Trump election indictments likely to come in August

 May 22, 2023

Information from the Atlanta prosecutor's office investigating whether former President Donald Trump broke any laws when some thought he attempted to overturn the 2020 presidential election suggested that any indictments that may stem from that investigation would come in August. 

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis contacted county Superior Court Chief Judge Ural Glanville via letter on Thursday to say that her staff would be working remotely as much as possible in the early weeks of August for safety reasons and asked that other hearings and trials not be held during some of that time.

The letter, which was copied to 20 other county officials, including Sheriff Pat Labat, the court clerk and top leaders, said, “Thank you for your consideration and assistance in keeping the Fulton County Judicial Complex safe during this time.”

"Significant public reaction"

Willis had said last month that she planned to announce the results of her investigation between July 11 and September 1.

She asked law enforcement at the time to prepare for heightened security during that time because an announcement of charges “may provoke a significant public reaction.”

The possible indictment is one of several that have been thrown at Trump in recent months.

He was indicted on 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in March, and found liable for sexual abuse and defamation against E. Jean Carroll to the tune of $5 million in damages earlier this month.

Applying different standards

Most of his supporters believe that all of the investigations into him are politically motivated, and agree with him that they are "witch hunts."

It seems like prosecutors are applying different standards to Trump than to Democrat politicians, since Hillary Clinton did the same kind of falsifying that Trump did when her campaign paid for the Steele Dossier, but she did not face any charges.

And Carroll could not even remember the year she says Trump allegedly raped her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room, let alone other key details of the alleged assault.

Now they want to indict Trump in Georgia for supposedly telling then-Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger (R) to "find" enough votes for him to win the state.

His enemies and detractors say he was trying to strong-arm Georgia officials into cheating for him, but was he really just saying he thought there was voter fraud in the state and asking Raffensberger to find it?

Evil caricature

No one on the left wants to give Trump the benefit of the doubt, because they have made him into some sort of evil caricature and feel a duty to stop that perceived evil.

In reality, Trump is not evil, he's just the opposite of them politically, and likes to call people names on social media.

It's actually pathetic that the left has made him into such an evil force and is terrified of him being president again if he wins in 2024.

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