Questions about Ron Johnson’s Involvement in Fake Trump Electors, as DOJ Probes
What was Ron Johnson’s involvement in the fake Trump elector scheme? DOJ serves more subpoenas, as probes continue.
The January 6 House committee discovered Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson was more involved in the January 6 insurrection than was previously known. In fact, Johnson’s chief of staff was found to have delivered a slate of fake electorates to the then Vice President Mike Pence. This slate of fake electorates backed Donald Trump.
This appears to have been a blatant attempt to overturn America’s 2020 free and fair election, while stealing Joe Biden‘s win.
Fun Fact: The January 6 hearing included texts sent by Johnson’s Chief of Staff and appear to be an effort to overturn America’s 2020 election.
In the texts, Sean Riley told Chris Hodgson, the aid to Pence, that he wanted to present then VP Pence with a list of fake electors. These fake electors were reportedly willing to ignore valid votes, overturn Biden's win, and cast illegal votes for Trump instead.
Just when everyone thought Johnson couldn’t be any shadier, a reporter stopped Johnson for comment. Johnson pretended he was on a phone call. Johnson was caught in a lie by the reporter. The reporter stated he could see Johnson’s phone was not in use. Johnson was reportedly faking the call to avoid answering difficult questions about his possible role in a fraudulent attempt subvert democracy, so he could allegedly install Trump as president.
Once Johnson realized he was caught in the lie about the phone call, he did answer a couple of questions and denied any knowledge of the fake elector scheme.
DOJ Probes Fake Elector Scheme
However, the Department of Justice seems to be most interested. The Department of Justice has reportedly issued additional subpoenas in an investigation tied to a fraudulent elector scheme. A scheme in which Trump and his enablers, like Johnson, allegedly tried to steal Biden’s win, overturning the votes of over 81 million Americans.
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