Breaking: Did Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Violate Election Laws?

Everybody knows Hillary Clinton would sell her soul to be president. There are simply no laws Clinton or her minions would not break to see her sit her big white buttocks in the Oval Office at the new Affirmative Action desk.

So would Clinton violate election laws? Can a buck-tooth woman eat corn through a chain-link fence?

According to Law Newz,

The Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission on Thursday that accuses the Clinton Campaign of illegally coordinating with David Brock’s Super PAC Correct the Record.

The CLC’s complaint alleges Correct the Record has made $5.95 million in in-kind contributions in the form of coordinated expenditures that were accepted by the Clinton campaign.  The complaint alleges such contributions violate the Federal Election Campaign Act (“FECA”), 52 U.S.C. § 30101, et seq., and Commission regulations.

The Correct the Record super PAC was founded in 2015 by David Brock to act as a rapid response team in support of Hillary Clinton’s run for the presidency.  Brock is a longtime Clinton supporter and founder of the left-wing media watchdog group Media Matters. To support the Clinton campaign, Correct the Record launched the “Barrier Breakers 2016” project.  According to a press release, the project created “digital task force” to “push back” against negative stories and comments about Clinton posted by users on Twitter, Facebook, Reddit and Instagram.

According to the CLC, Correct the Record has openly acknowledged that it coordinates with the Clinton Campaign.  The complaint quotes a 2015 Washington Post report that said, “Correct the Record believes it can avoid the coordination ban by relying on a 2006 Federal Election Commission regulation that declared that content posted online for free, such as blogs, is off limits from regulation.”

Will this put Hillary Clinton in prison? Of course not. But it’s one more doubt for those who say they are on the fence about Clinton versus Trump.

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