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Michigan Attorney General files indictment against 16 Republicans for conspiracy to defraud the public and overturn the 2020 election results

SANTA MONICA – Earlier today, Dana Nessel, Attorney General of Michigan, filed an indictment against 16 Republicans for conspiracy to defraud the public, overturn the 2020 election results and keep former President Donald J. Trump in office for another four years.

The 16 Republicans are charged with falsifying documents that would have named them as official electors who would be able to represent Michigan’s Electoral College. Posing as the Electors in the Electoral College, the would-be phonies allegedly planned to overturn the results that proved Joseph R. Biden won the election and place Trump in the Oval Office for another term.

Nessel further provided an affidavit which said the Group of 19 secretly met in the GOP headquarters, swore allegiance to one another and subsequently submitted the fake documents to the National Archives.

Prior to submitting the supposed forged document, some Republican lawmakers from Michigan travelled to the White House, at Trump’s invitation, to ostensibly meet and discus plans to overturn the election results.

Special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into the Trump-led coup against America has recently focused on Trump’s fraudulent scheme to overturn the 2020 election results. Trump wasn’t named in Nessel’s indictment.

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