“Fake Electoral Voters” Republicans | Trump is not indicted in the Michigan proceedings

“Fake Electoral Voters” Republicans |  Trump is not indicted in the Michigan proceedings

(Washington) – A report reported by American media revealed, on Wednesday, that former President Donald Trump and several of his relatives are among the unaccused conspirators who were targeted by criminal proceedings in Michigan (north) for attempting to reverse the results of the 2020 elections.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel began proceedings in July 2023 against 16 “fake Republican electors.” Fifteen pleaded not guilty on 16H He agreed to cooperate with the Public Prosecution in exchange for dropping the charges against him.

In addition to these 16 people, the investigation concerns several “unindicted conspirators,” including Donald Trump, his former personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, his last White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, as well as one of his former lawyers, Gina. Ellis said Special Agent Howard Schock during a preliminary hearing in Lansing, Michigan.

The four are also among the 19 people targeted by justice proceedings in Georgia (south-east), another key state, over illegal attempts to reverse the results of the 2020 election.

Agent Schock, when questioned by the attorney for one of the alleged fraudulent voters, answered “yes” to the question of whether each of these four people was considered a “conspirator.”

Under American legal tradition, prosecutors do not release the names of conspirators until after their trial.

According to Attorney General Nessel, in December 2020, the 16 defendants met “secretly” in the basement of the state Republican Party headquarters to sign documents proving they were the legitimate voters of the state of Michigan.

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These fake certificates were then sent to the US Senate to replace the certificates of Democratic voters in Michigan, a state that was won in 2020 by Democratic candidate Joe Biden and not the outgoing Republican president.

In the United States, the president is chosen by universal indirect suffrage, with each state allocating its electors, the number of which depends primarily on its population, to the candidate who comes first.

This plan to replace fake voters with Joe Biden voters in seven key states is at the heart of the conspiracy with which Donald Trump has been charged in federal proceedings in Washington and by the judicial system in Georgia.

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