A federal judge has gone on record stating that Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Hillary Clinton and the DNC committed fraud during the primary elections, before throwing the case out of court because the fraudsters are above the law.
DNC bylaws say the chair must remain neutral during an election, so a pair of Miami lawyers, Jared and Elizabeth Beck, sued the DNC and former chair Wasserman Schultz in federal court, claiming on behalf of more than 100 people that the congresswoman had committed fraud against Bernie Sanders donors by rigging the primary for Clinton.
After months of hearings, Judge William Zloch, a Regan appointee, stated that Jared and Elizabeth Beck had proved their case – the DNC, led by Wasserman Schultz, committed fraud:
But he threw the DNC Fraud Lawsuit out of court, writing that the plaintiffs had failed to prove their injury, calling it “too diffuse” for Federal court, and instructing Sanders donors to pursue justice from within the Democratic National Committee, not the law courts.
The extraordinary verdict has left legal experts reeling. For months they have been claiming it was an open and shut case. Article 5, Section 4 of the DNC Charter, also known as the Impartiality Clause, reads as follows:
“the Chairperson shall exercise impartiality and evenhandedness as between the Presidential candidates and campaigns. The Chairperson shall be responsible for ensuring that the national officers and staff of the Democratic National Committee maintain impartiality and evenhandedness during the Democratic Party Presidential nominating process.”
Earlier this year, lawyers representing the DNC astoundingly argued that the committee was not bound by law to hold fair elections, a claim that — while potentially true — lifted the lid on the deep-seated corruption at the heart of the party.
Newspunch has provided coverage on the case during the last year, including statements made by the Becks which indicated deep concern after the deaths of their process server Shawn Lucas and potential lawsuit witness Seth Rich. The case took an ominous turn after the Beck’s offices received a series of disturbing calls, one of which was traced to a number matching Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s office in Aventura. A motion seeking legal protection for the Becks, those associated with the case and their plaintiffs was later dismissed.
DNC is a pyramid scheme to raise huge sums of money for a liked "progressive" candidate who is bound to lose, funnel funds to the mothership
— Nani Booboo (@nani_booboo) August 26, 2017
Disobedient Media report: This dismissal comes amidst increasingly turbulent scandal surrounding former DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and her involvement with Imran Awan, an IT staffer for leading Democrats, who was arrested while attempting to flee the country for Pakistan. Fox News also connected the Awan brothers scandal to the DNC fraud lawsuit when they aired allegations that the Awans may have participated in the voice-modulated call made from Shultz’ office to the Becks.
There had been some speculation that the potential for discovery in the DNC lawsuit could have revealed damaging information beyond the issue of Bernie Sanders having been cheated out of the nomination during the Democratic primary last year. Many have argued that the case had the potential to shed light on the death of Seth Rich, and possibly disprove the Russian hacking narrative if the case had gone forward.
The news has been met with outrage by many, who view the ruling as a final indictment against the judicial system and any pretense of a functioning American democracy.