WATCH: Wisconsin Fake Electors Applaud Their Crime


At the end of last year, Wisconsin’s ten fake electors settled a lawsuit against them when they admitted what they did, that their fake electoral votes were used in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election and a promise not to be electors for Trump again. However, Trump’s former lawyers who headed the whole scheme, Kenneth Chesebro and Jim Troupis, were still on the hook for their roles in the whole sordid affair.

It was reported on Monday that these two troglodytes have setttled their part of the lawsuit against them by admitting their roles, turning over a ton of previously hidden documents, texts, emails, and videos like the one above and paying an undisclosed amount of money and a promise to be good little traitors from now on:

Former Trump attorneys Jim Troupis and Kenneth Chesebro made public this week “troves of previously hidden emails, text messages, and other documents” as part of an agreement to settle a lawsuit filed against them over a plan to have 10 Wisconsin Republicans sign and submit paperwork claiming to be electors for Trump, according to the plaintiffs’ attorneys.

“Troupis and Chesebro orchestrated an egregious and unprecedented scheme to undermine the will of the voters, in Wisconsin and beyond,” Jeff Mandell of Stafford Rosenbaum LLP and Law Forward, who represented the plaintiffs, said in a statement.

“This case was the first to seek accountability for those individuals who tried to overturn the will of Wisconsin voters. Through this litigation, we have been able to reveal the details of the scheme and those who were responsible, to ensure this never happens again.”

Also according to the newly released documents was the fact that Troupis ordered Chesebro to be ready to prepare more facke electoral college documents for other states as the Trump campaign requested and that Troupis and Chesebro oversaw a strategy to try to kick out thousands of absentee ballots which were cast through early voting. Other information included the fact that Troupis suggested notifying right wing talk radio hosts in Milwaukee and Madison in order to help put pressure on the supreme court justices to prejudge their challenges to the election results and rule in their favor.

It should be noted that none of the documents showed direct contact with Trump, but there were several communications with Rudy Guiliani.

And, if there was any remaining doubt about who was in control of the January 6th insurrection, this was also released:

There’s a brief mention of a Dec. 16 afternoon meeting with Trump in the Oval Office that both men attended with others. Three days later, Chesebro refers to Trump’s social media post summoning followers to Washington on Jan. 6, saying “Be there, will be wild!”

“Wow. Based on three days ago, I think we have a unique understanding of this,” Chesebro texts Troupis.

And lastly, documents also showed that the two attorneys were getting legal advice from former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Dan Kelly, who was working as a legal consultant to the Republican Party of Wisconsin at the time. That really makes Justice Janet Protasiewicz’s victory over Kelly last year look even bigger now.





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