A pro-Trump lawyer who has already pleaded guilty to conspiring to file false documents, a felony, in the ongoing election crime case in Georgia has asked the judge to change the conditions of his probation to allow him to travel to three other jurisdictions. Why? Because there are active fake election investigations in these jurisdictions and Ken Chesebro “needs to meet with legal counsel,” his motion states.
The short submission Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee mentioned the states of Nevada and Arizona and the District of Columbia as three places Chesebro “needs” to travel to “meet with attorneys, etc.” because “investigations into the ‘election fraud’ cases are ongoing.”
“Mr. Chesebro’s probation officer has requested that we obtain an order authorizing this trip,” the motion states.
The application was made following recent reports that both Aaron Ford, Nevada Attorney General (D) and Kris Mayes, Arizona Attorney General (D) examined the pro-Trump “alternative electorate” program in 2020.
It makes sense that Chesebro would need to hire an attorney and make himself available for questioning since he wrote a legal memo that contemplates a scenario in which then-Vice President Mike Pence on Jan. 6 took legitimate votes from “contested voters.” States” could cancel and replace those with “Trump-Pence voters.”
Chesebro’s memo to overturn the election results was prominently featured in the Jan. 6 committee Final reportwhich highlighted the attorney’s communications to advance the sham election scheme in Nevada, Arizona and elsewhere.
Additionally, special counsel Jack Smith’s federal criminal case against former President Donald Trump was heard in DC on January 6 Chesebro identified as not charged Co-conspirators 5“an attorney who helped devise and attempt to implement a plan to submit fraudulent slates of presidential candidates in order to obstruct the certification process.”
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