Peter Ticktin, an attorney for former President Donald Trump, appeared on a QAnon-supporting show and asked viewers to send him “evidence in regard to January 6,” the “fake election,” and “the election fraud.”
Ticktin is working for Trump in a lawsuit he filed against some of his perceived political enemies, including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former FBI Director James Comey, and the Democratic National Committee, accusing them of a “racketeering conspiracy for allegedly joining in ‘an unthinkable plot’ to falsely accuse Trump of colluding with Russia in the 2016 presidential election.”
Ticktin has appeared on multiple QAnon-supporting shows where he promoted Trump’s lawsuit and called for “capital punishment” of Biden administration officials. He has also teamed up with far-right blog The Gateway Pundit to “crowdsource videos” from the January 6 insurrection, “requesting footage of ‘Trump protestors being peaceful’ and of ‘police or anyone else waving/encouraging people to go into the Capitol building.’”
During a July 13 appearance on QAnon-supporting show RedPill78 -- which he has now appeared on multiple times -- Ticktin was asked by host Zak Paine if he was worried about Trump possibly being indicted. In response, Ticktin said he was “helping to marshal the evidence in regard to January 6 and the fake election … you know, the election fraud.” He mentioned his email address and The Gateway Pundit, encouraging viewers who “have any information, any proof that helps prove the election fraud or January 6,” to “please be sure to” send it to him or to The Gateway Pundit. Multiple QAnon supporters -- including Paine -- participated in the insurrection.