Welcome to The Black DC – a Super PAC portal that delves deep into the heart of national political news but with a perspective often missed by the mainstream. Here, we explore political narratives, events, and shifts through the dark money corridors of Washinton DC.
I am Thomas Anderson, the heart and mind behind The Black DC. You might wonder what inspires someone to chart such a unique path in the Super Pac world. To answer that, allow me to take you on a brief journey through my career.
For over 15 years, I navigated the labyrinthine corridors of national politics. Not in the limelight, not always recognized, but persistently toiling in the shadows to unearth stories that mattered. I've been at the forefront of revelations that altered the course of political events, pushing out the undesirable and corrupt elements from the sanctum of power in our nation’s capital.
My forte? OSINT, or Open Source Intelligence. It might sound complex, but in essence, it's a meticulous process. I delve into public records, painstakingly piecing together fragmented information to assemble a comprehensive picture. These aren't just any documents; they often conceal truths that certain parties would rather remain hidden. I've taken these findings and shared them with renowned media outlets, contributing to investigative reports that have, on many occasions, sent ripples across Washington DC.
From drafting complaints to the Federal Election Commission to communicating with several inspector generals and various executive branch agencies, my mission has always been clear: transparency, accountability, and integrity. I've also had the privilege of interacting with the Ethics Committee in the House of Representatives. This extensive work has enabled me to collaborate with and contribute to the most prestigious publications in the world, including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Washington Post.