Trump Just Got HUGE Verdict From Judge

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The presiding judge in the former president Donald Trump’s election interference case in Fulton County, Georgia, has decided to dismiss six counts against all defendants, including three against Trump. As a result, several accusations have been dropped.

Judge Scott McAfee of Fulton County Superior Court reportedly dismissed six charges against elected officials for allegedly encouraging them to break their oaths of office, according to the AP. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has previously accused President Trump and his suspected accomplices of trying to persuade election authorities to nullify the state’s 2020 election results.

“All I want to do is this. I just want to find 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have,” Trump said according to a recording of a call between the former president and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who is also a Republican.

Although there is still a chance to prosecute the Republican front-runner, Willis’s ongoing controversy may result in her dismissal from the case. Nevertheless, prosecutors may try to file a new indictment against President Trump based on the same charges.

Judge McAfee is also debating whether Willis’s hire of Nathan Wade, a fellow prosecutor with whom she had an affair and may have lied on oath about the timing of their connection, permanently tarnished the case against Trump. The accusation was originally brought up by the lawyer for one of Trump’s co-defendants, and it soon became a major source of diversion for the Democratic prosecutor. Wade’s divorce lawyer is among the witnesses and former friends and coworkers who have come forward to say that Willis and Wade were lying when they said during their deposition that their romance started only after Wade was employed in 2021.

In both the Georgia case and the federal election interference case brought by Justice Department special counsel Jack Smith—who is currently being investigated by the U.S. House to determine whether or not he coordinated his charges with those made at the state level by Willis—President Trump has consistently maintained his innocence. While investigating allegations against President Joe Biden’s main opponent, Willis spoke with Vice President Kamala Harris, according to information discovered this week by Ashleigh Merchant, the lawyer for Michael Roman, one of Trump’s co-defendants.


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