After Shock Videos, Watchdog Group Aims to Keep Hillary Campaign Accountable

Cortney O'Brien
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Posted: Oct 20, 2016 9:00 AM
After Shock Videos, Watchdog Group Aims to Keep Hillary Campaign Accountable

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), an Indianan watchdog group whose goal is to protect the right to vote and uphold election integrity, has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission demanding an investigation into the Hillary Clinton campaign. Hillary For America was exposed in two recent videos released by Project Veritas engaging in what appears to be some seriously shady election strategies.  

PILF outlines several of the DNC operatives’ potential law violations in their new complaint, including the Democrats engaging in voter registration drives for non-citizens and paying protesters to stir up trouble at Donald Trump rallies.

“Upon information and belief, and based upon the facts set forth above, Respondents Hillary for America, the Democratic National Committee, Democracy Partners, Americans United for Change, and their agents, named and unnamed above, have, each of them, individually and collectively, violated the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, and must be held accountable and liable for their unlawful actions,” the complaint concludes.

Americans deserve to know if these entities are guilty of violating campaign finance laws, the foundation argues.