Presidential immunity will not shield Trump from prosecution says Georgia DA Willis

U.S. 02/09/22, 02:34

Absolute immunity from litigation no longer applies to a former president, a Georgia Democrat warned. Donald Trump can still be questioned and sentenced in criminal lawsuits. This is the Fulton County district attorney's opinion about the feasibility of prosecuting the former president for allegedly trying to overturn the 2020 election. "Of course, ...

Special grand jury will hear Georgia election probe evidence

U.S. 01/25/22, 02:55

Multiple judges approved assembling civilians to decide whether the previous president's actions could constitute organized crime. Fulton County Superior Court granted county district attorney Fani Willis's (D) request for a special grand jury in the Georgia election investigation. "[There is] a reasonable probability that the state of Georgia's administration of elections in ...

Trump slams rivals for using CCP Virus to cheat, rig and steal election

U.S. 06/28/21, 20:41

A former president accused his opponents of using the pandemic to win the election through unlawful means. Donald Trump believes political foes used the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus as an excuse for cheating and stealing the 2020 presidential election. "They used COVID [CCP Virus] in order to cheat, they used COVID ...

Georgia fraud: Whistleblower says votes were handled ‘haphazardly’

2022 Campaign 12/09/20, 04:57

Bridget Thorne, a voting technician in Fulton County, Georgia, said that she witnessed firsthand several irregularities that took place during the 2020 presidential election.  In an interview on "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday, Dec. 8, Thorne said mail-in ballots that arrived at the State Farm Arena were handled "haphazardly." "When they came ...

Georgia secretary of state fails to find enough ‘systemic fraud’ to ‘overturn the election’

2022 Campaign 12/06/20, 22:21

Georgia’s top election official abandoned his investigation into hundreds of legitimate complaints about election fraud. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) seriously doubts he will find evidence of "illegal voting and violation of state election law” during the November presidential election. "We have never found systemic fraud, not enough to overturn ...

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