Buzz of fake electors in certain states during the last US Presidential elections remains an issue and now reports are surfacing to back that claim.

Worse, at least one of the ex-US President’s allies was named to be part of it – Rudy Giuliani.

According to sources, members of the Trumps campaign team were pretty much more involved in it than the original plan. This was a core tenet of the broader plot to overturn President Joe Biden's victory when Congress counted the electoral votes on Jan. 6.

In the CNN report citing sources, Giuliani and his allies allegedly coordinated the process on a state-by-state level.

A source said there were multiple planning calls between Trump campaign officials and GOP state operatives. It was also claimed that Giuliani participated in at least one of the calls.

It was also claimed that the Trump campaign lined up supporters to fill elector slots, secured meeting rooms in statehouses for the fake electors to meet on Dec. 14, 2020. They circulated drafts of fake certificates that were ultimately sent to the National Archives, the Washington Post reported.

Trump and his advisers also reportedly encouraged the alternate sectors publicly, particularly in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Arizona, Wisconsin, Nevada and New Mexico. In all, Giulian and Trump choreographed the entire process, the source added.

One fake elector from Michigan even batted that the Trump campaign directed the entire operation during an event hosted by a local Republican organization.

"We fought to seat the electors. The Trump campaign asked us to do that," Meshawn Maddock, co-chair of the Michigan Republican Party, said at a public event last week that was organized by the conservative group Stand Up Michigan.

Maddock was one of the Trump supporters from Michigan who served as fake electors and signed the illegitimate certificate.

"It was Rudy and these misfit characters who started calling the shots," a former Trump campaign staffer said. "The campaign was throwing enough sh*t at the wall to see what would stick."

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