Alleged scam PAC operator indicted by the Justice Department still ran robocalls after his arrest

Matthew Tunstall, a 34-year-old man from Texas, was charged along with two other men in November for allegedly operating two different PACs that used robocalls and written solicitations implying they were supporting 2016 presidential candidates — in some cases Hillary Clinton and in others Donald Trump.

The Justice Department says the men collected approximately $3.5 million from unwitting contributors, using it to enrich themselves instead of supporting the political candidate.

CNN’s KFile found Tunstall used another PAC he created in 2019 — called Campaign to Support the President — to send more than 166,000 robocalls, according to data from an anti-robocall app, to solicit donations just last month.

Tunstall’s Campaign to Support the President PAC ran 128,000 robocalls following his arrest on November 9, according to data reviewed by CNN’s KFile from Aaron Foss, the founder of…

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