FBI agents on Wednesday seized Nevada’s senior Republican official’s cell phone as part of an investigation into a fake post-election campaign in 2020, according to reports. Agents are said to have taken the phone to the state’s Republican president Michael McDonald in connection with an alleged plan to give Nevada’s six election college votes to Donald Trump for the 2020 presidential election, despite Joe Biden winning the state with more than 2 percent of the vote cast. A separate search warrant should also have been issued to Republican Party Secretary James DeGraffenreid – who also signed false papers. trying to confirm Nevada’s votes for Trump– but the FBI was reportedly unable to find him on Wednesday. The House committee, which is investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol, said at its hearing Tuesday that it would focus in part on the false electoral system.