Democrats speak out of both sides of their mouths when it comes to campaign finance laws.

They say they want big money out of American politics but they’ll stop at nothing to raise big money to install Hillary Clinton as America’s next president.

Alana Goodman of the Washington Free Beacon reports how that goal may have resulted in a violation of law:

Pro-Hillary PAC Accused of Illegal Activity in FEC Lawsuit

An anti-Hillary Clinton PAC filed a lawsuit on Thursday to compel the Federal Election Commission to determine whether the pro-Clinton Super PAC Ready for Hillary is violating campaign finance laws.

The Stop Hillary PAC originally filed a complaint with the FEC in January, claiming that Ready for Hillary may be illegally conducting authorized campaign activity on behalf of Hillary Clinton.

According to the complaint, Ready for Hillary used an email list owned by Hillary Clinton’s Senate committee to send out fundraising letters. Ready for Hillary also allegedly sent out the solicitations using the email address—a website that the complaint says is owned by Clinton’s authorized committee.

The Ready for Hillary email stated “now is the time to get our support for Hillary organized and ready for 2016,” according to the lawsuit.

If there was a legal violation, it would not be a first for a (potential) Democratic nominee.

Katie Pavlich of Townhall filed this report in October of 2012:

Corruption: Exposing Barack Obama’s Illegal Foreign Campaign Money Loophole

A new report obtained by Townhall from the non-partisan Government Accountability Institute [GAI] shows the Obama campaign has potentially violated federal election law by failing to prevent the use of fraudulent or foreign credit card transactions on the official Obama for America [OFA] donation webpage.

For the past eight months, GAI has been investigating the potential influence of foreign online campaign donations in House, Senate and presidential elections. The report was conducted using spidering software and found thousands of foreign sites linking to campaign donation pages. The investigation was conducted with the guidance of a former U.S. attorney.

Fast and Furiously raising money.