Mark Meadows' texts reveal new details about alleged 2020 Georgia election interference
Texts from Former Trump administration Chief of Staff Mark Meadows give more insight into the Trump campaign’s efforts to overturn the election results in Georgia in 2020.
Talking Points Memo is releasing a series of stories looking at the texts and their aftermath.
Josh Kovensky, an investigative reporter with TPM, joined “All Things Considered” to talk about their findings.
The texts that were turned over to the January 6th House Committee show that Meadows played a significant part in the phone call pressuring fellow Republican and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to overturn the election results.
The texts also show that Meadows acted as a conduit to President Donald Trump, funneling election conspiracy theories and strategies to change the outcome.
Talking Points Memo is releasing more reports from the texts in a series of stories all this week.
WABE contacted state Sen. Marty Harbin about his text messages with Mark Meadows, but the senator had no comment.