BREAKING: Democrats Assemble Army of Lawyers to Stop Election Audit in Maricopa County Arizona

An alarming percentage of American's still believe that the 2020 U.S. presidential election was full of voting fraud. How much fraud is open for debate. Any level of voting irregularities should warrant intense scrutiny. Any fraud is too much fraud. Who draws the line?

That's not the case if you're the party being accused of the improprieties. Many may not be aware of an organization called the Protect Democracy Project (PDP), (cute twisting of words). The PDP was instrumental in the push for manipulating the voting rules, which occurred ahead of November 3, 2020.

Marc Elias – see Hillary Clinton, if you need more context – is the lead wolf in this onslaught against fair and honest elections. Funny, they use "Protect Democracy" as their front. Maybe it should be, Protect the Democrat Project.

Ahead of 2020, Elias and his band of radical progressive attorneys force-fed states a list of mandates called the Four Pillars. These included things such as free postage and signature matching changes for mail-in ballots. Sound familiar?

Elias has a suspicious website called the Democracy Docket. Again, this is another cute way to use the word that defines our nation. Democracy Docket is a .com website that spews suspicion. The website is a recruiting hub for progressive lawyers to act on behalf of the PDP.

Along with Perkins Coie, Elias was instrumental in the fraudulent Steele Dossier that tried to wreck the 2016 presidential election. By some estimates, there may be as many as 40,000 lawyers working across the nation to alter election rules and cement Democrat Party control.

Even small U.S. counties aren't safe from Elias' wolves. PDP lawyers sued to stop an attempt to prove fraud in Maricopa County, Arizona. Seems Democrats have a new strategy for dealing with allegations of voting irregularities, bury them.

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