‘Fake Elector’ working with Georgia investigates Trump plan to reverse losses


Some of the 16 Georgia Republicans who signed fake electoral ballot certificates sent to the National Archives are cooperating in a criminal investigation into the efforts of former President Donald Trump, who lost to Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.

According to CNN, Fulton County District Attorney Fanny Willis, “a few” who acted as bogus electors, as part of an investigation into whether President Trump has gone bankrupt, in documents submitted to the archives by Georgia Republican Chairman David Shafer Fani Willis’s office and spoke with the prosecutor. Georgia’s electoral law passed the bill while demanding a second term from the White House against the wishes of American voters.

Specifically, Willis’s office said, “whether Georgia’s pro-Trump electoral college was aware of the fact that his actions could be a component of a broader and potentially illegal conspiracy to pressure election officials and overturn Joe Biden’s victory. They seem to want to check it out,” he said.

CNN also reported that fake Trump electoral colleges who met prosecutors were “reassured” that Willis’s office considered them to be witnesses, not the subject or subject of investigation.

But Willis’s investigation isn’t the only investigation into the fake electoral system. The survey also appears to have been conducted by Republicans in six other states where Biden won: Arizona, Michigan, New Mexico, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. It was part of a plan laid out by Trump’s allies to pressure Vice President Mike Pence to unilaterally cancel the fair Electoral College vote for Biden in the state.

The Department of Justice is also investigating a fake electoral conspiracy, and a Washington, DC grand jury reportedly issued a subpoena as part of the investigation.

Additionally, the House Selection Committee investigating the January 6, 2021 Capitol attack has issued subpoenas against many involved in the conspiracy as part of an investigation into whether Trump’s pressure to reverse the loss to Biden contributed to the attack. . January 6th at the Houses of Parliament.

The committee is expected to disclose its results at a series of public hearings starting next month.

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