The news for Trump on the legal front continues to be more bad than good.
The latest is that it appears as though former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows was granted immunity for testifying against Trump in the January 6 election interference cause being brought by Special Counsel Jack Smith.
Meadows’ name was not included on the federal indictment charging Trump in the case, which is when ABC reported that its sources confirmed Meadows was given immunity in the case.
Bad News for Trump
These deals are really starting to stack up against Trump, and it is not good.
In the Georgia election case, four plea deals have already been made, three of them by attorneys, including Jenna Ellis, who was directly representing Trump at the time.
Several other Trump staffers have reportedly testified in the January 6 case, numerous of which stated they told Trump he was being dishonest with voters by saying that he had won the election on election night, even though there were still absentee and early voting to be counted.
Meadows reportedly confirmed this, adding that he also told Trump the same thing.
He also reportedly told Trump that his claims regarding the outcome of the election were baseless, which is yet another massive blow to Trump’s case.
Meadows reportedly told Trump that even though Giuliani was saying otherwise in the media, his investigation uncovered nothing of substance in terms of hard evidence to back up the claims that Trump was making about the election.
Trump reportedly responded, “So, that’s it.” Only Trump kept pushing the narrative, which leads us all to the mess we have today.
Keep in mind that Meadows is also a codefendant in the Georgia election fraud case, but he is awaiting an answer on his appeal.
With Meadows having already made one deal, I think it stands to reason that if he cannot get this case moved to federal court, he would probably be willing to make a similar deal with Fulton County DA Fani Willis.
For bagging the testimony of Meadows, I am sure she would forego the guilty plea and be happy with him testifying against Trump.
I am trying to figure out how Trump digs himself out of this at this point, but these cases are going to be very hard to win at the trial level, and I think Trump is going to have to move his eggs over to the appeals basket for any hope of exoneration.