“Fake electors” are a plot to rig the electoral college in 2020’s presidential election that two Republican lawyers signed on to, according to the Georgia State Bar. By the Office of General Counsel, the state bar submitted Brad Carver and Daryl Moody to the State Disciplinary Board for inquiry.
Lawyers Carver and Moody are two of 16 people who signed the bogus elector certificates that will be mailed to the National Archives in late 2020, a year before the 2020 election. “Because the complainant has made these issues public, we can now acknowledge their existence and current state. We are unable to provide any information or make a further statement at this time “As stated by a representative of the state bar,
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CNN’s requests for comment from Carver and Moody went unanswered for a short period of time. Georgia and federal authorities have been escalating their scrutiny of the Trump campaign’s role in fabricating election paperwork to replace Joe Biden‘s win in Georgia.
Previous CNN reports have revealed the existence of illegitimate electors who were put forward by Trump campaign staff in seven swing states where Trump lost. In its report, the House Select Committee on January 6, 2021, the investigation found ties to Trump’s “seven-part plan” to re-elect him, which culminated in the attack on the US Capitol.
Carver and Moody are two of the 16 people being investigated by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who revealed last week that all 16 people involved in the plan are under criminal investigation. During the investigation, “new information” that had been uncovered by Willis’ office was communicated to the attorneys representing the fictitious voters.
“In a spirit of integrity, we feel it only fitting to advise you that your clients’ status has changed to ‘Target,'” Willis’ office responded, according to a defense filing, as our investigation has evolved and new information has come to light. The 65 Project, a non-profit legal watchdog group, filed the initial complaints against Carver and Moody to the state bar earlier this year.