Election Day Sabotage: Trump Allies Plead Not Guilty in Arizona Court – Shocking Details Revealed!

Phoenix, Arizona – Former White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, and ex-campaign aide, Mike Roman, pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges related to their alleged involvement in efforts to undermine Joe Biden’s victory in Arizona in the 2020 election. The charges include conspiracy, forgery, and fraud, as brought by Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes.

The defendants, along with 16 others, appeared before a Maricopa County court commissioner to enter their pleas. Meadows and Roman, among others, are accused of participating in a scheme to obstruct the certification of Biden’s electoral victory in Congress on January 6, 2021.

Among the defendants who have already pleaded not guilty are former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, former state GOP chair Kelli Ward, and pro-Trump electors. State Sen. Jake Hoffman also entered a not guilty plea, as did state Sen. Anthony Kern. Trump, who was described as an unindicted co-conspirator in the indictment, has not been charged in Arizona.

Meadows, who previously faced charges in Georgia related to attempts to overturn the election results in that state, has denied playing a role in the elector plan. However, evidence presented in court showed his communication about the plan with a Trump campaign aide in December 2020.

Roman, on the other hand, is facing charges in multiple states for his alleged involvement in coordinating alternate electors to support Trump. Despite the charges, Roman’s attorney in Arizona, Kurt Altman, criticized the allegations as excessive and unwarranted.

The legal proceedings are ongoing, with three other defendants set to plead not guilty in the coming weeks. One of these defendants is Boris Epshteyn, a close adviser to Trump and a key figure in his 2024 campaign.

The case underscores the ongoing legal battles stemming from the 2020 election and the efforts by some to contest the results. The defendants maintain their innocence, while prosecutors argue that they engaged in illegal activities to subvert the democratic process.