That loud crashing noise you just heard was likely Donald Trump’s jaw hitting the ground.
Former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has just secured an immunity deal with Special Counsel Jack Smith.
The deal will grant Meadows immunity in the January 6 election case brought by Special Counsel Jack Smith.
According to the report, Meadows testified before the grand jury that Trump’s claims that the election had been rigged were baseless.
That goes directly against the Trump claim that his attorneys have been defending, including this week.
Meadows further stated that he told Trump directly that he thought he was being dishonest with voters when Trump declared victory on election night. Trump did this knowing full well there were still a significant number of absentee votes to be counted.
It is worth noting here that history has shown that by and large, absentee and early voting has always favored Democrats, so Trump had to know the vote would tighten up considerably.
The testimony by Meadows on that subject also coincides with the testimony of other Trump campaign staffers who stated they had also advised Trump that he was jumping the gun by announcing a win when all the votes had yet to be counted.
Even though Meadows was granted immunity in this case, he is still facing charges in the Georgia election fraud case. However, he has an appeal working its way through the machine now.
Based on what happened in the January 6 case, my best guess here is that if Meadows loses the appeal, he will more than likely try to get a plea deal or immunity from Willis in exchange for his testimony against Trump.
Some time ago, I remember asking what was going to happen to all these Trump allies once their butts were on the line in court, and we started to fight out.
They are all using self-preservation, which is not good news for Trump because everyone who rolls over on him will be another star witness to use against Trump once his trial starts.