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‘Detailed But Irrefutable’: Trump to Present Report on 2020 Election Fraud in Georgia Next Week

‘Detailed But Irrefutable’: Trump to Present Report on 2020 Election Fraud in Georgia Next Week

August 15, 2023: Donald Trump is fighting back against Monday’s indictment by the Fulton County District Attorney and remains confident that he will be fully exonerated of the charges. The Republican frontrunner announced that he will be defending his stance that the 2020 election was “[r]igged.” This announcement by former president Trump was posted on Truth Social.

Mr. Trump wrote that “[a] Large, Complex, Detailed but Irrefutable REPORT on the Presidential Election Fraud which took place in Georgia is almost complete & will be presented by me at a major News Conference at 11:00 A.M. on Monday of next week in Bedminster, New Jersey.” He further wrote that “Based on the results of this CONCLUSIVE Report, all charges should be dropped against me & others – There will be a complete EXONERATION! They never went after those that Rigged the Election. They only went after those that fought to find the RIGGERS!”

Mr. Trump added in another Truth Social post that this was a “WITCH HUNT!” An assortment of legal scholars and practitioners concur with the president. Robert Barnes, a constitutional lawyer, observed that this indictment “is the most insane yet by the looniest prosecutor yet. Claims tweets are conspiracies, legal advice is a crime, Constitutional law is a criminal act, and demanding officials do their job criminal solicitation. It is an embarrassment to the state of Georgia.”

Mike Davis, a former chief counsel for nominations on the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman, noted that Congress could play a role in revealing the level of coordination between the district attorney and federal officials connected to President Biden. He wrote Fani Willis refused to say whether she’s colluding with the Biden Justice Department, including Jack Smith. House Republicans must subpoena those communications.”

Harmeet Dhillon, a lawyer, wrote about the charges that one ought to “[n]ote the plethora of conspiracy charges, with some RICO [racketeering charges] tossed in. Real lawyers know that just about nothing is a provable RICO in front of a fair court. Woke prosecutors are increasingly criminalizing speech in America, and this threatens all of us.”

Stephen Miller, the founder of America First Legal, commented that “Just so you understand the new system: the most corrupt democrat jurisdictions will criminally charge you if you challenge their corruption.”

Will Chamberlain, a lawyer, exclaimed that “Fani Willis just indicted a bunch of lawyers for doing legal work Real banana republic stuff.” He added that these were “lawyers doing good faith legal work” and that it was “[i]nsane to charge them with racketeering.” He reiterated that “[t]hese are good lawyers and good people.”


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