God Closes Manhattan District Attorney Trump Investigation Door, Opens Fulton County Grand Jury Window

If you are an American who has struggled with impatience these past few months, wondering if Donald Trump or anyone else he cares about, will ever face consequences for literally trying to overthrow the United States government and the results of a free presidential election. fair in 2020 and 2021, you should know that something is happening in Atlanta today.

Today, a special grand jury was impaled in Fulton County, Georgia, in District Attorney Fani Willis’ investigation into Trump’s efforts to overturn an election in Georgia. And all of you, them shut down traffic center around the Fulton County Justice Center Complex for this. Basically they are telling people that unless you are called to be on the jury for it, stay away if you can.

“We’re treating it like any other big event the city and county has been able to host over the years, whether it’s the Super Bowl or the NCAA,” Fulton County Sheriff Pat Labat said when asked about the security measures during the grand jury. selection.

the Atlanta Journal-Constitution explains that this special grand jury will have 23 people plus three alternates, can sit for up to a year and is different from a normal grand jury in that they cannot issue indictments, but rather make recommendations. And if Willis wants charges, he’ll have to go to a regular grand jury to get them. This special grand jury also has the power to sue, which is just as good 30 witnesses refused voluntarily testify in Willis’ investigation. (She is Talk to 50 people so far. He says there are another 60-ish on his list of him. This is a great investigation.)


There will be a lot to investigate this special grand jury. There is Trump’s perfect call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, where he pleaded with Raffensperger to “get him” 11,780 votes so he could win Georgia. There is Trump’s perfect call with Frances Watson, the chief investigator in Raffensperger’s office, where Trump pushed her like a common mafia boss in the direction of the county where Trump wanted him to “get” all these votes. There’s Lindsey Graham’s perfect call in Raffensperger not long after the election. There is the very abrupt dismissal by former US Attorney Byung J. “Bjay” Pak, apparently for his refusal to find Trump a fictional election fraud. There is Rudi Giuliani.

And curiously, when Willis talked about this investigation, he used the word “racket”, which has a fairly broad meaning under the state law of Georgia. He hired a lawyer named John Floyd, known to be the racketeering expert under the law of Georgia.

the Constitution of the newspaper also mentions that Willis may decide to investigate those false voters from Georgia who tried to cast false electoral votes for Trump, the loser who lost Georgia.

What kinds of violations of the law might DA Willis be looking for? Let’s review the list!

Willis previously told state officials that among potential violations of Georgia law he was looking into criminal enticement to commit election fraud, intentional interference in electoral duties, conspiracy and racket.

Yes, there’s that racket word again!

In case you’re worried, Willis might give in and freak out like a commoner Manhattan, it’s not the atmosphere she emits But if you need more reassurance:

If there’s enough evidence that someone has committed a crime, Willis said recently The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “I’m going to file an indictment, I don’t care who he is.”

She doesn’t care who she is.

For updates on the selection process, Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Tamar Hallerman it’s a good sequel.

Fuck it, DA Willis!

[11 Alive / Atlanta Journal-Constitution]

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