The Justice Department has taken action against fake Trump voters in several states with a wave of new subpoenas.
The Washington Post reported:
Agents conducted court-authorized law enforcement activities Wednesday morning at two locations, FBI officials confirmed to The Washington Post. One was the home of Brad Carver, a Georgia lawyer who allegedly signed a document claiming to be a Trump voter. The other was the Virginia home of Thomas Lane, who worked on Trump campaign efforts in Arizona and New Mexico. FBI officials have not identified the people associated with these addresses, but public records list each of the locations as the men’s home addresses.
Separately, at least some of Trump’s potential voters in Michigan also received subpoenas on Wednesday, according to a person who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation. But it was not immediately clear whether this activity was related to a federal investigation or a state-level criminal investigation.
The DOJ is going after fake Trump voters. The subpoenas are a sign the investigation is moving forward, as the Justice Department is also investigating the role of Trump’s campaign attorneys in the scheme.
As the nation focuses on the 1/6 Committee hearings, the Department of Justice continues to move forward and work to bring those who have broken the law to justice.
Mr. Easley is the editor. He is also a member of the White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate studies focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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