G. McConway
August 17, 2023

Georgia DA Plays Re-election Campaign Off Trump Indictment

Well, now it really is all starting to make sense…

We all know these indictments were timed out to hurt Trump in the primary, but the Georgia DA also has Plan B in the works.

She is up for re-election as well, and she conveniently launched a re-election fundraising website just days before she announced her utterly ridiculous indictment against Trump, reported Atlanta News First.

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Willis’ 41-count indictment was announced on Monday night, but just days before her team sent out an email to supporters.

It stated, “Friend, we wanted you to know first that our new website is up and ready for you to share with your friends and family.

“Sign up to volunteer, host an event, and continue to support the team! Thank you for your continued support to build a brighter future for Fulton County. With gratitude, Team Fani,” reported Breitbart.

Willis ran on indicting Trump, so whatever happens after the fact is really meaningless in terms of her campaign. She delivered, and now she will drive fundraising using the Trump indictment as the gasoline to get everyone fired up.

Willis threw everything and the kitchen sink at Trump and 18 of his associates in the indictment, which include RICO charges.

Willis has reportedly asked for a February court date, which would just load up Trump’s entire primary schedule with trials to interfere with his campaign, and that was surely their plan.

The venue here is going to be a major problem for Trump, as he is very likely to get a mostly minority jury, and you know they are going to play racial suppression during the trial and paint Trump as a racist as much as possible.

The case and charges may be garbage, but that means nothing when you get a biased jury and judge.

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