America’s most beautiful First Lady, Melania Trump, is being ‘investigated’ by the corrupt Florida Democrat Secretary of Agriculture Nikki Fried for attempting to raise money for foster children’s education.
The nasty Secretary of Agriculture in Florida is now attacking Melania Trump. Nikki Fried, previously started investigations into the We Build the Wall campaign, overstepping the law and using her position to attack political opponents. This work was ushered to the DOJ in Washington and used for utterly corrupt indictments of Trump allies who were building a wall.
Corrupt Fried next went after Sydney Powell, who was helping President Trump and America, in investigating the stolen 2020 Election.
Yesterday Fried announced that her department was now going to attack and harass Melania Trump to punish Melania for wanting to help foster children.
Today, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) released the following statement, attributable to a department spokesperson, regarding its investigation into a planned “Tulips & Topiaries” fundraising event that was to be held in Naples, Florida in April featuring former First Lady Melania Trump.
“In January 2022, FDACS Consumer Services Division began investigating whether the ‘Tulips & Topiaries’ event involved an entity operating in violation of Chapter 496, Florida Statutes. Following our investigation into the event in question, we have been informed that the event is no longer moving forward as planned. We have also been notified that the recipient of funds raised for the event is Generation Justice, which is a registered charity. Additionally, Whip Fundraising, which was involved with the event, had not been registered with the state and has now come into compliance as a registered professional solicitor and a professional fundraising consultant. With these developments, we consider our investigation into the event now closed.”
The Solicitation of Contributions Act requires anyone who solicits donations from people in the state of Florida to register with FDACS and renew annually. This applies to charitable organizations, sponsors, professional solicitors and professional fundraising consultants. For more information on these regulations and requirements, click here.