There’s no two ways about it at this point, Donald Trump’s entire life is falling apart in every manner, from every direction imaginable, and there’s no end in sight — and it’s about to get a hell of a lot worse if Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has anything to say about it.
The scandal-plagued former president is already facing down a slew of brutal indictments on both a state and federal level, ranging from the infamous Manhattan hush-money scheme to DOJ Special Counsel Jack Smith’s explosive 37-count federal indictment that was chock full of multiple felony charges that could earn the former guy a collective life sentence behind bars. That’s not even making mention of the additional investigations that are still raging against him from multiple directions that carry their own potential, bombshell criminal indictments — including DA Willis’ case against Trump over his efforts to overthrow the results of the 2020 presidential election in the state of Georgia.
Now, it seems that Willis may be handing down those charges even sooner than we expected, as The Guardian reported today that the Fulton County DA has “developed evidence to charge a sprawling racketeering indictment next month” against Donald J. Trump in her sprawling investigation into his efforts to overthrow Joe Biden’s presidential election win in the Peach State.
Guardian’s Hugo Lowell exclusively reported from Atlanta this morning, citing two “people briefed on the matter,” and laid out the dirty details of the likely impending racketeering charges against Donald Trump, based on “influencing witnesses and computer trespass.”
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Lowell explains in his bombshell new report, “The racketeering statute in Georgia requires prosecutors to show the existence of an ‘enterprise’ – and a pattern of racketeering activity that is predicated on at least two ‘qualifying’ crimes.”
His report noted that while the “specific evidence was not clear” the “charge regarding influencing witnesses could include Trump’s conversations with Georgia’s secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger.” Donald Trump was infamously caught on an audio recording all but demanding that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger “find” the 11,780 votes he needed to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in the southern swing state.
Lowell’s expansive report also laid out the details of the potential computer trespass charges:
For the computer trespass charge, where prosecutors would have to show that defendants used a computer or network without authority to interfere with a program or data, that would include the breach of voting machines in Coffee county, the two people said.
The breach of voting machines involved a group of Trump operatives – paid by the then Trump lawyer Sidney Powell – accessing the voting machines at the county’s election office and copying sensitive voting system data.”
Lowell further reports that the copied data was then “uploaded to a password-protected site from where election deniers could download the materials as part of a misguided effort to prove the 2020 election had been rigged.”
To say the least, things are about to get a lot worse for Donald Trump.
Read Lowell’s full, exclusive report with The Guardian here.
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