“Jury in Georgia Trump Inquiry Recommended Multiple Indictments, Forewoman Says,” The New York Times broadcast its midday breaking news. headline Tuesday. It was what happened next that revealed the true story. The grand jury recommended bogus accusations based upon the Fulton County District Attorney’s misrepresentation.
“We definitely started with the first phone call, the call to Secretary Raffensperger that was so publicized,” Emily Kohrs is the forewoman on the special purpose grand jury , Noting That the recording was played for jurors by the prosecutors on the first day. “I will tell you that if the judge releases the recommendations, it is not going to be some giant plot twist,” Kohrs continued. “You probably have a fair idea of what may be in there.”
Fani Willis, Fulton County Democrat District Attorney, has been trying to impanel a judge since the beginning. “special purpose grand jury” — “special purpose” because it can only make recommendations and cannot indict — to assist in her investigation “into any coordinated attempts to unlawfully alter the outcome of the 2020 elections in this state,” She has misrepresented Donald Trump’s Jan. 2, 20,21, telephone conversation between himself and Georgia’s Secretary-of-State Brad Raffensperger.
However, I have been forced to document the conversation time and again by corrupt media who continue to lie about it. Established Trump “did not request that Raffensperger ‘find 11,780 votes.’ Period. It never happened.” It is more likely that you will do this during the holiday season. “telephone conversation between Trump’s legal team and the Secretary of State’s office, Trump’s lawyer explained to Raffensperger that ‘the court is not acting on our petition. They haven’t even assigned a judge.'”
And it was because the Fulton County judge responsible for assigning a judge to hear Trump’s election lawsuit — ironically, the same Judge Chris Brasher who authorized Willis’ special purpose grand jury — held up his legal challenge that Trump’s legal team reached out to Raffensperger, requesting the secretary of state’s office investigate the evidence of widespread violations of election law.
The transcript of Trump’s call with Raffensberger supports this fact. Lawyers for the former President ticking “off the numerous categories of illegal votes of which they had concrete evidence — some 25 categories.” This is where the DA appears have pushed a second falsity, with Willis reportedly claiming that Willis was in fact the one who made it up. asserting In a subpoena, Trump’s lawyer Cleta Mitchell was notified that the call took place during which time. “parroted claims of voter fraud.'”
Mitchell didn’t do such a thing. Mitchell did not push for voter fraud, she was asking the secretary of State’s office instead to investigate violations of Georgia election laws.
However, the grand jury only knew Willis’ facts and did not share them with the group. The jurors, who came from all walks of life — including the 30-year-old unemployed forewoman — also needed to rely on the DA’s office to decipher the meaning
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