UPDATED: AZ’s Dem AG Indicts Giuliani, Meadows, Ward, Eastman, Epshteyn In Major New Election Interference Attemp


by Raheem Kassam, The National Pulse:

An Arizona grand jury has indicted a group of individuals on charges related to their adoption of the role of alternate electors in the 2020 Presidential election. The group included Kelli Ward, then Arizona GOP chair, who disputed the legitimacy of the election results. Notably, the indictment names former President Donald Trump as “Unindicted Coconspirator 1”, although no charges have been filed against him.

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The Washington Post reported other indicted individuals as “former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, attorneys Rudy Giuliani, Jenna Ellis, John Eastman and Christina Bobb, top campaign adviser Boris Epshteyn and former campaign aide Mike Roman.”

Given the ongoing roles of Meadows, Giuliani, Eastman, Epsteyn, and Bobb in campaigning for and working with the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee it is impossible to view the new round of indictments as anything more than further banana republic-style election interference.

Charles Burnham, an attorney for John Eastman, told The National Pulse on Wednesday evening: “The phenomenon of partisan lawfare grows more troubling by the day.  Professor Eastman is innocent of criminal conduct in Arizona or any other place and will fight these charges as he has all the other unjust accusations leveled against him.”

The indictment comes under the leadership of Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes, who took over the position from Republican Mark Brnovich in November 2022. Brnovich had previously clashed with Trump over allegations of voting irregularities in Arizona.

This indictment marks yet another chapter in the ongoing legal battles since the 2020 election, with disputes flaring in several other states. Arizona joins Nevada, Georgia, and Michigan in filing charges against those who championed alternative electors.

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