When Elizabeth Beck interrupted a round of talking heads yesterday on CNN, she spoke to more than the pundits with whom she shared a screen. Her words were imbued with an emblematic sense of power when she voiced the groundswell of emotion on the part of the entire country towards the ruling class, stating: “Why are you subjecting me to this?”
Attorneys for the plaintiffs in the DNC Fraud Lawsuit received good news from the 11th Circuit Court of Federal Appeals earlier today. The Becks stated via social media that “After posing two separate jurisdictional questions, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has found jurisdiction sufficient for the case to proceed on appeal.
A protest against the corruption revealed in the DNC will take place this weekend at the Washington DC Mall. The DNC Fraud Protest primarily seeks to hold the DNC accountable for widely reported and confirmed rigging of the Democratic Primary during last year’s Presidential race.
With Category 5 Hurricane Irma barreling towards Southern Florida, the attorneys for the plaintiffs in the DNC fraud lawsuit were under much more pressure that usual in terms of how to proceed with the case. Very early this morning, Elizabeth Lee Beck stated that two major, positive events had occurred for the suit. A publisher has agreed to publish Jared Beck’s upcoming book, and a notice of appeal has been filed.
The DNC Fraud lawsuit posted an update earlier today, stating that the DNC Fraud Lawsuit might continue, if they are able to find a publisher for a book deal which would serve to aid their efforts to continue the suit though through the appeal process
After months of litigation, The DNC Fraud Lawsuit has been dismissed by Judge Zloch. Lawyers Jared and Elizabeth Beck have long cited deep corruption of the judicial system as a potential reason for the suit’s dismissal. For many, this news serves as a final indication that American democracy is not only dead, but figuratively buried in a shallow grave, and forgotten.
Revelation raises questions about phone calls to attorneys currently litigating a class action fraud lawsuit against Schultz and the DNC.
Jared and Elizabeth Beck cite ominous phone calls, threats made to attorneys, plaintiffs and their employees
Lawyers report receiving a number of ominous calls, including one from the office of Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Lawsuit based on claims by donors to Bernie Sanders campaign has potential to uncover further information about circumstances of DNC leaks