Text Messages Reveal Discussion of Alleged Michigan Voting Machine Breach
Last Tuesday, just hours before the indictment of former President Trump for his efforts to overturn his election loss, another set of criminal charges related to post-2020 election denial were handed down in Michigan.
Two allies of the former president — attorney Matthew DePerno and former state Rep. Daire Rendon — were charged in connection with a plan to illegally access and tamper with voting machines. Later in the week, attorney Stefanie Lambert became the third and final individual to be charged for her alleged role in the conspiracy. That alleged scheme was one of several efforts following the 2020 election in which supporters of the former president sought to bolster his lies about voter fraud, from setting up partisan “audits” like the one in Arizona to coordinating unauthorized access to sensitive voting equipment.