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Adam Schiff claims that Trump participated in a scheme to use phoney electors to challenge Biden's victory in the 2020 election.

 
According to Rep. Adam Schiff, former U.S.    President Donald Trump is likely to be involved in a scheme to introduce fake voters in order to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election that saw incumbent U.S. President Joe Biden beat the Republican nominee (Trump himself).



According to Rep. Adam Schiff, former U.S.


 President Donald Trump is likely to be involved in a scheme to introduce fake voters in order to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election that saw incumbent U.S. President Joe Biden beat the Republican nominee (Trump himself).


The House Select Committee is investigating the events of the January 6, 2021 Capitol attack that preceded that attack on the U.S. Capitol more than a year ago, with many members openly hoping to prove Trump's personal involvement in plans to repeal or stop. Certifying the results of the 2020 presidential elections during their public hearings.



The fourth plenary hearing is scheduled to be held and broadcast on Tuesday for those who wish to hear it.


  •  Among these above schemes are Republicans from certain states where Biden won only small margins
  • including Michigan and Arizona Wisconsin, Nevada, Georgia
  • New Mexico and Pennsylvania send a group of "alternate" voters to Washington
  • D.C., to vote for Donald Trump, even when a majority of these states voted for Biden instead.


Schiff, a California Democratic representative who currently serves on the House Select Committee, told the committee of his and other intentions to present multiple layers of evidence that would prove Trump's involvement in the conspiracy.


Appearing on CNN's State of the Union on Sunday morning, Schiff said


  1.  "We will show evidence of the president's involvement in the scheme.
  2. We will once again present evidence about what his lawyers believe about this scheme ".


In response, CNN host Dana Bash asked Schiff if there were any plans made by the commission to provide evidence that Trump himself had directed or conspired on the alternative voter's scheme. Unfortunately, Schiff chose not to give a direct answer to her inquiry, but explained why, saying he did not want to "proceed with the hearing."


However, his comments left many on the edge of their seats


  • wondering what kind of evidence the Committee planned to present to corroborate their allegations against the former President and his closest allies.
  • However, Schiff's strong opposition to Trump has been firm
  • so it is less shocking to everyone who followed him, as well as the public news about Trump
  • that Schiff has chosen to stand firmly against the former president.



Schiff insisted


  1. "We will show during the hearing what the President's role is in trying to get states to name alternative rolls of voters
  2. and how this scheme initially relied on hopes that legislative bodies would meet and bless them."
  3. He also added that Trump's allies "moved forward with such schemes even when state legislatures made it clear that they would not be in line with them.