Tuesday, September 6, 2022

'Cowboys for Trump’ founder removed from public office

A judge has ordered former New Mexico county official Couy Griffin, founder of “Cowboys for Trump” barred for life and 'constitutionally ineligible' to hold public office after he was convicted in the insurrection at the US Capitol.
In June, Griffin was convicted on misdemeanor charges for his role in the Capitol riots. Under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, Griffin is disqualified for life.

Griffin refused to certify local election results.
Griffin instead favoured debunked Trump conspiracy theories about voting machines to openly steal American's votes.