LAS VEGAS — Sheriffs from across America came together at the Freedom Fest to discuss the need for lawmen to investigate credible allegations of voter fraud in 2020 that were raised in 2000 Mules, and to talk about their own investigations so far.
At least one of the sheriffs, Chris Schmaling of Racine County, Wisconsin, recommended felony charges against state elections officials after his investigation. But the state attorney general refused to prosecute, claiming it was a “publicity stunt.”
Speaking on a panel organized by the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, the six sheriffs states including Virginia, Texas, Kansas, Wisconsin, and Michigan also explained why lawmen’s top job is actually to protect the God-given rights of citizens.
Sheriff Calvin Hayden of Johnson County, Kansas, said hundreds of citizens raised concerns and provided evidence about irregularities in the election, forcing him to launch an investigation.
The panel at Freedom Fest, moderated by Liberty Sentinel chief Alex Newman, followed an earlier event in Las Vegas featuring the sheriffs that included Mike Lindell and other leading critics of 2020 election fraud.
The event also featured a panel including 2000 Mules/True The Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht, CSPOA Founder Sheriff Richard Mack, & OpSec Group’s Gregg Phillips — incredible people you won’t see in the fake media.
Sheriff Mack, who famously beat the feds at the U.S. Supreme Court on gun control, said that watching the documentary 2000 Mules made him realize that it was time for sheriffs to investigate and intervene.
Other sheriffs at the event included Cutter Clinton from Texas, Darr Leaf of Michigan, Scott Williams of Texas, and Richard Vaughan of Virginia.
More interviews with these great lawmen conducted for The New American magazine coming soon.