Last month on May 25, NY Times reported that the Ministry of Justice set up a grand jury for the alternative voter scheme. The next committee hearing (Tuesday, June 21) will focus on this scheme. The Washington Post this morning. reports Prior to the hearing, the Committee and the Department of Justice have internal campaign emails that provide direct evidence of the breadth of the conspiracy, making it nearly impossible for Trump to escape any criminal liability arising from the grand jury charged.
The emails reveal the extent to which the scheme has been openly discussed and widely known in the Trump team. Such emails would be almost impenetrable proof that Trump knew and approved of the scheme.
The following is an example from Georgia that demonstrates the strength of the evidence found in the emails:
In Georgia, a group of so-called voters took seats around a U-shaped conference room in the State Capitol’s hearing room, a nearby printer quickly installed by a Trump campaign aide in case new certificates need to be withdrawn on the spot.
The Trump campaign had instructed them not to tell anyone about the plan in advance, not even the Capitol guards.
“Your commitments are imperative to ensure the end result – a victory in Georgia for President Trump – but they will be hampered unless we have complete secrecy and discretion.”” campaign employee writes to the group the day before they meet.
The need for secrecy – in the voting of the state’s voters (!) – is indicative of the realization that this is an illegal scheme relying on some favorite judges and legislatures approving these voters after the fact. Similar emails have been sent to groups in Nevada and Michigan, according to a WaPo report. (Interestingly, we know that too Ginny Thomas sent an email some Arizona lawmakers should also adopt such a scheme.)
As for the grand jury and whether it files an indictment for the scheme, the emails will prove invaluable. In fact, the only judge who reviewed the emails was clear that the scheme was a criminal conspiracy. As did U.S. District Court Judge David Carter already writtenthe emails prove that “it is more likely that President Trump corruptly tried to obstruct the joint session of Congress on January 6, 2021.”
The Washington Post report confirms that the DOJ has the emails and can safely conclude that these emails are before the grand jury. The Commission will focus on the scheme during its hearings tomorrow. Given the widespread use of emails, the Committee is likely to prove that Trump knew and approved of the scheme, placing Trump right at the center of a possible indictment by the Justice Department.
Jason Mikiak believes that a day without learning is a day that is not experienced. He is a political writer, a writer, author and lawyer. He was born in Canada to a dual citizen who spent his teenage years and years in college in the Northwest Pacific and has lived in seven states since. Now he enjoys life as a single father of a young girl, writes from the beaches of the Persian Gulf. He loves to make his flower pots, to cook, while studying scientific philosophy, religion and non-mathematical principles behind quantum mechanics and cosmology. Please do not hesitate to contact us for speaking commitments or any concerns.