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Donald Trump’s campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) have paid at least $1.8m to a political operative whose roster of companies include several that have been repeatedly investigated for voter registration fraud, even as Trump has complained that the election is rigged against him.
Three employees of Strategic Allied Consulting, a firm owned by conservative operative Nathan Sproul, pleaded guilty in Florida four years ago to felony charges related to altering and destroying scores of voter registration forms. There were no formal actions against the firm.
The RNC paid Sproul’s company a total of $1.2m in October for get-out-the-vote efforts. Records show Donald J. Trump For President Inc paid another $600,000 to Lincoln Strategy on 27 October.
RNC spokeswoman Lindsay Walters declined to provide specific details about Sproul’s current work for the party.
In the 2012 Florida case, three employees of Sproul’s firm pleaded guilty to forging voter registrations
In California, Oregon, Nevada and Florida, Sproul’s workers were sometimes investigated on suspicion of b][forging signatures, destroying Democratic voter registrations or changing the addresses of legitimately registered voters without their consent, according to former employees, state investigations and news reports.
In an FBI interview related to a 2012 investigation of illegal campaign coordination in Arizona, however, Sproul acknowledged a pattern of law-breaking involving dozens of people hired by his firms, according to a transcript reviewed by the AP.
originally posted by: IkNOwSTuff
Have we considered the possibility the 1.8m is payment so the company does nothing?