Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis recently charged nearly 20 people in connection with Donald Trump supposedly trying to interfere with the results of the 2020 election.
It very easily could have been more.
In addition to the people who were charged, Willis had received recommendations to also indict Sens. Lindsey Graham, a Republican from South Carolina; David Perdue, a Republican from Georgia; Kelly Loeffler, a Republican from Georgia; as well as former Trump National Security advisor Michael Flynn, and Trump adviser Boris Epshteyn.
Willis did end up pulling the trigger on the indictments of 19 people, but excluded Graham, Loeffler, Perdue, Flynn, and Epshteyn.
Some of the more notable names currently facing charges are Mark Meadows, Rudy Giuliani, John Eastman, Sidney Powell, Kenneth Chesebro, and Donald Trump himself.
Trump himself faces 18 counts in Georgia alone. Donald and his co-defendants currently combine to face 41 counts in Georgia.
Just because some of Trump's friends are escaping a legal trial does NOT mean that the former president has an easy road ahead of him.
It seems like the bad luck (witch hunt) just keeps piling up against Trump.
In addition to the charges he is already facing in Georgia, there is a serious investigation going on right now to determine whether Trump broke the law when he started selling items that featured his government mug shot.
Liberals get pretty excited with each new charge against Trump because they think it makes him look more and more dishonest.
That's not what is happening though.
In fact, the exact opposite might be true.
With each new charge against Trump and his friends, they are actually increasing Trump's credibility, not destroying it.
Trump has been saying there's been a witch hunt going on against him for years.
Now, he has the easily visible truth.
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