Soros Connected Law Firm Perkins Coie Running The Crooked Democrat Show

The Law Firm Perkins Coie is closely tied to both George Soros and the Democrats, acting as if they were Soros’ agents during the Clinton and DWS Fusion GPS and server…

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From the account of the actions and reactions of the Democrat National Party and Hillary Clinton 2016 campaign leadership, it’s almost as if things are being run by their supposed legal team at Perkins Coie, as if George Soros had retained them to represent him in the day to day operations.

We already know that they were the conduit for money from Hillary Clinton and her puppet front organization, the Democrat National Committee to Fusion GPS. Now comes as related revelation that former DNC chairman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), did not bother to notify the DNC’s own leadership when the server breach was discovered.

Supposedly Wasserman Schultz told the DNC leadership a month after it happened, when she was forced into it due to the Washington Post being in the process of publishing the story. That revelation was carried in an excerpt from her book that ran in Politico.

Brazile seems quite anxious to disassociate her name from the DNC corruption, where possible, particularly where it involves criminal hijacking of the election by Clinton and Obama. She wrote of Wasserman Schultz, “She told [DNC officials] about the hacking only minutes before the Washington Post broke the news.”

Instead of contacting the FBI, the DNC went running to the reassuring arms and watchful eyes of Perkins Coie. It was their lawyers, we are told, who made the decision to hire a private contractor outside of law enforcement, CrowdStrike, which also receives Soros funding.

It appears to anyone with half a brain that they wanted to keep the FBI from seeing something that had been stolen or at some time had been stored on the server. The DNC leadership, naturally, disavow any knowledge of what transpired because they were, conveniently, not advised for 30 days.

In a June 14, 2016, article, the Washington Post stated “committee officials and security experts who responded to the breach” and said “DNC leaders were tipped to the hack in late April.”

They reported “Chief executive Amy Dacey got a call from her operations chief saying that their information technology team had noticed some unusual network activity.” Dacey enlisted a lawyer from Perkins Coie, who “called in” the private security firm CrowdStrike “to handle the DNC breach.”

Maybe AG Jeff Sessions would initiate an investigation into why Dacey or the attorneys at Perkins Coie didn’t involve the FBI. Send a couple of agents out to talk to her or them and let’s see how cooperative they are, or how long it takes them to claim attorney client privilege in order to obstruct an investigation into their suspicious behavior.

 

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2 Comments on Soros Connected Law Firm Perkins Coie Running The Crooked Democrat Show

  1. Soros is connected to every anti-American operation going on. Why is he not charged (rhetorical), and if he gets away with this one then for sure he is paying off the entire swamp.

  2. Hadenoughalready // November 3, 2017 at 2:47 pm // Reply

    The more Hitlery pushes the Trump / Russia collusion, the more the needle points to her and the DNC and the Soros’ connection is only becoming more obvious. Maybe, just maybe, the DoJ will get off its lazy ass and do something; but I won’t hold my breath.
    Sessions has, clearly, become a disappointment; say the least.

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