President Donald Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is facing substantial legal challenge — but peel back the layers of the plaintiffs and there’s a common denominator that emerges, and it’s this: They’re heavily funded by groups tied to George Soros.
In fact, the more groups that pile on the suit, the more the dark hand of Soros emerges.
These groups just don’t want Trump looking at problems and discrepancies with the ballot boxes. Why not?
The red flag that rises seems to say: Maybe they’re worried what will be found.
Read this, from Breitbart:
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) filed an amended complaint in their own lawsuit against the commission Monday alleging it has no authority to request voting records from the states as part of its mission. The commission halted such collection as a result.
Like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), who are also suing the Advisory Commission, EPIC has in the past been a recipient of funds from Soros’s Open Societies Foundations, although, as EPIC Director Mark Rotenberg stressed to LifeZette Wednesday, the group, unlike the ACLU, has not received Soros money since 2005.
Nonetheless, attorneys with the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) — a conservative public interest law firm that has launched its own lawsuits trying to compel local election authorities to release their voter rolls and purge them of fraudulent registrants — say this does preclude collusion between the ideologically aligned groups.
Logan Churchwell, research director and spokesman for PILF discussed the lawsuits with LifeZette Monday. “They’re working in concert,” he said of EPIC, the ACLU, and other groups suing to keep voter rolls out of the hands of the Advisory Commission, “We know that, because we’re fighting them in concert.”
“There’s no question about the ideology this is coming from and what they’re trying to do,” Churchwell added.
The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity was established by executive order this May to investigate and advise on voter fraud and vulnerabilities in our voting system. Its members are slated to include Vice President Mike Pence, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, former DOJ Civil Rights Division lawyer and PILF head J. Christian Adams, and former Cincinnati Mayor Ken Blackwell.
Honestly, as soon as a Soros link is uncovered, the reaction of the public should be this: Yep, it’s tainted all right.
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller