Unveiling a Covert Plan to Overturn Trump’s 2020 Election Loss

A recently uncovered memo, known as the “Fraudulent Elector Memo,” has shed light on a secret plot to overturn President Donald Trump’s defeat to President Joe Biden in the 2020 election. As reported by The New York Times, the memo was written by Kenneth Chesebro, a lawyer from Wisconsin, and was marked as “privileged and confidential.” It was sent to James Troupis, a lawyer for the Trump campaign who was challenging Wisconsin’s vote counts.

Chesebro’s memo proposed a scheme in which groups of fake “electors” from six crucial states won by Biden would gather and cast fraudulent votes for Trump. These illegitimate votes would masquerade as legitimate electoral votes and be sent to Washington. The plan suggested that then-Vice President Mike Pence could potentially count these fabricated Trump votes instead of the actual electoral votes during a joint session of Congress on January 6, 2021.

It’s important to note that Chesebro did not explicitly advise this course of action, and he acknowledged that the U.S. Supreme Court would likely determine that it was Congress’s responsibility, not Pence’s, to certify the election results. However, Chesebro believed that pursuing this strategy could bring attention to alleged electoral abuses by the Democrats and potentially provide more time for legal battles aimed at reducing Biden’s electoral votes or increasing Trump’s count.

The underlying objective of the memo was to put pressure on Pence to disrupt the certification of the election results in his ceremonial role. Ultimately, Pence chose to uphold the valid electoral votes for Biden, but this decision led to the infamous Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, when a violent pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol building.

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