As per recent reports, Georgia’s Fulton County District Attorney, Fani Willis, is reportedly considering racketeering and conspiracy charges in the Georgia Probe. Donald Trump has been wrapped up in Georgia’s case against him in regards to his supposed illegal attempts at overturning the 2020 election results in the peach state. Through these new reports, by CNN‘s Don Lemon, Willis is potentially leaning towards these charges as she makes her ultimate decisions. During the seven months the Georgia special grand jury met, they heard from 75 witnesses and upon their commencement, they provided Willis with their final report which she is now using to make decisions of legal action.
The special grand jury met for roughly seven months in Atlanta and heard testimony from 75 witnesses, including some of Trump’s closest advisers from his final weeks in the White House. It recommended issuing multiple indictments in their final report, according to the jury foreperson who spoke out in a media blitz.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis could make decisions on charges this spring, the source said. Willis will bring her charging recommendations to the regularly seated grand juries, who each serve two-month terms. Two regular Fulton County grand juries were seated in early March, and the next batch of two are scheduled to be sworn-in early May.
Willis previously said their far-reaching investigation included potential “solicitation of election fraud, the making of false statements to state and local governmental bodies, conspiracy, racketeering, violation of oath of office and any involvement in violence or threats related to the election’s administration.”
Willis’ office declined to comment for this story.
These charges would be independent of the charges Trump assumes will cause the left the indict him Tuesday. We will see how far the witch hunt goes. Will the leftist loons attempt to charge him not one but two times in attempts to get one charge to stick or have backup charges? We will see as we move forward.