Georgia’s Former Lt. Gov. Says Trump Is Finished

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( – A Georgia judge is set to decide whether or not the jury’s report following their seven-month investigation should be made public. Many believe that the grand jury’s special reports might contain within it a well-constructed case against former President Donald Trump.

The attorneys from both sides have presented their arguments on whether or not the potentially condemning report should be made available to the public. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has specifically requested for the report to be kept private as it might affect potential charges against those referenced in the case. Many people are also speculating that the report would lead to a possible indictment against Trump.

Geoff Duncan, a Republican and Georgia’s former lieutenant governor, told CNN that Willis had most likely gathered enough information to have Trump indicted. He is not the only person to believe so. In fact, many different people in the political field agree with the perspective that Willis would indict Trump. Former U.S. Army prosecutor Glenn Kirschner, a legal analyst, also agreed with the perspective that Willis probably had enough information in order to indict Trump.

The investigation into Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election started after it was revealed that he had made a phone call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. During that phone call, he had pushed Raffensperger to find the over 11,000 votes necessary to be declared the victor of the Georgia election instead of Trump. However, Biden was ultimately the one to have won the 16 electoral votes in Georgia.  to “find” the votes needed to beat Biden.

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