By
G. McConway
|
October 29, 2022

REPORT: Abrams Non-profit Paid More Than $9m to Firm Belonging to Staffer

Follow the money…

If you do, you will see just how corrupt our political system really is.

Financial scandals have plagued Abrams' campaign.

However, none of them are of the magnitude of the latest bombshell.

The Payoff

The latest scandal involves Abrams' non-profit Fair Fight Action.

Lawrence and Bundy is the firm that represented the non-profit in a recent lawsuit.

One of the founders of that firm is Allegra Lawrence-Hardy.

Hardy also happens to be the chairman of Abams' campaign.

The firm billed FFA $9.4 million in fees for the suit.

So, once again, we have a Democrat funneling money through a non-profit or charity to friends, family, or donors.

Brian Kemp jumped all over it…

By the way, the judge in the lawsuit was an Obama appointee who scolded Abams' group while announcing the decision.

He stated, "Georgia's election system is not perfect, the challenged practices violate neither the constitution nor the [Voting Rights Act of 1965]."

The deputy director for litigation at the Legal Defense Fund, Leah Aden, commented on the fees.

Aden stated, "The typical case is a couple of hundred thousand dollars and can take a couple of years. ... Beyond $10 million would be very shocking, I would say."

Several other legal experts chimed in, all stating the fees were astronomical and way out of line with the norm.

You can read the full report on The Blaze.

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