Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford on Wednesday announced his office had secured indictments of all six of the Trump fanboys – including state GOP Party Chair Michael McDonald and Clark County GOP Chair Jesse Law – who signed fraudulent electoral college votes for the disgraced now-former president in 2020. “When the efforts to undermine faith in our democracy began after the 2020 election, I made it clear that I would do everything in my power to defend the institutions of our nation and our state. We cannot allow attacks on democracy to go unchallenged. Today’s indictments are the product of a long and thorough investigation, and as we pursue this prosecution, I am confident that our judicial system will see justice done,” said Ford in a statement.
CNN’s Zachary Cohen reports that cooperation from Kenny Chesebro, the Trump lawyer who quarterbacked the scam and reached a plea deal in Georgia last month, had sealed the deal.
All six of the assholes were charged with offering a false instrument for filing and uttering a forged instrument and face at least several years if convicted on both counts. The MAGA Nevadans join 16 of their buddies in Michigan and three in Georgia to face criminal charges for their attempt to overthrow American democracy three years ago this month. Arizona AG Kris Mayes is reportedly closing in on the scumbags in her state, while the 10 Wisconsin fake electors just agreed to a civil settlement in which they confessed to the crime, though it’s unclear if they’ll face any criminal liability afterward. The fake Trump slates from Pennsylvania and New Mexico, who had explicitly stated their votes to be “contingent,” have thus avoided prosecution for their effort.