June 6, 2024

Trump Appeal in Georgie Case Scheduled for October 4

Karma has a way of straightening things out in the universe, and Trump must have been owed quite a bit of it after seeing what has happened the last few days in his court cases.

Yet again, Trump has been handed a massive win after a judge scheduled Donald Trump’s appeal regarding the removal of Fani Willis on October 4.

The late appeal deal means that the Georgia election RICO case will no longer be heard inside a courtroom until after the election has taken place.

Another Big Win

The motion was initially brought before Judge McAfee. He agreed that something was amiss, but not enough to remove Willis from the case.

At the time, McAfee ruled, ”[T]he established record now highlights a significant appearance of impropriety that infects the current structure of the prosecution team — an appearance that must be removed through the State’s selection of one of two options.”

The options were that if Willis wanted to remain on the case, then her lover, Nathan Wade, had to be removed.

Wade then resigned, which allowed Willis to stay on, but an appeal was filed to try to push Willis off the case as well.

Donald Trump’s attorney, Steve Sadow, took a bit of a victory lap after the appeal was scheduled

He stated, "The Georgia Court of Appeals has properly stayed all proceedings against President Trump in the trial court pending its decision on our interlocutory appeal which argues the case should be dismissed and Fulton County DA Willis should be disqualified for her misconduct.”

The only possible way that Willis would be assured of getting this case to trial now would be to remove her from the case and allow someone else to take the lead.

I doubt her hubris will allow that to happen, however. Her desire to be famous will more than likely lead to this case never seeing the inside of a courtroom before the general election.

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