So, let’s break this down. Wisconsin Club for Growth is under investigation for allegedly breaking campaign coordination laws. It tried suing to shut it down based on the investigation allegedly violating its civil rights. Randa agreed, and the appellate court overturned his decision. (Rightfully so.)
Cost to taxpayers for that stunt? At least $350,000.
So the Club and O’Keefe themselves can’t possibly sue to have the campaign coordination law declared unconstitutional. So they turned to another group they’ve funded—the CRG—to do their dirty work instead.