Breaking: 16 Republicans Indicted On Felonies For 2020 Election Actions

Following the 2020 presidential election, 16 persons were allegedly involved in a phony elector conspiracy, according to the announcement made this week by Michigan AG Dana Nessel.

RNC member Kathy Berden along with former Michigan GOP co-chair Meshawn Maddock were also charged.

Nessel said that the 16 individuals made up their voter registration in order to assert that former President Trump had won reelection.

“In response to the strong evidence of a coordinated effort to thwart the legally cast ballots of many millions of Michigan electors in a presidential election,” Nessel stated in a statement, “It would be fraudulent behavior of the greatest magnitude if our agency didn’t take action here.”

Nessel alleged that the 16 accused gathered in the basement of the GOP’s headquarters in Michigan and issued multiple certificates claiming to be the “duly elected and qualified voters” in the presidential election.

“They took these measures,” according to Nessel, “in their hopes and confidence that the votes that were cast in Michigan’s 2020 elections were going to be awarded to a contender that they were choosing, rather than of the candidate whom Michigan electors actually chose.”

One of those previously charged stated she thought she was signing the meeting’s attendance register.

According to Michele Lundgren, “I had no idea what an elector was, much less a fake elector,” she told WDIV-TV.

Eight felonies have been brought against each of the allegedly fake electors, including conspiracy in committing forgery, which carries a potential 14-year jail sentence.

“The activities of the fake electors,” according to Nessel, “undermined public confidence in the fairness of our elections and, we feel, also clearly violated the laws by which we conduct our elections in Michigan.”

Author: Blake Ambrose

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