as much as Thief in Chief Biden and his minions want it to.
Emails released by Wikileaks show that, during the 2016 presidential campaign, a partner at Chicago law firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP met Clinton campaign manager John Podesta and said he’d do anything to help defeat Donald Trump. Whatever he did, it wasn’t enough – but it looks like he tried harder in 2020, and this time, his efforts might have made the difference.
In 2018, Staple Street Capital, an investment company linked to Kirkland & Ellis, bought a voting systems company – Dominion. Two years later, Dominion’s machines and software were linked to most of the serious fraud investigations. That raises serious questions about why an equity firm linked to a Podesta ally suddenly decided to buy into the voting systems market.