Congressman Adam Schiff Schiff promised to provide data on Trump's attempt to use the lists of fake electors
Deputy Justice Department Lisa Monaco previously reported similar attempts
The House Special Committee investigating the attack on the Capitol, which took place on January 6, 2021, will present this week evidence that former President Donald Trump was involved in a failed attempt to introduce fake electoral rolls to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Rep. Adam Schiff, who sits on the select committee, said Sunday.
“We will provide evidence of the President's involvement in this scheme,” Schiff told CNN.
“We will also provide evidence again that his own lawyers thought about this scheme , and show brave government officials who stood up and said they would not agree with this plan,” the congressman added.
Recall that on Tuesday, the special Investigation of January 6, 2021 and Trump's role in trying to prevent Congress from confirming Joe Biden's election victory.
Earlier this year, Deputy Justice Department Lisa Monaco confirmed in an interview with CNN that the Department had received information about the lists of alternative fake voters that were sent to the National Archives.
According to Monaco, prosecutors are currently looking into the material.
In March, the non-profit watchdog group American Oversight released copies of the fake electoral rolls , which were gathered by groups of Trump supporters in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, New Mexico, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.