February 3rd – According to U.S. media reports, Lin Wood, Trump’s campaign lawyer for the 2020 U.S. election, is currently under investigation for his illegal voting because he has promoted the dissemination of election conspiracy theories and voter qualification fraud.
According to CBS, National Public Radio and other U.S. media on the 3rd, senior officials of the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office said that the office was investigating whether Wood had “out-of-state voting”, although he was actually a resident of South Carolina at the November election last year.
It is unclear whether Wood is eligible to vote in Georgia and whether he is considered a resident when voting.
Wood said in a statement to CBS that he “has been a resident of Georgia since 1955.
The residence was not changed to South Carolina until February 1.
He added, “This is purely harassment by the Georgia Secretary of State, because I revealed reliable evidence of election fraud by Secretary of State Raaffensperger.”
According to the report, Wood has sued Georgia Secretary of State Raffenspegg and others for election fraud in the 2020 election, but almost all lawsuits have been dismissed.
According to the report, Wood has participated in many pro-Trump rallies and promoted his ideas at rallies. After the U.S. riots on January 6, Wood was permanently banned from Twitter for promoting conspiracy theories and suspected inciting riots in the Capitol.
In addition, the Georgia State Bar Association recently launched an investigation into Wood’s terms of reference.
According to the Associated Press, the investigation is part of the barrister’s rule “related to mental incapacity or substance abuse”.