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[WATCH] Trump and Graham Could Be Charged By the End of June in Georgia Election Fraud

[WATCH] Trump and Graham Could Be Charged By the End of June in Georgia Election Fraud

Donald Trump could face his first legal consequences for trying to overturn the results of the 2020 Presidential election as soon as the end of this month, with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) also facing legal consequences for his part in the scheme.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis announced that she expects to come to a decision on whether her office will charge Trump by June 30th for allegedly attempting to overthrow the results in Georgia. “I certainly think that in the first half of the year that decision will be made,” Willis said back in January when the special grand jury investigation was announced.

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DA Willis has ramped up her investigation in recent months, interviewing more than four dozen people in the state and reportedly subpoenaing a number of state officials, including Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who recently won the GOP nomination for re-election despite Trump’s efforts to replace him for failing to help him “find 11,780 votes.” Trump has continued to criticize the investigation, declaring it a “witch hunt” and slamming Willis on social media platform Truth Social for going “after me instead of the people that Rigged and Stole” the 2020 election.

But Trump’s words are an ineffective smokescreen against the truth, and legal experts are anticipating that Willis’ probe will likely lead to criminal charges for Trump, and suggest that those charges could be the first of many across the country. Former Federal Prosecutor Glenn Kirschner spoke to our friends at Meidas Touch, and he agrees that Donald Trump and Lindsey Graham will likely be indicted in the Georgia probe into illegal activity during the 2020 election. Watch the conversation, below.

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