Current Office Held
- Michigan House of Representatives District 51
Meshawn Maddock claimed to have organized nearly 20 buses of Trump supporters to go to the Jan. 6 rally. Both she and Matt Maddock also traveled to Washington, D.C., but claimed to have not been able to get into the area where Trump was speaking ahead of the storming of the Capitol.
This contradicts posts from Meshawn Maddock’s social media accounts. She quote-tweeted a video of Trump supporters marching on the Capitol on Jan. 6, writing “The most incredible crowd and sea of people I’ve ever walked with <3.”
She also posted a video to her Instagram account from the White House Ellipse — where Trump delivered his speech — in which a man in the crowd could be heard screaming, “We need to march on the Capitol and drag these people out of power!” The video is no longer available on her Instagram account. The Maddocks — both of whom recently joined a Facebook group in which members openly discussed a possible civil war — have both condemned the storming of the Capitol.
Meshawn Maddock was also one of the signers of the fraudulent electoral vote certificates that were submitted to Congress as part of the failed attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Michigan Republican Party Co-Chair, Advisory Board Women For Trump
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