Terry McAuliffe continues to attack parents and tell bold face lies, but he’s not worried about the election… like all democrat, China-owned operatives, the deep state will rig the ‘counts,’ and dirty lawyers like Mark Elias will sue to protect the rigged counts.
Well, well, well…. Unfortunately, this is not a surprise. Former Virginia Governor and current candidate Terry McAuliffe sits atop the executive suites in what remains of the Clinton political tribe. McAuliffe is very close to the Clinton crime syndicate in all aspects of his politics.
As noted by Jonathan Turley, a concerned candidate McAuliffe has now enlisted the assistance of Clinton’s corrupt legal consigliere Mark Elias.
A verklempt Mr. Turley is shocked, shocked that a politician of McAulliffe’s pedigree would hire a known Machiavellian type like Mr. Elias:
Turley – “Elias has not been criminally charged in his actions related to the 2020 election. Yet, bringing Elias into the Virginia race in the midst of the Durham investigation is an astonishing decision by McAuliffe. There are a host of election lawyers but McAuliffe selected an attorney accused of lying to the media, advancing rejected conspiracy theories, and currently involved in a major federal investigation that has already led to the indictment of his former partner.” (read more)
Elias hails from the ever-familiar Perkins Coie law firm and has a specialty in assisting with corrupt election activity, and then defending against any effort to reveal it in the aftermath.
In the Virginia governors race, the White House will support the efforts of Elias (meaning, the DOJ/FBI will take a vacation for a few weeks) because handlers just added Joe Biden’s credibility to the equation by having the White House occupant campaign there.
Knowing they needed to take advantage of the COVID window of opportunity, Virginia previously codified their mail-in ballot schemes into state election law. Putting the entire operation into perspective, with mail-in ballots, ballot harvesters and Mark Elias in place, the Democrats now have all the tools needed to win the Virginia election next week.
The only thing remaining is for Rupert Murdoch to tell Bret Baier whether to call the race for McAuliffe earlier in the day from fabricated exit polls or wait a few seconds until after the polls actually close.
FOX News reported on Thursday that Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s campaign made a late-game push before the election, spending nearly $60,000 on a high-profile attorney known for representing Democrats and masterminding some election-related legal challenges.
McAuliffe’s campaign spent $53,680 on the services of the Elias Law Group, a new firm started earlier this year by Marc Elias.
Elias was also previously a partner at the law firm Perkins Coie hired by Hillary Clinton to bring in Fusion GPS and the bogus Trump dossier.
This is certainly a peculiar campaign expense in the waning hours of the campaign unless McAuliffe knows something that the rest of us don’t.
It is foolish to believe that Democrats will not attempt to steal the gubernatorial election after the good fortune they had with Joe Biden and the 2020 election fraud.
We have written about Elias numerous times here on The Gateway Pundit.
Elias was involved in the court cases in Wisconsin arguing for drop boxes for ballots in that state in the 2020 election.
Elias was behind not one, but two big cases in Georgia. He was behind a case in North Carolina. Elias was involved in the Steele dossier as well, which was the garbage report created to slander candidate and then President Trump and tie him to Russia. Dirty Marc Elias was also sanctioned by a Texas Federal Appeals Court earlier this year.
Obviously, Democrats have something up their sleeve if they are bringing in Marc Elias.
BREAKING: Fox News releases a new Virginia poll for the gubernatorial race. Republican Youngkin now leads by 8%! EIGHT PERCENT over Democrat Terry McAuliffe. That's with likely voters and well outside the margin of error, which is 3%. pic.twitter.com/zvFO9ftnIx
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) October 28, 2021