This is a chilling story.
A woman sets up (or tries to set up) a group to keep an eye on voter fraud and the federal government comes down on her.
Cathrine Englebrecht is not a woman of vast means and it appears that the feds sought to make life as difficult as they could on both the business and political fronts. Her group True the Vote filed for tax exempt status 3 years ago and has yet to get the OK. Her business has been fined by OSHA, her group has been publicly lambasted by Senator Barbara Boxer. Life has been made pretty difficult, all because (it appears) Ms. Englebrecht wanted to make sure dead people and unregistered people weren’t voting.
Quote:(From The National Review)
Before the Engelbrecht family’s three-year ordeal began, Catherine says, “I had no real expectation or preparation for the blood sport that American politics is.” Sounding weary on the phone, she continues: “It’s all been a through-the-looking-glass experience.”
Cleta Mitchell, a lawyer who specializes in representing conservative organizations, says that the Engelbrecht family’s experience is “just the tip of the iceberg. . . . I think there’s definitely a Chicago-politics-style enemies list in this administration, and I think it permeates this branch of the federal government.”
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