Federal Investigators have interviewed Republicans in Georgia about Interactions with People in Trump's orbit, and his 2020 Reelection Campaign, as the Justice Department's (DOJ) sprawling Criminal probe into efforts to put forth Alternate Slates of Electors expands to multiple States.
Investigators have sought answers this month, from anyone connected to the GOP in Georgia and in Michigan, both in FBI Interviews and in Grand Jury Subpoenas for Documents and Testimony. Investigators are looking at whether the Trump Campaign played a role in the Submission of False Election Certificates.
The Federal Probe is in the Battleground States around the Electors issue, has Not been previously reported.
The Subpoenas issued in Georgia are seeking Communications with "any member, employee or agent of Donald J. Trump or any organization advocating in favor of the 2020 re-election of Donald J. Trump," including his Official Campaign.
The Subpoenas also seek any Communications with more than Two dozen named Trump Campaign Officials, Attorneys, and Georgia Electors. Recent Subpoenas related to the Alternate Electors sought Communications with Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani, Trump Campaign Lawyer Justin Clark, right-wing Attorney John Eastman, and others.
The question is creating the Documents may Not be a Crime, but when sent to the National Archive, to meet a Deadline, was that a Crime? Was antisapating a Rejection of the Election Results, enough to avoid Conviction of a Crime?
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