A pro-Hillary group that used one of her top lawyers to sue for voter suppression is now being investigated for voter fraud. (That never happens) Actually, it’s no longer a matter of if they committed voter fraud, it’s a question of how much voter fraud they committed.
Marc Elias a partner at the Washington, D.C., law firm Perkins Coie, and general counsel for Clinton’s presidential campaign, filed a lawsuit against Ohio for voter suppression. It was one of three states he filed in and whose funding comes from George Soros.
Michael Vachon, spokesman for George Soros, commented about the suit:
“It is disingenuous to suggest that these laws are meant to protect against voter fraud, which is nearly nonexistent. Clearly they are meant to give Republicans a political advantage on Election Day.”