Conservative operatives charged with voter intimidation after nasty robocall campaign

It is perhaps unfair to conservatives to describe Jacob Wohl as a conservative operative, but certainly unfair to operatives. The comically bungling pro-Trump ratfucker has already gotten into some trouble over his shenanigans, but now he (along with Jack Burkman) are in deep, charged with intimidating voters with illegal robocalls.

Two notorious right-wing political operatives were charged Thursday for allegedly running a voter suppression operation targeting voters in Michigan, according to Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel.The operatives, Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman, are accused of orchestrating a series of robocalls aimed at deterring Detroit residents from voting by mail. They are each charged with one count of intimidating voters, one count of conspiracy to commit an election law violation, one count of using a computer to commit the crime of intimidating voters and using a computer to commit the crime of conspiracy. The first two charges each carry a maximum of five years in prison and the latter two charges carry a maximum of seven years in prison.

They announced their own names on their robocall voter intimidation tape.