Trump Exposed As ‘Co-Conspirator’ With Giuliani In…

Former President Donald Trump, his ex-attorney Rudy Giuliani, and his former chief of staff Mark Meadows are all unindicted co-conspirators in a Michigan case involving their attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel filed criminal charges against 16 “fake electors” who falsely claimed to represent the state in casting electoral votes for Trump, despite Joe Biden’s legitimate victory.



Nessel’s statement last summer highlighted the fraudulent nature of the scheme, emphasizing that it was an organized attempt to bypass the legitimate outcome of the 2020 election in Michigan, thus violating state laws and undermining public trust. In court, one of Nessel’s team members disclosed that Trump, Giuliani, and Meadows were unindicted co-conspirators in the case during questioning by a defendant’s attorney.

“The false electors’ actions undermined the public’s faith in the integrity of our elections and, we believe, also plainly violated the laws by which we administer our elections in Michigan,” said Nessel in a statement at the time, characterizing the scheme as “an organized effort to circumvent the lawfully cast ballots of millions of Michigan voters in a presidential election.”

These developments add to a list of legal troubles for Trump, Giuliani, and Meadows. All three have also been indicted in Georgia for their alleged roles in attempting to overturn the 2020 election results in that state. Meadows has been charged with violating Georgia’s RICO act and attempting to get a public officer to breach their oath, while Giuliani faces additional charges, including making false statements and conspiring to create false paperwork. Trump himself is indicted on ten counts in Georgia.

These charges coincide with Trump’s other ongoing and impending legal battles. In New York, he faces charges of falsifying business records related to hush money payments to cover up alleged extramarital affairs. At the federal level, Trump is indicted for charges related to the 2020 election and his retention of classified documents after leaving the White House.

Harrison Carter
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