- The Washington Post has received an email to fake GOP voters from Trump’s campaign.
- The email outlined how these voters could infiltrate the Georgian capital and sign the certificates.
- It asked participants in a “complete secrecy and wisdom” program to ensure Trump’s victory.
Bomb email received by Washington Post And CNN In Georgia, it has released new information about a plan created by former President Donald Trump’s campaign to lure fake voters to vote for him.
The email, dated December 13, 2020, contained instructions on how voters can position themselves to vote for the Electoral College in favor of Trump, despite President Joe Biden’s victory in the state. Despite the plan, there were all 16 electoral votes for the state Biden-Harris played in support of the ticket next day.
In an email sent by a Trump campaign employee, he was instructed on how fake voters could infiltrate the Georgia State Capital, sign a declaration of intent to vote for the state and ultimately violate the will of state voters by voting for Trump. Instead.
Robert Sinners, the election campaign director of the Trump campaign in Georgia, wrote to the outlets, “I want to hear your full discretion in this process.” “President Trump’s victory in Georgia – your obligations to ensure the final outcome, but it will be thwarted if we do not have complete secrecy and wisdom.”
According to The Post, voters were told to inform building guards that they were meeting with one of the state senators to gain entry.
“Please, at no time should you mention anything about contacting presidential candidates or talking to the media,” the sinners wrote in bold speech.
Georgia was one of seven states sent by Trump’s allies Duplicate documents to the National Archives He falsely declared that he had won them. The Papers They received the signatures of Trump supporters, claiming they were valid voters, but rogue individuals who had no formal role in certifying the election results.
There is a problem of fake voters in Georgia Currently being investigated by Fanny WillisFulton County District Attorney.
In a statement to The Post, Sinners said he was following the instructions of senior campaign staff and Georgia Republican leader David Schaefer.
“My views on the matter have changed significantly from where they were on December 13, following the former president’s refusal to accept the election results and peaceful regime change,” said Sinners, who now works. Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Rafensburger – Known Trump enemy.
Shaffer’s lawyer told The Post that he had handed over all information about the election vote to the Jan. 6 committee investigating the Capitol riots.
“None of these communications or his testimonies indicate that Mr Shaffer demanded or wished for secrecy surrounding the temporary electorate,” Shaffer’s lawyer said.
Trump’s representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment.