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Trump may have been directly involved in a crime by Rona McDaniel.


Trump may have

been directly involved in a crime by Rona McDaniel.

The House Committee's final report on the Capitol riots

released on Wednesday

explained how Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel accused former President Donald Trump of a felony, according to MSNBC's Ari Melber.

Melber emphasized McDaniel's account of

how she persuaded Trump to join a conspiracy orchestrated by lawyer John Eastman

the creator of the outrageous "coup memo,"

which claimed that Vice President Mike Pence had the power to unilaterally reject the official election results while reviewing the commission's report.

What you're about to see clearly


reinforces the legal and criminal case against Trump for the Justice Department,"

he said. "As I said, not from a critic

or from outside the room, but from someone in the room

on calls, direct evidence. No rumors. Pro MAGA...

Rona McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee.

He then presented a clip of McDaniel's testimony showing

how Trump made her on the phone with Eastman

who urged her to use the RNC to support Trump's "alternative voters" conspiracy, which included replacing voters in states won by President Joe Biden with voters who endorsed Trump.

Her description under

oath refers to Donald Trump's cover story

or what most prosecutors consider a crime

and the provision of false information

in this case

elective material to the government,he said.

It's a kind of fraud. It's a crime, illegal.

Trump was organizing the call using his power as president to get an RNC chair on the line and have her speak to his lawyer, who he thought could help keep his secret because of lawyer/client privilege and other violations. "

Last week, McDaniels made headlines when Mike Lindell

CEO of MyPillow and a supporter of election fraud, formally began his campaign to remove her position as chairman of the Republican National Committee.

The Trump-loving pillow dealer explained why he thought it was time for McDaniel to step aside in favor of his leadership in an email to Just the News.

With three failed election cycles under Rona McDaniel

we must change course now," Lindell explained.

Our people are begging us for leadership

For this reason and more

I'm happy to say that I'll be running for

the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee. 

It was not the influence of former President Donald Trump

whose leadership resulted in Blue Wave elections in 2018

2020's loss of the White House

and the underwhelming 2022 campaign in which he lost many of his chosen candidates in crucial swing states. Lendl mentioned her as a key factor in the "failed" election cycles.


needs to do more to appeal to the GOP base, Lindell told Just the News.

Our party has lost credibility with

the Republican Party base and donors

he said.

The RNC leadership's strategy of" business as usual "has been a disaster not only for the party but more importantly for the country as the Democrats pursue their woke socialist agenda.