The radical Attorney General of Washington DC is investigating the co-chair of the Federalist Society according to a recent report by Politico.
Democrats continue to be outraged that they do not have complete control over the American people. The last bastion of power that eludes the radical Marxists is the Supreme Court. If they are able to steal another election the court could likely fall under their tyrannical control.
Brandon’s corrupt Attorney General Merrick Garland helped this process along when he allowed violent far-left protesters to harass conservative Supreme Court Justices outside their homes before the court’s decision to erase Roe v. Wade in the United States. One leftist was caught before he could kill Justice Kavanaugh and his family at home.
The DOJ never did find out who leaked the news that Roe v. Wade was going to be overturned. What a shock.
Now the Marxists are fighting back. DC Attorney General Brian Schwalb is investigating Leo Leonard, the co-chair of the Federalist Society, in the latest abuse of public funds by Democrats to harass their political opponents.
Democrats believe Leo Leonard is leading battle on the right for America’s courts. Democrats are outraged that the US Constitution is still relevant in the post-constitutional world.
Of course, Republicans will do nothing as these open lawfare attacks continue.
Washington D.C. Attorney General Brian Schwalb is investigating judicial activist Leonard Leo and his network of nonprofit groups, according to a person with direct knowledge of the probe.
The scope of the investigation is unclear. But it comes after POLITICO reported in March that one of Leo’s nonprofits — registered as a charity — paid his for-profit company tens of millions of dollars in the two years since he joined the company. A few weeks later, a progressive watchdog group filed a complaint with the D.C. attorney general and the IRS requesting a probe into what services were provided and whether Leo was in violation of laws against using charities for personal enrichment.
David B. Rivkin Jr., an attorney for the parties in the investigation, said in a statement that the complaint “is sloppy, deceptive and legally flawed and we are addressing this fully with the DC Attorney General’s office.”
The news of the investigation comes as the nonprofit that was a subject of the complaint quietly relocated in recent weeks from the capital area to Texas, according to paperwork filed in Virginia and Texas. For nearly 20 years the nonprofit, now known as The 85 Fund, had been incorporated in Virginia.
Gabe Shoglow-Rubenstein, Schwalb’s communications director, declined to confirm or deny the existence of the probe, including whether the attorney general took any action in response to the complaint.