At least eight of Georgia’s 16 ‘false voters’ have accepted According to a document filed in court Friday, he must cooperate with justice in exchange for immunity as part of an investigation into Donald Trump’s efforts to change the results of the 2020 presidential election. These bogus voters were Republican Party officials who signed a declaration promising that they were Georgia’s “duly elected and qualified” representatives in the Electoral College to elect the President of the United States.
The creation of the list of “fake voters” was part of an investigation by Fulton County Attorney Fannie Willis, who accused Trump and his associates of fraud. According to The New York TimesOne of the “erroneous voters” who was denied immunity also retained the services of an attorney who specialized in this type of prosecution under the RICO statute (Fraudsters and corrupt institutions), commonly used to fight the mafia and other criminal organizations.
The bogus voter is Georgia Republican Party Chairman David Shafer.
Fannie Willis is also interested in Donald Trump’s phone calls to Georgia officials after the 2020 presidential election.
Attorneys John Eastman and Rudolph Giuliani played a key role in the voter fraud scheme that spanned several key states, including Georgia. The bogus voter list was supposed to be sent to Mike Pence. Eastman and Giuliani believed the former vice president would use it to change, block or delay the certification of the presidential election results on January 6, 2021.
According to a California federal judge’s ruling regarding Eastman’s communications, Trump Facilitated Conducting two meetings, the main subject of which is the wrong electorate.
Fannie Willis recently announced that her decision on the charges will come between July 11 and September 1.