Washington Post, who first reported about this on Dec 15th 2021: Project Veritas Nearly Doubled Its Funding in 2020 While Amplifying Baseless Election Fraud Claims
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