For six years Democrats made arresting Donald Trump their number one priority.
One of the main witch hunts against Trump reached its end game.
And now Donald Trump just received shocking news about getting arrested.
The Democrat Attorney General in Fulton County, Georgia, Fani Willis, impaneled a grand jury to go after Trump on sham charges that Trump committed a variety of election crimes by telling Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to find the 11,000 votes Trump claimed were fraudulent that swung the election in the Peach State to Joe Biden.
A judge ordered a portion of the grand jury’s report released which raised expectations in the corporate media and Democrat Party that they were one step closer to seeing authorities slap leg irons and handcuffs on Trump.
But just like the Mueller report, the Stormy Daniels case, and the Manhattan D.A. investigation into Trump for tax fraud, the Fulton County district attorney came up empty-handed.
At the end of the day prosecutors still need to present real evidence of a crime and Democrats are learning they cannot will an indictment against Trump based on a hoax.
The section of the grand jury report made public revealed the grand jurors listed what criminal statutes targets of the investigation violated.
“We set forth for the Court our recommendations on indictments and relevant statutes, including the votes by the Grand Jurors. This includes the votes respective to each topic, indicated in ‘Yea/Nay/Abstain’ format throughout. The total number of Grand Jurors who placed a vote on each topic has been indicated in each section. Footnotes have been added in certain places where jurors requested the opportunity to clarify their vote for any reason. Each applicable statute is referenced by citation number. Attached to this document as Appendix A is complete set of Georgia statutes referenced below,” the report stated.
The only crime listed that the grand jurors thought anyone committed was perjury by witnesses who testified.
“A majority of the Grand Jury believes that perjury may have been committed by one or more witnesses testifying before it. The Grand Jury recommends that the District Attorney seek appropriate indictments for such crimes where the evidence is compelling,” the report continued.
Donald Trump never testified before the grand jury.
And the report never listed any of the election criminal statutes as the subject of the report.
(6) Involvement in violence or threats related to election administration.
What they come away with is recommending possibly four indictments for perjury. That’s it. And Trump didn’t participate with the grand jury, so he can’t be one of the four people.
— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) February 16, 2023
What this means is another Democrat prosecutor failed in their politically-motivated fishing expedition.
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