According to a new bombshell report from Lifezette, George Soros is dishing out MASSIVE bucks in an effort to stop Trump’s voter fraud commission.
If voter fraud is not a real issue, why are only Dems fighting so hard to prevent the TRUTH from coming out?
Clearly, they are acting like they have something to hide … and we all know that it is.
President Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission announced late Monday it’s temporarily suspending its collection of voter data from states following a lawsuit by the Electronic Privacy Information Center.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center had asked for a temporary restraining order in its July 3 suit, saying the commission should have had a plan to protect the data on individual voters before it set about collecting it from the state.
But there’s more to the story.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) is headed by an attorney named Marc Rotenberg, who previously worked as counsel to super-liberal Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.). And while the organization claims to focus on privacy, it also recently sued to force the IRS to release Trump’s tax returns, information that, unlike voter records, which are typically given out to any member of the public who requests it, really is confidential.
The organization, like many others fighting to stop the release and review of voter roll data, has a history with George Soros through his Open Society Foundations.
Marc Rotenberg, executive director of EPIC, told LifeZette on Wednesday the organization last received support from the Open Society Foundations in 2005.
The Open Society Foundations have a $940 million budget and a staff of 1,600 with 47 offices in 42 countries. It originally supported post-Soviet countries in their transition to democracy, but now in the U.S. it funds the radical Black Lives Matter movement as well as numerous groups that are fighting to prevent the U.S. government from enforcing its immigration laws. And it’s now funding efforts to stop a federal review of voter rolls in the U.S.
Organizations with more widely reported, recent funding ties to the group have also fought the efforts of the presidential voter fraud commission.
The ACLU, which also sued the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity this month to try to stop it from collecting voter data, is partially funded by Soros.
In 2011, the ACLU got $11 million from the Open Society Foundations and was the No. 4 top recipient of Soros money in the U.S. It’s suing the commission for failure to hold open meetings and to make its meeting minutes available to the public.
Several other Soros-funded groups have gotten involved as interveners in lawsuits brought by the Public Interest Legal Foundation, which is suing to compel counties and states to maintain their voter rolls and remove ineligible voters.
“Whenever we try to sue, a Soros-funded group jumps in,” says Logan Churchwell, the organization’s research director and spokesman. “They’re working in concert. We know that, because we’re fighting them in concert.”
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