Former President Donald Trump was recently indicted on Monday in Georgia for his alleged role in trying to overturn the 2020 election. It has come to light that prosecutors used statutes normally seen in mob trials and accused the former president of being head of ‘a criminal organization.’
Trump and his allies were indicted. Alongside him, Mark Meadows, John Eastman, Rudy Giuliani, and Sidney Powell, Jeffrey Clark, Mike Roman were all charged including Jenna Ellis, who is a top ally of Ron DeSantis via The Gateway Pundit.
Reporters swarmed the Fulton County courthouse as Trump’s fourth indictment loomed Monday evening. The corrupt Fulton County District Attorney’s office posted the proposed charging documents before the grand jury even deliberated on Monday.
The indictments dropped Monday evening are the exact same ones that were posted to the Fulton County website earlier Monday. The Trump camp responded to the latest indictment Monday evening.
Trump called Fani Willis a “rabid partisan” who purposely stalled her investigation to maximally interfere with the 2024 presidential race.
Fani Willis, the district attorney for Fulton County, Georgia, secured the 41-count indictment from a grand jury on Monday, and told a press conference the indictment alleged ‘violations of Georgia law arising from a criminal conspiracy to overturn the results of the election in this state.’
Trump called her ‘an out of control and very corrupt District Attorney’, and declared that the charges were part of a ‘witch hunt’.
It is noted that the case which is relying on laws typically used to bring down mobsters, is the fourth targeting the 77-year-old Republican this year and could lead to a watershed moment, the first televised trial of a former president in US history.