Rachel Maddow put the pieces together and linked Trump’s White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows with fake 2020 election documents.
Rachel Maddow links Mark Meadows to bogus election documents: “Trump’s White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, appears to have been involved in several communications about such an effort that he said he had a team on us to do it that he loved it.” pic.twitter.com/r5wCqk41pJ
– Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) January 13, 2022
We think we’ve seen it now the documents of five of the States and they all almost agree exactly, we guess based on that must have been that kind of coordinated Effort. That someone gave all of this Republicans in all of these states a template for the procedure. By the way, everyone is there those in all of these states who may have signed their names opened individually on possible allegations of falsification or other allegations of forgery Election documents that a State crime in every state in the union and is a federal crime such as.
We know of January 6th Investigation that Trump’s White House Chief Mark Meadows, apparently, was involved in several communications about such an effort that he said he did had a team on it, that’s us it did that he loved it. And we know the righteousness Department weighs now the possibility of a criminal Charges against him. Partly because of his refusal to speak about just that.
Rachel Maddow is right. The forged election papers were the same, had to be coordinated, and came from the same source. Pre-existing evidence suggests that Mark Meadows was involved in creating fake election papers.
No wonder Meadows doesn’t want to speak to the committee. If he has been involved in creating forged election papers, he has committed both state and federal crimes.
Mark Meadows may face a serious time behind bars if he was involved in forging election documents.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also the White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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