Is McAuliffe just following “advice” taken from dear Hillary? It just seems so…
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After he spent more than $60,000 on a high-profile attorney, that has a history and reputation for orchestrating election-related court challenges.
Some e-mails got sent to Fox News (allegedly by mistake), which prove exactly how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate’s campaign team tried to “kill” the story after Fox News reached out to the campaign for comment on the onboarding of the aforementioned attorney.
Team McAuliffe emails reveal effort to 'kill this' Fox News story https://t.co/BIbiFamNzV
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) October 29, 2021
“McAuliffe’s campaign reportedly spent $53,680 on the services from the Elias Law Group, a firm started by Marc Elias in August of 2021 after he left Perkins Coie.
Rings a bell?!
It is THE SAME company hired by Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign – and it was Elias who was also involved in “bringing on Fusion GPS to conduct opposition research for the Clinton campaign at the time.”
Even criminal defense attorney and Shapiro Chair for Public Interest Law at The George Washington University Law School, Jonathan Turley, warned about this very suspicious hire made by McAuliffe’s team on Twitter.
McAuliffe may be preparing to challenge any win by Republican Glenn Youngkin. He has given $53,680 to the Elias Law Group. McAuliffe does not appear disturbed by Elias’ highly controversial career or his possible exposure in the Durham investigation…https://t.co/Gb6YzAJmBo
— Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) October 28, 2021