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The complaint alleges that Stein — who received only a small share of the vote — is improperly fundraising to pay for a recount that primarily benefits Clinton, the second-place finisher behind GOP President-elect Donald Trump.
"Clinton stands as the only actor that would benefit from a recount taking place in Wisconsin or elsewhere," the complaint reads. "As outlined below, the Clinton campaign’s direct involvement in the recount process, which was announced well before the recount itself was paid for and finalized, demonstrates a clear link between the actions of the Stein campaign and the strategic goals of Hillary for America."
Stein — who received only a small share of the vote — is improperly fundraising to pay for a recount that primarily benefits Clinton
a reply to: Grimpachi
•The announcement from the Clinton campaign trafficked in the same baseless conspiracy theories that the Stein campaign used to justify the recount.
•On November 28, the Clinton campaign sent an email to supporters to recruit volunteers to assist with the recount effort. No such recruitment effort appears to be taking place on behalf of the Stein campaign.
•The Clinton campaign’s carefully crafted and synchronized response in conjunction with the Stein campaign’s filings, all of which occurred prior to confirmation that payment had been made for the recount, strongly indicate coordination between the Stein campaign and Clinton campaign.
•On Tuesday, November 29, the Clinton campaign joined the Stein campaign’s lawsuit demanding that a hand recount be done statewide. No clear and convincing evidence was ever presented as to why a hand recount would be necessary, except to act as a delay tactic for the certification of election results. This event marked an explicit departure from any previous statements that the Clinton campaign was acting more as a passive observer and instead moved in conjunction with the Stein campaign, to intentionally delay the process
The complaint then asks the FEC to launch an investigation into whether the Stein and Clinton campaigns have violated federal campaign finance laws because of their behavior related to the recount.
They Told her it will cost 50 $ Per Ballot to Recount by Hand , and the Money for it Must be Paid Up Front .
originally posted by: Deny Arrogance
That would cost more money and would eat into her bonus.
What evidence do you have that a Bot paid the campaign? Pretty big claim to just throw at the end of your OP with no evidence provided.