(FeaturedNews.com) – On Friday, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) stated that the ten people who had acted in an election scheme in 2020 need to be held accountable for their actions.
Following a bill signing ceremony, Evers claimed that accountability was needed and that what they had done was wrong. He added that he is hoping someone was going to look into the case and deliver justice as needed.
Although the Wisconsin Governor is speaking out, the ten people he has criticized were located in several other states apart from Wisconsin. This included Arizona, Michigan, New Mexico, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Nevada.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel (D) has filed charges against 16 for the same actions. Nessel stated about the defendants that they were aware they were neither qualified nor “duly elected,” and yet they still proceeded with their actions. She is looking for justice as well.
In May, eight electors received an immunity deal in connection to an investigation into the 2020 presidential elections. The group of 16 revealed that they had met at the state Capitol around a month after the election.
On Tuesday, Trump was federally indicted again. Evers’s argument comes just a few days after the federal grand jury indicted Trump.
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