You may make of this story what you will but I urge you to turn your attention to the “contribution” list and ask yourself, where do the type of donations listed here come from? i.e. Where does that type of money come from? and, Why would a law firm make those type of donations? certainly not because they are philosophically in agreement with the recipients since the recipients have no philosophical underpinnings. I suggest those type of donations only come from one place and that is the fees paid by the clients who are the same people who are receiving the donations, that is, tax dollars are funneled to the law firm, gross over-payments in my estimation, and then kicked back to the same organizations that work to elect more people who can do the same – this is precisely what the dems do with the unions and other of their “supporters”. They pay them with your tax dollars – just think about it – who has the type of money that would allow a law firm to “donate” over $8 million dollars in one year? If that was the donation how much did the law firm keep? Is that one tenth of the fees they “donated”? Who has the type of money to pay ANYONE $80 million or $40 million or $20 million in one year? Where do you think the money comes from? Since ALL money that all businesses and universities and governments have comes from one place the answer is obvious — the money comes from you.
The entire thing is a scam wherein the American taxpayer is funding his own enslavement via totally corrupt pols who dole out your money to favored groups that then return a portion of it via “contributions”.
Political Smear Job? Law Firm Investigating Accusations Against Jim Jordan Steeped In Partisanship
Authored by Jon Hall via Free Market Shooter blog,
Over the July 4th holiday, NBC News posted an article detailing alleged sexual abuse at Ohio State University. At the center of the story, NBC News implicated one of the most well-known members of the Republican party, Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio.
Former wrestlers that Jordan coached over two decades ago at OSU accuse him of failing to stop the team doctor from molesting students.
It’s obvious to anyone paying attention that Jim Jordan is on the rise. Already a member of the Freedom Caucus, his name has been thrown around by many for the next Speaker of the House. Jordan has also led the charge against the corruption at the FBI and DOJ – known for many heated debates in hearings.
To note, the University opened an investigation into the accusations that Dr. Richard Strauss – who died in 2005 – abused students when he was the doctor for the wrestling team during his tenure from the mid-70’s to late 90’s back in April. The timing of Jordan’s name being thrown into the mess is not the only suspect element regarding this scandal…
Enter Perkins Coie, the firm heavily involved in the investigation into whether or not Russia influenced the 2016 Presidential election. When DNC servers were hacked, Perkins Coie did not go to authorities with proof of the hack but instead hired Crowdstrike, a cybersecurity firm with ties to Hillary Clinton, to investigate the breach.
As FMShooter reported back in 2017:
On top of all of this, Crowdstrike was the only one to come to a conclusion on the “Russia” conspiracy. The FBI never even inspected the hacked DNC servers and simply went off of Crowdstrike’s conclusion that Russian hackers did infiltrate DNC servers when there is absolutely no proof behind their claim.
Perkins Coie also sits at the center of the FISA abuse scandal. The Steele dossierwas the first piece of evidence used in FISA warrants to surveil former Trump team member, Carter Page. Both the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee helped fund research into the Steele dossier through Perkins Coie – the very same law firm that is now looking into the accusations against Strauss and Jim Jordan.
For proof, OpenSecrets has Perkins Coie’s major contributions laid bare.
Of course, the DNC tops the list with Hillary For America, Obama for America, and Priorities USA Action – David Brock’s former PAC – also making appearances; along with many other high-profile Democratic fundraising efforts.
Notably, Perkins Coie was hired by OSU to investigate the accusations less than a month after the University shut down their office that helped sexual-assault victims. In a statement, OSU said:
To date, Perkins Coie has interviewed more than 150 former students and witnesses and is engaged in further investigative efforts. Ohio State has shared all additional information that has come to the attention of the university with the independent investigators whose work is ongoing.
This isn’t even mentioning the shaky history of Jordan’s accusers, raising questions about their authenticity.
One of the accusers, Mike DiSabato is being accused by the widow of a marine for intimidating and bullying her over a memorial fund set up in her husband’s name. Another accuser served time in prison for a $1.8 million fraud scheme.
While OSU did notify local police and prosecutors, it’s strange that they immediately selected a law firm (and stranger that it was Perkins Coie) instead of letting police handle the investigation. Perkins Coie has no power to convene a grand jury or bring charges of perjury; nor do they have police powers or are able to compel someone to testify.
Certainly, an investigation into these accusations is warranted. However, giving the case to a law firm with proven bias isn’t how to go about getting to the truth. Perkins Coie are already involved in numerous scandals and being involved in this investigation further complicates the process. Perkins Coie has proven that politics is more important than the truth – therefore, can any conclusion they reach in this case really be trusted?
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Editor’s note: After this article was posted, a member of the FMShooter team uncovered more about Perkins Coie:
Attorneys behind “US Army quietly discharging immigrant recruits” are Perkins Coie. https://t.co/OnIhavn7rA pic.twitter.com/LuEKObDAFo
— c⃠ʜɪʟʟ (@TheChiIIum) July 6, 2018
The quoted text is as follows:
In recent years, a group of attorneys have been fighting to keep their recruited immigrant clients eligible for naturalization as delays have mounted. Some have been successful, including nearly 50 recruits who were granted a type of temporary status while their background investigations are being completed.
“Some of our clients have finally emerged through the system and at least are doing basic training,” said Donald Friedman, a Washington attorney with Perkins Coie.
The firm has certainly engaged in far more legal actions supporting liberal causes than the few listed against Rep. Jordan.