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Email Shows Fake Trump Electors In Georgia Asked To Conduct Plan In ‘Secrecy’

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A Trump campaign official directed a group of Republicans from Georgia who planned the casting of Electoral College votes for former President Trump to carry out the plan with “complete secrecy,” according to an email that was obtained by media outlets.

The Washington Post and CNN published Monday night an account of the email, which was written by Trump campaign Georgia operations director Robert Sinners, instructed the fake voters to inform the security personnel at Georgia’s state capital that they were scheduled to make scheduled appointments with two state senators.

“I must ask for your complete discretion in this process,” Sinners wrote.

“Your duties are imperative to ensure the end result — a win in Georgia for President Trump — but will be hampered unless we have complete secrecy and discretion,” Sinners wrote.

The Post reported that the email was sent on December. 13th, 2020 and advised the voters not to “mention anything to do with Presidential Electors or speak to the media.”

The Hill contacted a representative for Trump and to the former president’s campaign for comment.

The Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said in January that the Department of Justice was investigating fake voters who voted for Trump.

Fake documents were sent to the National Archives in December alleging electors for the Electoral College supported Trump in seven states President Biden had won.

A number of people in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, New Mexico, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin have been ordered to appear in front of the House select committee that is investigating the Capitol attack on Jan. 6 2021 Capitol attack to discuss their alleged involvement in the conspiracy.

The Jan. 6 committee is likely to highlight the newly uncovered email by a former Trump campaign staffer to fake electors during a prime-time hearing on Thursday, the Post noted.

Sinners stated in the statement that the campaign was for senior campaign officials as well as senior Republicans within the State, and had been “advised by attorneys that this was necessary in order to preserve the pending legal challenge,” according to the Post.

Attorneys for Trump have for months after the 2020 election launched an ineffective legal political campaign throughout the United States in an effort to overturn Biden’s win, but was ultimately unsuccessful.

Sinners now works for Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R), who recently fended off a Trump-backed primary challenger after Raffensperger refused to take up the former president’s effort to overturn the presidential election in the state, and he added that his “views on the matter have changed significantly from where they were on December 13th.”

Source: Yahooo News


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