Trump Fires Back at Fulton County D.A. — ‘Irrefutable’ Report on Georgia Election Fraud [Video]

Trump Fires Back at Fulton County D.A. — ‘Irrefutable’ Report on Georgia Election Fraud

They never went after those that Rigged the Election ~Donald Trump


Donald Trump  is firing back against the recent indictment by the Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, maintaining his confidence that he will ultimately be cleared of all charges. The former president communicated on Truth Social that he will bring forth an “irrefutable” report that the 2020 election was “[r]igged.”

On the platform, Trump stated, “[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 expressed the belief 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!”

Several legal professionals voiced agreement with his viewpoint. Robert Barnes, a constitutional lawyer, remarked that the 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, previously chief counsel for nominations to the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman, suggested that Congress might uncover any coordination between the district attorney and federal officials linked to President Biden. He highlighted, “Fani Willis refused to say whether she’s colluding with the Biden Justice Department, including Jack Smith. House Republicans must subpoena those communications.”

Attorney Harmeet Dhillon pointed out 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.”

As Tracy Beanz noted in a report on “X,” the indictment lists a number of non-criminal actions in furtherance of a so-called “conspiracy” to contest elections, which is a constitutionally protected right of all political candidates.

Beanz notes that among the alleged “acts” of this conspiracy is claiming that there appeared to be foul play at State Farm Arena the night of the election. There are indisputable facts that corroborate this reasonable suspicion; however, there are a few particulars that are amiss.

The poll watchers were not sent home because of the pipe leak, but there was one that occurred on Election Day. The pipe leak occurred at State Farm Arena “around 6 a.m.” causing a delay of approximately two hours in the absentee ballot counting, as stated by election officials. However, the ballot counting that Donald Trump’s campaign claimed took place without monitors happened over 16 hours after that incident, post 10:30 p.m.

More significant, however, is the implication that poll watchers were not sent home early and thus the ballot-counting caught on video at State Farm Arena by closed-circuit TV apparently unbeknownst to the election workers was legal and legitimate. It was not.

The Fulton County public affairs manager for elections stated on independent media that ballot counters were sent home at 10:30. The poll watchers were sent home as well. But a timestamped video showed that election workers stayed behind, pulled out boxes of ballots from under the table, and ran them through the tabulator — some ballots apparently multiple times.

Tucker Carlson reported on the bizarre happenings at State Farm Arena and the proven discrepancies and voting shenanigans that arose due to the election malfeasance.

Journalist Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist correctly noted that the State Farm Arena video has not been “debunked.”

Hemingway notes that not only were the poll watchers sent home, as attested to by sworn testimony, but poll watchers were kept from meaningfully doing their jobs, as the video corroborates.

Furthermore, Hemingway notes the history of election malfeasance that caused Fulton County to be placed under independent monitoring.

“Incidentally, Fulton County had such massive problems managing elections earlier this year that they were fined and forced into a settlement agreement that included a requirement that they be independently monitored,” she pointed out, “according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution”:

To avoid the fine, Fulton must maintain verifiable levels of operational competenceby properly processing absentee ballots; keeping a force of 2,200 properly trained poll workers; providing at least 24 early voting sites; striving to process 100 voters per hour at any site; having a technical support staff member at every site; and creating a post-election audit.

The consent order also requires Fulton to regularly update the Board on its pool of poll workers.

The issue in the consent order requiring the most negotiation was over an independent elections monitor.

“The U.S. Department of Justice also sent an election monitor to Fulton County,” she adds.

The bigger issue in the Trump indictment is the political timing of the case, as well as the partisan leanings of the prosecutor Fani Willis.

As reported by investigative journalist Paul Sperry, “Georgia state records show that Fulton County D.A. Fani Taifa Willis — whose father was a member of the militant Black Panthers — has contributed $6,424 to the Georgia Democratic Party and Democrat candidates.”

Fani Willis was also prohibited from prosecuting a Trump ally due to a conflict of interest stemming from her political activism.

“In an embarrassing blow to the prosecutor investigating election interference by former President Donald J. Trump, an Atlanta judge has disqualified District Attorney Fani T. Willis of Fulton County from developing a criminal case against one Trump ally, citing a conflict of interest,” the New York Times reported in July 2022.

“Ms. Willis had recently notified State Senator Burt Jones, the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor in Georgia, that he could face indictment,” the report added. “But on Monday, Judge Robert C.I. McBurney of Fulton County Superior Court barred her from pursuing a case against Mr. Jones because she had headlined a June fund-raiser for his Democratic rival in the race.”

But Georgia does have an avenue in recourse this fall, should Georgia Republicans seek to go after Willis for the partisan abuse of her office.

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) in May approved a bill establishing a commission with the authority to discipline and dismiss misbehaving prosecutors. He said the move would rein in “far-left prosecutors” disrupting public safety.

The Prosecuting Attorneys Qualifications Commission began operations on July 1 and will start processing complaints on October 1.

The newly formed commission has a pressing matter of business set for early October: Investigate and if necessary, dismiss Fani Willis for prosecutorial abuse and election interference.


(TLB) published this artile from Becker News as compiled and written by Kyle Becker

Header featured image (edited) credit:  Trump Willis/MSNBC/Getty Images

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