Donald Trump and his allies spent a long time insisting that the 2020 presidential election was rigged against him. This was obviously all false, and has been overwhelmingly disproven. In fact it’s been Trump World that’s consistently been caught trying to rig the 2020 election, including election tampering phone calls to swing state officials. Now it turns out there are even phony election documents aimed at making it look like Trump won.
The January 6th Committee has learned that the National Archives received “forged” documents which falsely claimed to be from swing state officials and falsely claimed that Trump won, according to a new expose from Politico. There’s even an evidence trail leading to specific individuals and groups who were behind the documents.
Election tampering is a felony, and it’s almost impossible to imagine that forging and submitting phony election documents wouldn’t qualify as election tampering. Now the big question is whether it can be proven that the pro-Trump individuals and groups who forged these documents were working in coordination with Donald Trump and/or his underlings.
Bill Palmer is the publisher of the political news outlet Palmer Report