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Georgia DA Panics Over Trump’s New Evidence


Trump has the Georgia DA on her toes.

Former President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday his intention to release an “undeniable” report in the coming week, aiming to clear his name in light of a recent indictment handed down by a grand jury in Georgia.

According to Newsweek, the Fulton County District Attorney, Fani Willis, unveiled on Monday a list of charges against Trump and 18 associates, totaling 41 counts. These charges encompass alleged violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, all stemming from actions purportedly undertaken to overturn President Joe Biden’s victory in Georgia during the 2020 election. Notably, this marks the fourth instance of indictment against the former president this year. Throughout this series of accusations, Trump has consistently denied any wrongdoing and pleaded not guilty in the previous three cases.

In a message posted on his Truth Social platform, Trump conveyed his plans to reveal a comprehensive report addressing what he termed the “Presidential Election Fraud” that transpired in Georgia. This report, which he described as “extensive, intricate, and irrefutable,” is nearing completion and is scheduled to be presented during a prominent news conference scheduled for the following Monday at 11:00 A.M. in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Trump’s message continued: “Based on the results of this CONCLUSIVE Report, all charges should be dropped against me & others – There will be a complete EXONERATION! They never went after those that Rigged the Election. They only went after those that fought to find the RIGGERS!”


The most severe allegation brought forth against Trump in the Georgia investigation pertains to a violation of the state’s RICO Act. In Georgia, conviction under this act carries a potential sentence ranging from five to twenty years of imprisonment.

Among the other charges Trump is confronting in this case are the solicitation of an oath violation by a public officer, conspiracy to commit first-degree forgery, conspiracy to impersonate a public officer, and the presentation of false statements and documents. The indictment also alleges that Trump participated in a scheme to submit a group of fraudulent electors in Georgia, falsely asserting his victory over Biden.

Shortly after the announcement of the charges in Georgia, Trump’s campaign team issued a statement accusing Willis of displaying strong partisan bias. The statement also suggested that Willis strategically delayed her investigation to manipulate the 2024 presidential race and undermine the prevailing Trump campaign.

Asserting that “the unequal legal treatment against President Trump must cease,” the statement criticized the perceived double standards, contending that Democrats operate under different rules while Republicans are faced with criminal accusations for exercising their First Amendment rights.