The era of the Clintons approaches its end. Finally.
Hillary Clinton sees the writing on the wall, thus she has amassed thousands of attorneys to sue after her impending election loss. The woman who chastised Trump for threatening to sue post-election is yet again following in the footsteps of Trump.
As Bloomberg reports,
Clinton is assembling a voter protection program that has drawn thousands of lawyers agreeing to lend their time and expertise in battleground states, though the campaign isn’t saying exactly how many or where. It is readying election observers in Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Hampshire, Iowa, Nevada and Arizona to assess any concerns — including the potential for voter intimidation — and to verify normal procedures.
Crooked Democrats are the people who rig voting machines. Democrats fight for illegals to have drivers license, just in case they can’t get rid of valid voter ID.
Lecherous Democrats are the people caught driving buses from polling location to polling location so people can vote multiple times. Democrats have been caught on uncover video not registering non-Democrats, and even trashing valid Republican votes.
Yet, Hillary Clinton fears voter fraud? Hillary Clinton fears there won’t be enough voter fraud.
Ironic, since Politifact called Trump’s concerns baseless. Here is the actual title of their article with excerpt below:
Donald Trump’s baseless claims about the election being ‘rigged’
This is a serious allegation that challenges the integrity of the election, so we asked the Trump campaign to elaborate. We didn’t hear back.
When Trump has offered specifics — people voting though they’re ineligible, people voting multiple times, people impersonating dead voters — he’s actually talking about voter fraud, committed by individuals and committed very rarely.
Thus, as Bloomberg continues,
The Republican National Lawyers Association, which trains attorneys in battleground states and in local jurisdictions where races are expected to be close, aims to assemble 1,000 lawyers ready to monitor polls and possibly challenge election results across the country. Hedge fund manager Robert Mercer, one of Trump’s biggest backers, has sunk $500,000 into the group, its biggest donation in at least four presidential elections, Internal Revenue Service filings show.
“We are fighting for open, fair and honest elections,” the association’s executive director, Michael Thielen, said in an e-mail.
I should note that my partner in the Tea Party Community spearheads an effort to do exit polling in battleground states. We have thousands of poll watchers who will put the Democrats on notice. We will gather evidence of cheating when it occurs.
As you may have guessed, Democrats have sued to prevent our activities. The New York Times wrote that monitoring polls amounts to “voter intimidation.”