Did Obama staffer Stephanie Cutter violate FEC regulations with collusion between campaign and Super-Pac?
Collusion between campaigns and Super-Pacs is illegal. It violates SEC regulations. No matter though, the Obama regime doesn’t care about the law. Nor does Obama staffer Stephanie Cutter. The collusion between the campaign and the Super-Pac is so blantly obvious that you would have to have an IQ of 50 (or be a progressive liberal Democrat) not to see it. According to The Blaze by Stephanie Cutter denying that she knew anything about Soptic’s situation, Cutter may have violated Federal Election Commission regulations. The audio from May exposes Cutter speaking with Soptic as he reads his story to her in an official Obama conference call.
“Now it comes out that it appears Ms. Cutter is not telling the truth,” Fox News’ legal analyst Peter Johnson said during a Thursday morning broadcast of “Fox & Friends.”
“Fox and Friends” guest host Alisyn Camerota pointed out that although Cutter is familiar with Soptic, it doesn’t necessarily mean she knew anything about his ailing wife.
“That’s not running afoul of the law, is it,” Camerota said.
“Oh, it might be,” said Johnson. “Under the Federal Election Commission there could be civil penalties and more.”