It's all a grift - democrat non-profit organizations

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Lining the pockets of those close to the seat of power. The latest - from Politico:

Abrams’ campaign chair collected millions in legal fees from voting rights organization
ATLANTA — The voting rights organization founded by Stacey Abrams spent more than $25 million over two years on legal fees, mostly on a single case, with the largest amount going to the self-described boutique law firm of the candidate’s campaign chairwoman.

Allegra Lawrence-Hardy, Abrams’ close friend who chaired her gubernatorial campaign both in 2018 and her current bid to unseat Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, is one of two named partners in Lawrence & Bundy, a small firm of fewer than two dozen attorneys.

The firm received $9.4 million from Abrams’ group, Fair Fight Action, in 2019 and 2020, the last years for which federal tax filings are available. Lawrence-Hardy declined to comment on how much her firm has collected from Fair Fight Action in 2021 and 2022 — years in which Fair Fight Action v. Raffensperger, for which Lawrence-Hardy was lead counsel, had most of its courtroom activity

$25,000,000 divided by 250 (working days in one year) divided by 2 years = $50,000 being spent each and every day.  That is a huge amount of money.  What are they getting in return?  Has Allegra purchased a new house recently?  Must be nice...

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