1/6 commission, which is expected to prove that Trump is coordinating the scheme for fake voters

The House Election Commission used parts of each hearing to prove that Donald Trump knew and approved of the actions the committee focused on during that hearing. For example, the last hearing focused on Eastman’s work with Trump on Pence’s pressure, and that Trump knew the scheme was illegal while he was putting pressure on Pence. Today, the commission will focus on the fraudulent voter scheme itself, and according to the Guardian, the commission will prove that Trump not only knew about the scheme, but approved it and even led parts of it, thus playing a central role. From Report on the Guardian:

The House of Representatives election commission investigating the Capitol attack on January 6 is expected to show at its fourth hearing on Tuesday that Donald Trump and senior advisers coordinate scheme to send fake voter lists as part of efforts to bring him back to the White House.

The panel is expected to also examined Trump’s campaign to pressure senior officials in seven key states on the battlefield for the corrupt cancellation of his defeat by Joe Biden in the weeks and months following the 2020 election.

At the afternoon hearing, the elected commission is expected to focus heavily on the fraudulent voter scheme, which played a major role in its nearly year-long investigation into Trump’s attempt to overturn state-level election results.

This site also reports on Adam Schiff’s statement that much of today’s hearings will focus on Mark Meadows, which is fully in line with the fraudulent voters’ scheme.

The scheme exposes Trump, Meadows and Eastman to significant criminal liability. We know that fake voters collected in Nevada, Michigan and Pennsylvania and where Ginny Thomas was contact with 29 Arizona lawmakers trying to coordinate a similar action plan. There is no reason to believe that Trump’s interference in the Georgian election differs in any significant way from organizing alternate voters from several states in an attempt to deceive the United States. In fact, U.S. District Court Judge David O. Carter of the Central District of California said Eastman and Trump were “more likely than not” to commit a crime to obstruct Congress by organizing alternative voters.

If the elected commission again manages to prove that Trump knew and led much of the scheme, the criminal case against Trump will only increase in strength, perhaps including entirely new charges, such as fraud in the United States, based on unique scheme.

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