Lawfare Activated – 16 Top Leftist Law Firms Plan “SWAT” Teams to Battle State Election Reform Legislation


Posted originally from the conservative tree house April 13, 2021 | Sundance | 195 Comments

Thus the need for “America-First Legal”, the counter strike group put together by Stephen Miller.

NBC is reporting that sixteen major national law firms (all leftist aligned) have signed-on to an agreement to create rapid response “SWAT” style legal teams to immediately drag any state election reform efforts into court.

(Via NBC) – More than a dozen of the country’s top law firms have committed to join forces to challenge voting restrictions across the country NBC News reports, adding legal might to the corporate pressure campaign opposing Republican-led attempts to overhaul elections in the wake of former President Donald Trump’s loss.

One of the effort’s leaders, Brad Karp, chairman of the law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison of New York, said Monday that 16 firms had signed on so far, including his. The lawyers will act like “SWAT teams” for legal action, he said. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a Yale School of Management professor who is working to help mobilize corporate America against the restrictions, described the legal coalition as an “army of election law experts ready to dispatch at a moment’s notice.”

The group came together from conversations among major law firms about publicly taking a stand against restrictive voting laws like the one enacted in Georgia last month, as well as bills under consideration in Texas, Arizona, Florida and other states. (read more)

“The law is what we say it is”…

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