The Democrats are like a cheating boyfriend who won’t let you look at his cell phone.
Keep the law firm Perkins Coie in mind.
It was Perkins Coie, after all, that handled Barack Obama’s fake birth certificate press conference and the aftermath.
Maricopa County Democrats in Arizona are the perfect examples of the cheating boyfriend analogy. They are using the very same law firm–Perkins Coie— that went to the many governors and state attorney generals to get election rules changed before November 2020 election.
Media and the Democrats are supporting this politically connected legal team known as “Protect Democracy” to circumvent legal attempts to audit Arizona votes. The Protect Democracy group uses Bill and Hillary Clinton’s infamous law firm, Perkins Coie.
As Perkins Coie prepare for more fraud, it’s much easier with Democrats and Mainstream Media in control.
Remember when the Department of Justice (DOJ) did nothing about the whole FISA fraud scam against President Donald J. Trump? The only exception was a sacrificial lamb FBI lawyer who lied on an email that Carter Page never worked for the CIA. He will get a slap on the wrist with a year’s probation.
The FBI and DOJ have turned into a cleaning service for Deep State and Democrats rather than an anti-crime program.
When the Arizona legislature authorized a full and comprehensive audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 election ballots, the Maricopa County board of elections threw every roadblock against the state legislature to block the audit.
A state judge agreed with the legislative intent and affirmed the authority of the audit. Then the county board held an emergency secret meeting and refused to allow the auditors to use their facilities.
Part of the audit authorization (included in the state’s audit instructions) was for a limited canvassing of actual voters; meaning the auditors can go to the homes, locations of people, groups and verify they actually voted or submitted the ballots attributed to them.
This was why Perkins Coie was called in. One of their first acts was to threaten the contracted auditing agency, Florida-based Cyber Ninjas.
They sent a letter indicating legal action was imminent if Cyber Ninjas followed through with their authority and question the voters who are attributed as sources of thousands of ballots in single geographic locations.
Besides Perkins Coie being the firm that paid Fusion GPS on behalf of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, they worked for the Democratic National Committee to produce the infamous Christopher Steele dossier that served as part of the scheme for the FBI to investigate ultimately disproven Russia collusion charges.
This dossier contained wild and unsubstantiated charges, but it was cited as purported evidence in four successful FISA court applications to conduct surveillance on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
Under President Trump’s direction last fall, Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe declassified documents that revealed former CIA Director John Brennan briefed former President Obama on Hillary Clinton’s purported “plan” to tie then-candidate Donald Trump to Russia as “a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server” ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
The cat was out of the bag when Ratcliffe declassified Brennan’s handwritten notes – which were taken after he briefed Obama on the intelligence the CIA received – and a CIA memo, which revealed that officials referred the matter to the FBI for potential investigative action.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence transmitted the declassified documents to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees.
Brennan’s notes read:
“We’re getting additional insight into Russian activities from [REDACTED]. CITE [summarizing] alleged approved by Hillary Clinton a proposal from one of her foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by the Russian security service.”
The notes state “on 28 of July.” In the margin, Brennan wrote “POTUS,” but that section of the notes were redacted.
“Any evidence of collaboration between Trump campaign + Russia,” the notes read.
The remainder of the notes are redacted, except in the margins, which reads: “JC,” “Denis,” and “Susan.” “
Months later, we now know “JC” was referring to then-FBI Director James Comey, “Susan” was National Security Adviser Susan Rice, and “Denis” was Obama chief of staff Denis McDonough.
The declassification came shortly after Ratcliffe shared newly-declassified information with the Senate Judiciary Committee which revealed that in September 2016, U.S. intelligence officials forwarded an investigative referral on Hillary Clinton. It was purportedly approving “a plan concerning U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russian hackers hampering U.S. elections” in order to distract the public from her email scandal.
That referral was sent to Comey and then-Deputy Assistant Director of Counterintelligence Peter Strzok.
“The following information is provided for the exclusive use of your bureau for background investigative action or lead purposes as appropriate,” the CIA memo to Comey and Strzok stated.
“This memorandum contains sensitive information that could be source revealing. It should be handled with particular attention to compartmentation and need-to-know. To avoid the possible compromise of the source, any investigative action taken in response to the information below should be coordinated in advance with Chief Counterintelligence Mission Center, Legal,” the memo, which was sent to Comey and Strzok, read. “It may not be used in any legal proceeding—including FISA applications—without prior approval…”
“Per FBI verbal request, CIA provides the below examples of information the CROSSFIRE HURRICANE fusion cell has gleaned to date,” the memo continued. ““An exchange [REDACTED] discussing US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s approval of a plan concerning US presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russian hackers hampering US elections as a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server.”
The memo was heavily redacted.
Ratcliffe informed the committee that the Obama administration obtained Russian intelligence in July 2016 with allegations against Clinton, but cautioned that the intelligence community “does not know the accuracy of this allegation or the text to which the Russian intelligence analysis may reflect exaggeration or fabrication.”
According to Ratcliffe’s letter, the intelligence included the “alleged approval by Hillary Clinton on July 26, 2016, of a proposal from one of her foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by Russian security services.”
“To be clear, this is not Russian disinformation and has not been assessed as such by the Intelligence Community,” Ratcliffe said in a statement to the media, who later briefed Congress on the sensitive sources and methods by which it was obtained.
“This is not Russian disinformation. Even Brennan knew, or he wouldn’t be briefing the president of the United States on it,” a source confirmed later. “There is a high threshold to orally brief the president of the United States and he clearly felt this met that threshold.”
The release of these documents were ignored or downplayed by most Mainstream Media because the “information has been sought by hundreds of congressional requests for legitimate oversight purposes and was withheld for political spite—and the belief that they’d never get caught.”
The week prior to the release of these documents, during a Senate Judiciary Committee, James Comey was asked whether he received an investigative referral on Clinton from 2016. He said it didn’t “ring any bells.”
“You don’t remember getting an investigatory lead from the intelligence community? Sept. 7, 2016, U.S. intelligence officials forwarded an investigative referral to James Comey and Strzok regarding Clinton’s approval of a plan [about] Trump…as a means of distraction?” Senator Leslie Graham asked Comey.
“That doesn’t ring any bells with me,” Comey said.
“That’s a pretty stunning thing that it doesn’t ring a bell,” Graham tossed back. “You get this inquiry from the intelligence community to look at the Clinton campaign trying to create a distraction, accusing Trump of being a Russian agent or a Russian stooge.”
Graham questioned “how far-fetched is that,” citing the fact that Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, through law firm Perkins Coie, hired Fusion GPS and ex-British intelligence officer Christopher Steele to author and compile information for the controversial and unverified anti-Trump dossier.
Again, it was the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, through Perkins Coie, who hired Fusion GPS and ex-British intelligence officer Christopher Steele to author and compile information for the controversial and unverified anti-Trump dossier.