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Trump's gang of swindlers and charlatans is enormous and peculiar. The most bizarre, however, is the one who describes himself as a time-traveling cryptographer.


Trump's leadership of the 2020 presidential election manipulation conspiracy was demonstrated by the House Select Committee investigating the attack on the U.S.

 Capitol on January 6, but those who helped him in his coup attempt are now under further scrutiny.

"Trump is surrounded by his own team of pranksters willing to reinforce his lies in exchange for his generosity - people like lawyer John Eastman, longtime adviser David Bossie, and Liz Harrington's spokeswoman, all of whom have worked tirelessly to spread his lies. But since late 2020, outside Trump's core group, the shadow army of hikers and hikers (presumably) has joined to prove his baseless claims.

"This secret group is composed not of lawmakers or election officials but of former military members, teachers, businessmen, former browsers and, in one case, a time-travelling cryptographer. Members of this diverse MAGA team call themselves "election integrity experts," and all claim to have found evidence supporting Trump conspiracy theories. "

Gilbert explained how the initiative was sponsored not only by modest donations but also by millions of Mike Lindell of MyPillow and Patrick Byrne

He continued by identifying the contributions made by former General Michael Flynn, Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani, representing Donald Trump. He also mentioned people like "Lone Raccoon" Jeff O'Donnell, former New Mexico State University David Clements, former Army Captain Seth Kessel and former surfer Conan Hayes.

"Terpsichore Maras-Lindeman claims that there are many things: time traveler, crypto worker, crypto linguist, podcaster, expert in election integrity, and great. Known to her followers as Tori, she first appeared in the world of election rejection as an anonymous military intelligence expert in one of the "Kraken" lawsuits filed by Sidney Powell, alleging knowledge of foreign interference in the 2020 elections. "

"Weeks later, the Washington Post revealed that her total military expertise was eight months spent training in the Navy and ended in August 1997," Gilbert reported.

Doug Frank, a high school teacher from Ohio, "Lady" Draza Smith, and Lara Logan, a former Fox Nation journalist, were also on the list.

"It has been 19 months since President Joe Biden won the 2020 election by a wide margin, and despite their best efforts, these charlatans and charlatans have provided no concrete evidence of widespread election fraud. But instead of disappearing, as the midterm elections approach, the number of people supporting these lies is increasing rather than dwindling, and soon some of them may be elected to be their state's top election officials, "he wrote.

Authoritarian expert Sarah Kendzyur posted a similar warning.

"The most dangerous framing of 1/6 is that it was about one man and one day. It was a violent attack organized by criminal elites working for the demise of American democracy for more than forty years, using mob and bribes to get their pawns to carry out acts of violence, "she wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.

Trump is a symptom. "Impunity for elite criminals is sickness," she said. "Accountability is the way forward. Accountability also means preserving mission enablers.

Officials looking the other way. rotten institutions that have long abandoned the American people and continue to do so now ".

It also called for investigations into Roger Stone, Steve Bannon, Bill Barr, a former attorney general, and Jared Kushner, a former White House senior adviser.

"Be very skeptical of those who refuse to follow the money, especially the financing of disobedience, who will not name the wealthiest and most powerful regulators (Stone, Bannon, Flynn), or who rehabilitate criminal elites like Bar or Kushner. They don't expose the plot. I claimed they were part of the plot. "Any attempt to limit this investigation to Trump alone rather than the surrounding criminal network means that this network will regroup and align it around another candidate to achieve the same dangerous goals."