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July 23, 2024





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Very few people think about the 2010 Supreme Court decision that may have forever changed America’s elections. In a 5-4 decision, the court decided that independent expenditures for political campaigns by corporations, nonprofit organizations, labor unions, and other associations cannot be restricted by the government because of freedom of speech under the First Amendment.

When you wonder why and how dark money and Super PACs can give millions to support causes and candidates, now you know. These Super PACs can keep their donors hidden while you are restricted on campaign contributions and require complete transparency.

I could argue that this decision may have been a bigger blow to election integrity than any electronic machine, dropbox, or voter ID. Through dark money and Super PACs, people like George Soros can willfully and legally support and change election outcomes. They have, and Soros has for years. Look for high crime and low bail in Democrat cities, and there’s sure to be a Soros-backed DA close by.

This 2010 Supreme Court decision was another block removed from America’s foundation and the people. How can there be a government for the people, by the people, and of the people when only those with power and money control the levers of big business politics?

If election integrity is what you crave, then maybe starting with overturning Citizens United v Federal Election Commission is where you should start. From there, campaign and election reform on a grand scale is the only answer for the people to have their government back.

On this episode of ‘Truth Be Told with Booker Scott,’ author, public speaker, and former Senate candidate Chris Widener joins the conversation to consider some alternatives to dark money and Super PACs.

Plus, human trafficking and the sex business are pervasive in America. Terms like groomer and trap houses may have little meaning to you, but they are real, and they are everywhere. Founder of Stop The Movement, Sarah Lachance, joins the conversation to bring the truth about America’s black eye.

Truth Be Told with Booker Scott can be heard on weekdays at 6 pm E.T. on America Out Loud Talk Radio. Listen on iHeart Radio, our world-class media player, or our free apps on AppleAndroid, or Alexa. All episodes of Truth Be Told with Booker Scott can be found on podcast networks worldwide the day after airing on talk radio.


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  • Booker Scott

    Booker Scott started his broadcast career in 1986, and by the time he was 23 years old, he was a morning personality and program director for three different radio stations. He has worked for some of the biggest radio companies in the country, iHeart Radio and Cumulus Media. He’s worked in Nashville, Tampa, and Orlando, among others. He brings a unique perspective to the political landscape to Americans’ living rooms, not inside the Washington D.C. beltway. There may never be a more important year in America’s history than the one we live in now. Together, we search for the truth, ask questions, and look for transparency and accountability. Booker is Founder and President of This organization was born from his effort to help with election integrity prior to the 2022 mid-term elections. The platform makes it easy for anyone in the country to access their local poll worker application with only two clicks on the internet. God, Family and Country are what’s important to him and the future of all three is what motivates him.


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