Combine the reality that now-Congressman Fitzgerald allowed the fake GOP electors to meet and send their notes to DC, with the story that came out a couple of days ago that gave further proof that this was a strategy sent straight down from TrumpWorld.
Open records regarding WI's fake presidential electors suggest Cong. Scott Fitzgerald played a significant role in trying to overturn a free and fair election. Here is his room reservation for the Republican Party of WI for Dec. 14, 2020 - the day the fake GOP electors met. pic.twitter.com/sBcRKMBuQf— Senator Chris Larson (@SenChrisLarson) January 25, 2022
Fake Trump electors told to operate in ‘complete secrecy’, email reveals https://t.co/rGgGAFD2s0— Guardian US (@GuardianUS) June 7, 2022
Donald Trump’s campaign directed Republican party operatives named as “alternate” electors in Georgia to operate with “complete secrecy and discretion” as the then president attempted to overturn his defeat by Joe Biden. The startling direction was contained in an email which is part of a US justice department investigation, CNN and the Washington Post reported.... On 13 December 2020, a Georgia campaign official, Robert Sinners, emailed alternate electors due to gather the next day. He wrote: “I must ask for your complete discretion in this process. Your duties are imperative to ensure the end result – a win in Georgia for President Trump – but will be hampered unless we have complete secrecy and discretion.”Is there any doubt they did the same thing in Wisconsin? And even after the MAGAts rioted in the Capitol, Fitzgerald voted against certifying the results of the 2020 election in the House. One other Wisconsin Congressman clearly knew of the coup plot, and that's Senator Ron Johnson.
Ron Johnson was one of 3 GOP lawmakers who attended Mike Lindell's meeting to obstruct Jan. 6 vote: report https://t.co/g1rUnVn3RU— Raw Story (@RawStory) February 9, 2022
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) was one of three Republican lawmakers who attended MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's virtual meeting to discuss how they could possibly delay the election certification affirming President Joe Biden's win. According to The Washington Post, the meeting took place just two days before the insurrection on the U.S. Capitol. The group of individuals who met in person assembled at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. Speaking to The Post, Lindell reportedly said that the meeting was for the purpose of discussing the possibility of delaying the election certification. Other attendees also shared details about the meeting as they revealed a presentation was provided to highlight unfounded claims of alleged voter fraud. However, Johnson appears to be denying the claims.Wonder if the January 6th Committee might have some emails with Ron Johnson's office copied in? I sure do, and I also remember how RoJo was amplifying the Big Lie in the days before the riot took place.
Then once the riot happened and the coup attempt was put down, RoJo backed off his original plans and voted to allow the will of the people to go through. Spine of steel, I tell ya. Also on Ron Johnson - this guy was Chair of the Senate Homeland Security Committee in the 2 months between the election and January 6th, but he wasn't aware of any chatter about this plot before that awful day? BULLSHIT. I want to see these two scummy WisGOPs named in these hearings, and the curtain thrown back on how they and other WisGOPs contributed to this attempted coup. Because I have no doubt that they were well aware of what Trump Trash were trying to pull off here in Wisconsin, and in other states around the country.
It is a nonstop outrage and embarrassment to be represented by Ron Johnson https://t.co/lIxn6Tmcpj— Nick Fleisher (@nickfleisher) January 5, 2021