A secret plan to change the outcome of the 2020 election by recruiting false Trumpian voters, knowing full well that the move would ultimately be overturned by the Supreme Court. That’s according to an internal memo from Donald Trump’s campaign dated December 6, 2020, published today by the New York Times. The memo on how to recruit Trumpians was written by Kenneth Chesbro, one of the lawyers cited as the ‘conspirators’ in the indictment of the former US president who participated in and aided the alleged conspiracy against the former White House tenant. Instead Joe Biden won states, with the intention of sending them to congresses where all states ratified the election results.
In the memo — described by federal prosecutors as a “fraud voter memo” — Chesbro admits to recommending “an ambitious and controversial strategy” that will ultimately be “impossible” to be struck down by the Supreme Court. But moving forward with it, he underscored, “could buy the Trump campaign more time to advance the appeals that would have robbed Biden of electoral votes.” For the record, dozens of campaign appeals filed by the Trump team have all been denied. The controversy in Washington has dragged on for years, and now a new twist has been revealed by the NY Times.
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