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Georgia Hits Trump, Aides: Speech Crimes, ‘Conspiracy’ Charges

Georgia Hits Trump, Aides: Speech Crimes, ‘Conspiracy’ Charges

( – Former President Donald Trump, his attorneys, and members of his campaign are accused of several felonies in the 98-page, 41-count indictment that a grand jury in Fulton County, Georgia, handed down on Monday night in connection with a national challenge to the 2020 election.

After a hurried grand jury process that took just one day to consider a complex collection of charges involving 19 defendants, including the president, over a wide range of states and jurisdictions, the indictment was announced just before midnight on Monday.

The indictment includes statements made and acts performed by the Trump campaign in several other states to cast doubt on the contentious 2020 presidential election.

Still, it does not directly relate to events that occurred in Georgia.

In the indictment, several defendants are accused of crimes just for saying that the 2020 election was rigged.

It asserts that measures like holding open forums in Pennsylvania amounted to acts supporting a criminal conspiracy.

Other “acts” cited as advancing the conspiracy include tweets from then-President Trump urging people to watch public hearings in which Trump’s attorneys and witnesses alleged voting anomalies.

Despite the precedent set by Democrats in the 1960 election on behalf of John F. Kennedy in the hotly contested Hawaii race, the indictment also mentions an effort to prepare “false electors,” or as the New York Times has put them, “alternate electors.”

In addition, the indictment makes an effort to file charges for alleged federal breaches in state court, hoping to hold the Republican presidential nominee accountable in a judicial system controlled by and friendly to Democrats.

Notably, Hillary Clinton and her advisers, who were involved in fabricating the “Russia collusion” fabrication that aimed to sway the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, have never faced any legal action anywhere.

Additionally, no charges have been brought against Democrats for their extensive “shadow campaign” to sway the 2020 election by altering voting laws in crucial swing states, stifling news, censoring social media, and inciting social unrest nationwide.

Only a few hours had passed since a document with approximately 40 counts was prematurely uploaded on the internet of the Fulton County court.

The document was deleted, and officials claimed it was “fictitious” — a claim many observers later contested.

Notably, while the indictment refers several times to statements made by the defendants to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, it does not refer to an oft-misquoted statement by Trump that “I just want to find 11,780 votes.”

Willis declined to answer questions about the “fictitious” document, claiming not to know about it and claiming not to know about the administrative duties of a county clerk who might have led to the document being uploaded earlier in the day.

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