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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt raises campaign funds to try to subvert democracy

When 17 state attorneys general filed a brief asking the Supreme Court to consider overturning President-elect Joe Biden’s victories in four key states, they were widely criticized for attempting to subvert democracy. When the court categorically dismissed their petition, they were reprimanded for tying their names and taxpayer resources to a constitutionally absurd and clearly doomed legal fight.

But all of that criticism hasn’t deterred at least one official involved in the effort, who is now using it to raise money for future political undertakings.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt was one of 17 state GAs who asked the Supreme Court to effectively overturn the 2020 election. On the same day the court dismissed the case, the campaign committee de Schmitt began running ads on Google to direct visitors to the campaign page on the GOP WinRed fundraising platform.

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