Jan.6 Organizers Used Burning Phones to Communicate with Trump Family and White House: Report

Organizers of the “Stop the Steal” rally that preceded the deadly attack on the Capitol on January 6 reportedly contacted members of the former President TrumpDonald TrumpOvernight Energy & Environment – Biden to Release 50 Million Barrels of Oil Reserve On The Money – Biden: America Should ‘Rest Easy’ on Prices Former NYPD Commissioner to Testify Before the Jan.6 Committee and demands MORE apologiesthe family and the administration, according to Rolling Stone Magazine.

Multiple sources told Rolling Stone that Kylie Kremer, organizer of the rally that took place in DC’s Ellipse Park, had an attendee buy three burner phones a few days before January 6. Kremer said it was “of the utmost importance” that the phones are bought for cash, a source, who was a member of the March for Trump team, told the magazine.

Kremer kept one of the phones, while another was reportedly given to his mother, Amy Kremer, who was also an organizer of the rally. Sources could not say to whom the third was given.

According to Rolling Stone, the phones were used to communicate with high-ranking members of Trump’s inner circle, including his son. Eric trumpEric Trump Mary Trump Calls Donald Trump Jr. Her ‘Stupidest’ Relative Eric Trump’s attorney in the New York Attorney General’s fraud case resigns from Eric Trump to speak at a conference led by prominent anti-vaccines MORE, daughter-in-law and former campaign official Lara TrumpPlus, former White House chief of staff Mark MeadowsMark Meadows: Trump Allies Leaning on Executive Privilege Demand Subpoenas from Jan 6 Panel Roger Stone, Alex Jones Christie: McCarthy, Not Trump, Will Be Next Speaker MORE and former Trump surrogate Katrina Pierson.

Speaking of when Kylie Kremer bought the phones, the March for Trump member said: “It was then that the event was being planned at the Ellipse, she needed burner phones to communicate with high-level people, so she put it. “

When The Hill requested comment, representatives for Donald Trump, Eric Trump and Kim Kremer did not immediately respond to the Rolling Stone article.

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Meadows, who was subpoenaed by the House Select Committee on January 6, was “100 percent informed of what was going on,” according to the rally planners. The committee recently demanded to know if Meadows was using a private cell phone on January 6 and has asked where his text messages are from that day.



Reference-thehill.com

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