Geez, it’s like they’re not even hiding it anymore.
These “witch hunts” that the former President has endured, (and labeled, I might add), are piling up on him just as he enters the meat and potatoes of the 2024 campaign cycle.
First, Manhattan came down with an indictment, unprecedented for a President past or present, all over the alleged “hush money” payments that Trump’s disgraced ex-lawyer Michael Cohen is said to have made to Stormy Daniels. The indictments came at a crucial time in the election cycle, as other potential Republican candidates look for a lull in Trump’s polling to dip their toes into the campaign current.
Now, just as Trump gets out to the sweaty stump speeches of summer in the south, Fulton County, Georgia is looking to pile on.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis plans to announce her charging decisions in the wide-ranging investigation into efforts to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election results between July 11 and September 1.
There were concerns about safety as well.
Driving the news: Willis revealed the news in a letter to the Fulton County sheriff warning of the likely need for increased security at the Fulton County Courthouse at that time. The letter was first reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
What she’s saying: In the letter, Willis writes that announcement of any decisions to indict “may provoke a significant public reaction” that officials including Fulton Sheriff Patrick Labat, who manages security at the Fulton Courthouse, would need to prepare for.
This is surely convenient for Willis and the Democratic Party, who are on the verge of seeing incumbent and incompetent President Joe Biden announce his ill-fated and highly unpopular reelection campaign.,
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