BREAKING: Top Big Name Trump Allies Hit With BRUTAL Retaliation

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Rudy Giuliani, five other former Trump campaign officials, and former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows were all indicted on Wednesday by an Arizona grand jury on criminal counts pertaining to the Trump campaign’s protest of the 2020 election results. In addition to listing Trump as a “unindicted co-conspirator,” the indictment also contains criminal allegations of conspiracy, fraud, and forgery.

In addition, state senators Jake Hoffman and Anthony Kern, former Arizona GOP chairwoman Kelli Ward, and Arizona’s RNC committeeman Tyler Bowyer are among the eleven other Republicans who participated as alternate electors and have been charged. Alternate electors have frequently been referred to as “fake electors” by leftist prosecutors, who then accuse them of felony fraud and forgery.

 

This has happened in Michigan, Nevada, and Arizona as well. Defendants there will be charged with felonies related to conspiracy, fraud, and forgery.

“Defendants and unindicted coconspirators schemed to prevent the lawful transfer of the presidency to keep Unindicted Coconspirator 1 in office against the will of Arizona’s voters,” the 58-page indictment reads.

Eighteen Republicans from Arizona who were close to former President Trump have been charged in total. Other names are the former lawyer for Trump.In a video message released on Wednesday, Mayes—who lost to Republican opponent Abe Hamadeh by less than 300 votes in 2022 amid several “machine issues”—announced the indictment.

In a video message released on Wednesday, Mayes—who lost to Republican opponent Abe Hamadeh by less than 300 votes in 2022 amid several “machine issues”—announced the indictment.

“I will not allow American democracy to be undermined. It’s too important. The investigators and attorneys assigned to this case took the necessary time to thoroughly piece together the details of the events that began nearly four years ago. They followed the facts where they led, and I’m very proud of the work they’ve done to date,” she said.

We’re here because justice demands an answer to the efforts that the defendants and other unindicted co-conspirators allegedly took to undermine the will of Arizona’s voters during the 2020 presidential election,” Mayes continued. “Arizona’s election was free and fair. The people of Arizona elected President Biden. Unwilling to accept this fact, the defendants charged by the state grand jury allegedly schemed to prevent the lawful transfer of the presidency. Whatever their reasoning was, the plot to violate the law must be answered for and I was elected to uphold the law of this state.”

She went on to refer to the process of convening alternate electors — something with historical precedent in numerous American elections — as a “scheme.”

“The scheme, had it succeeded, would have deprived Arizona’s voters of their right to have their votes counted for their chosen president. It effectively would have made their right to vote meaningless.”

Stephen Miller, the founder of America First Legal, criticized the most recent indictment and questioned why Republican prosecutors have not yet taken any action. “Democrats are still using brutal law enforcement tactics to imprison their political rivals who are innocent. Miller stated in an X post, “Those who pursued legal transparent public remedies are being hauled away from their families and facing decades in jail. Dem officials who violated election law in 2020 should be arrested, not those who pursued legal remedies.”

“Does the GOP even understand what it is up against? Or is too focused on Ukraine to even notice?”

If found guilty, the defendants could spend decades behind bars.

This story is still evolving.

 

 

 

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