Trump Lawyers Meet with Fulton County DA

by Wall Street Rebel | James DiGeorgia | 01/12/2022 9:26 AM
Trump Lawyers Meet with Fulton County DA

There is no other way. President Trump is facing charges around the country. Former President Trump, his three oldest children, a host of supporters, surrogates, lawyers, and even The Trump Organization are targets of several criminal investigations.


As each shoe drops, Trump becomes more unglued. The man that promised to jail Hillary Clinton if elected and set off the first insurrection since the civil war continues to scream foul. 

The meeting between the former President Trump's lawyers and the Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is being interpreted as a sign that she intends to request authorization of formation of a special grand jury that has subpoena power from the Chief Judge of the Fulton County Superior Court, The Honorable Christopher S. Brasher - a nonpartisan elected official. This request would be made public, as would the Chief Judge's decision to grant the request.

The announcement of the formation of a Special Grand Jury would be another political earthquake. It could lead to the former President's criminal indictment and the criminal indictments of Rudy Guiliani, Mark Meadows, and Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), among others. Criminal indictments of these and others tied to Trump, the White House could also prompt a federal investigation and prosecution.

It is open to speculation whether a succession of criminal charges brought against the former President and suspected accomplices would affect the 2022 Georgia election.


                       Trump Lawyers Met With Georgia Prosecutors; Days Later, Trump Rants About Law Enforcement




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