Stefanie Lambert

Election Integrity Attorney Arrested for Spilling the Beans About Dominion Voting Systems

Editor’s Note: Political prisoners from January 6th and President Donald Trump are getting the most attention from American patriots as being persecuted by a corrupt justice system. But there are still many who are under attack for their actions trying to expose voter fraud with Dominion Voting Systems leading the charge to silence them.

The article below, generated from corporate media reports, details how attorney Stefanie Lambert was arrested last night. She is one of the unsung heroes still fighting to expose the stolen 2020 election. Share her story broadly as they attempt to remove her from the equation…


An attorney named Stefanie Lambert was arrested on Monday by U.S. Marshals after a hearing in a separate case in federal court in Washington, D.C. Lambert was charged with four felonies for illegally accessing voting machines in Michigan after the 2020 election. She had previously unsuccessfully sued to overturn Trump’s loss in Michigan.

The arrest came after a hearing in which Lambert was accused of disseminating confidential emails from Dominion Voting Systems, the target of conspiracy theories about Trump’s 2020 election loss. Lambert had obtained the Dominion emails while representing Patrick Byrne, a prominent funder of election conspiracy theorists who is being sued by Dominion for defamation.

In a statement, the Marshals office said Lambert was arrested on “local charges.” A Michigan judge had earlier issued a bench warrant for Lambert after she missed a hearing in her case.

Earlier on Monday, Lambert acknowledged passing on the records from Dominion Voting Systems to “law enforcement.” She then attached an affidavit that included some of the leaked emails and was signed by Dar Leaf, a county sheriff in northern Michigan who has investigated false claims of widespread election fraud from the 2020 election, to a filing in her own case in Michigan. The rest of the documents were posted to an account under Leaf’s name on X, the social platform formerly known as Twitter.

Byrne wrote in a text that he did not know if Lambert had been arrested, but if she was, he respected her even more, and she could raise her rate to him. Lambert contended the Dominion documents obtained under discovery were evidence of “crimes” and needed to be disclosed.

Dominion on Friday filed a motion demanding Lambert be removed from the Byrne case for violating a protective order that U.S. District Court Judge Moxila A. Upadhyaya had placed on documents in the case. It said Lambert’s disclosure had triggered a new round of threats toward the company, which has been at the center of elaborate conspiracy theories about Trump’s loss.

“These actions should shock the conscience,” Dominion wrote in its motion seeking to disqualify Lambert. “They reflect a total disregard for this Court’s orders, to say nothing of the safety of Dominion employees.”

Upadhyaya scheduled a subsequent hearing to determine whether sanctions against Lambert or removing her from the case were appropriate.

Dominion filed several defamation lawsuits against those who spread conspiracy theories blaming its election equipment for Trump’s 2020 loss. Fox News settled the most prominent of these cases for $787 million last year.

Dominion’s suit against Byrne is one of several the company has filed against prominent election deniers, including MyPillow founder Mike Lindell and attorney Sidney Powell.