September 23, 2022 |
U.S. Congressional candidate Harriet Hageman blasted a group of Wyoming attorneys who wrote a letter threatening to file a bar complaint over her opinions about the 2020 Presidential Election.
About two dozen attorneys signed the letter dated September 12th. Most are from Wyoming, eight of them from Jackson. Two are from Colorado and another from Arizona.
The letter states that while Hageman’s membership in the Wyoming bar does not preclude her rights to free speech, it goes onto say that her claim that the election was “rigged” interferes with the legal process and runs afoul of Wyoming Rules and Procedures governing attorneys.
In a statement on her website, Hageman says, ““Make no mistake, this letter is meant as a threat against me simply because I hold a different political opinion – one that is shared by a majority of Wyoming voters. And this is exactly what Liz Cheney’s allies and the left do to Trump supporters and conservatives at every turn – attempt to threaten, intimidate, and cancel anyone who doesn’t see the world the way they do.”
Hageman goes onto state that “serious questions about the election remain including hundreds of millions of dollars spent by Mark Zuckerberg to commandeer local elections offices in Democrat precincts, and the fact that a Pennsylvania court ruled that their state’s mail-in voting law is unconstitutional.”
Meanwhile, in Washington, the House passed co-sponsored by Cheney and a California Democrat also on the January 6th Committee passed the House of Representatives Wednesday, but faces an uncertain future in the Senate. The bill seeks to revise the Electoral Count Act of 1887, a law then-President Donald Trump’s supporters sought to use to stop Congress from counting electoral votes and declaring Joe Biden won the election. Democrats in Congress have used the same law in the past to stop Republican presidential candidates.