Michigan indicts 16 fake voters of Donald Trump with criminal offenses


LANSING, Michigan (AP) — Michigan’s Attorney General is charging 16 Republicans with multiple felonies after they are accused of producing false certifications showing they were the state’s presidential voters despite electing Joe Biden Victory with 154,000 votes in 2020.

Dana Nessel, a Democrat, announced Tuesday that all 16 people would be charged with multiple felonies, including two counts of forgery, which is a 14-year felony. The group includes Republican National Committee member Kathy Berden and former Michigan Republican Party co-chair Meshawn Maddock.

“It would be a misconduct of the greatest magnitude if my department failed to act here in the face of overwhelming evidence of an organized effort to circumvent the lawfully cast ballots of millions of Michigan voters in a presidential election,” Nessel said in a statement.

Related Articles

Back to top button