(TheRedWire.com) – It’s no secret and not a surprise former President Donald Trump felt strongly that something went wrong in the 2020 presidential election. Numerous Democratic governors and state election officials used the pandemic to implement ballot boxes and extend voter hours outside of state laws. On Monday, January 17, a Wisconsin state judge ruled these actions happened across their state illegally.
SCOOP: Former aide Stephanie Grisham told the Jan. 6 committee that Trump held secret meetings in the White House residence days before the Capitol attack — and to examine the Jan. 6 presidential line-by-line. @GuardianUS https://t.co/0Nyjc3Kfvq
— Hugo Lowell (@hugolowell) January 20, 2022
The partisan House January 6 Select Committee is on a mission to find out what Trump was doing in the days leading up to, during and after the Capitol Hill riot. They allege the former president incited the riot and conspired to oversee a criminal conspiracy to stop Congress from certifying the Electoral College for Joe Biden.
In 2021, former White House Press Secretary and Melania Trump Chief of Staff Stephanie Grisham turned on the Trumps. Recently, she met with the committee and suggested private meetings between Trump and various people may have been about plans for January 6 and beyond.
Grisham told the committee that Trump held numerous off-the-book meetings in the White House residence, which she says were orchestrated by former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Grisham also told the committee she didn’t know who the meetings were with or what they were about.
That uncertainty isn’t stopping Democrats and the liberal media from coming up with their own conspiracy theories.
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