Loomer Exposes Former DEM Senator and Current MSNBC Anchor Claire McCaskill is a CREW Board Member
Last Updated on November 2, 2023
The plot to remove Trump from the ballot thickens. Loomer exposed that former United States Senator and current MSNBC anchor Claire McCaskill is a CREW Board Member. CREW is leading the charge to remove Trump from the Colorado ballot. NationalFile reported that the George Soros Open Society Foundation funds CREW. NationalFile reported on Loomer’s Wednesday findings that revealed Evan McMullin is also on CREW’s board. McMullin ran in 2016 as a third-party candidate and used his candidacy to help Hillary Clinton.
Loomer shared a post that McCaskill wrote in 2019 that read, “As a Senator I was always impressed with the work of @Crewcrew, so I’m excited to be joining their board. Sign up here to stay up to date on all of CREW’s important work.”
Loomer’s caption perfectly illustrates everything going on. The caption read, “THIS WHOLE COLORADO TRIAL IS A SOROS FUNDED HIT JOB BY DEMOCRAT POLITICAL OPERATIVES WHO PRETEND TO BE PHILANTHROPISTS! THIS IS ELECTION INTERFERENCE!”
🚨🚨🚨COLORADO CREW CORRUPTION🚨🚨🚨
The trial to kick Trump off the ballot in CO… https://t.co/IDmVZfEYba pic.twitter.com/4jJ7aYlvXa
— Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer) November 2, 2023
McCaskill was a proud supporter of the Russia Collusion hoax during her time in the United States Senate. McCaskill took the Trump- Russia Collusion lies to a whole new level by accusing Trump and Putin of being the “founders of the Islamic State.”
NationalFile reported records from Influence Watch show that George Soros’ Open Society Foundation funds CREW. Loomer also shared a video of CREW founder Melanie Sloan admitting CREW is funded by Soros.
A Colorado Judge is expected to rule in the near future on the Trump vs Soros ballot case. Regardless of the ruling, Trump’s 2024 ballot eligibility is expected to reach the United States Supreme Court. SCOTUS could issue an emergency ruling within days of hearing the case. Normal SCOTUS case decisions aren’t announced until late May of the calendar year.
Stay with NationalFile for continuing coverage of this critical legal battle.