Gaskins contribution to Corey Rogerson one of his largest EVER | Eastern North Carolina Now | Corey Rogerson is bought and paid for

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The $5,000 that Herman Gaskins gave Corey Rogerson is, by far, the largest contribution that Rogerson has received.  That much money speaks loudly in politics.

Gaskins only gave radical left NC Supreme Court candidate Lucy Inman, whose sign Rogerson dutifully displays at his campaign table in front of the Board of Elections, a contribution of $2,000.  Inman supports gun control and the sexualization of young children based on her endorsements and memberships.

That $5,000 to Rogerson is also one of the largest political contributions that longtime liberal Democrat political operative and contributor Herman Gaskins has ever given, based on the records of the NC Board of Elections and the Federal Election Commission.  Over decades of political activism, Herman Gaskins has made a total of 467 recorded political contributions.

Gaskins' funding of Rogerson's campaign is tied for the third largest political contribution Gaskins has ever made among those 467 contributions.   Gaskins gave $5,600 to far left NC Attorney General Josh Stein, and $5,100 to leftwing Governor Roy Cooper.  Then comes Gaskins $5,000 to Rogerson, tied with other $5,000 contributions to the NC Democratic Party state campaign fund, and the NC Democratic Party federal campaign fund.

Gaskins wife Debra is also recorded as giving 62 political contributions to Democrats, almost all of the leftwing variety.  She has made three contributions of $5,000 each, to the NC Democratic Party federal campaign fund, to Roy Cooper, and to local Democrat District Court Judge Darrell Cayton.  Herman Gaskins was regarded as the political godfather of Cayton's campaign, and he drove Cayton around the county talking to political allies just as he had this time with Rogerson.

Also in the Gaskins family, Herman and Debra's son Parker Gaskins, who works as a paralegal in their firm, has made a total of 28 recorded political contributions, with several in four figures, but the highest only $2,500.    He is not in the same league with his parents, but then his income is undoubtedly much smaller.

In politics, there is an old saying that money talks, and $5,000 not only talks.  It screams.  What is the full story of Gaskins' involvement in this race?

One thing is certain.  That fake line spread by some of his campaign workers about Rogerson switching parties after the election does not line up with the heavy involvement of highly partisan left wing Democrat operative Herman Gaskins in his race.  What does he expect to get out of his bankrolling Corey Rogerson?

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( October 25th, 2022 @ 7:55 am )
My son voted yesterday and said the sign for that radical Lucy Inman had been moved from Corey Rogerson's tent to across from it, but the Rogerson sign is still there on the truck holding the sign. I guess Rogerson got enough heat for backing the radical Inman and got permission from his financial sugar daddy Gaskins to move the sign. He did not have enough brains to take his sign off of the truck or maybe Gaskins did not allow him to do that?
( October 24th, 2022 @ 8:07 am )
Another article on the BO pointed out that some local Republicans have chummed up with liberal Democrat Rogerson like RINOs Frankie Waters and Pat Varcoe. Frankie Waters has been a Democrat ally as long as he has claimed to be a fake Republican, so that is not surprising. Varcoe claims to be a party officer but another article on here showed he was the one who was responsible for sending most of the party's money out of the county where it would not help local candidates. Why he did so is now becoming apparent. He is trying to sabotage local GOP candidates.

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