Trump's Legal Problems In Georgia Aren't Going Away

Trump's Legal Problems In Georgia Aren't Going Away

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The investigation into Trump’s alleged attempts to interfere in the Georgia election has not gone away, and it continues to move forward with little media attention. And even though it is being carried out in a Republican-controlled state, it could have serious ramifications on Donald Trump’s future political ambitions, as well as large implications for any other Republicans who might be tempted to follow Trump’s lead. Farron Cousins explains what’s happening.

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Believe it or not. In spite of the fact that there hasn’t been much media coverage of it probably in a month or more, Donald Trump is still facing some pretty serious investigations here in the United States. Obviously the big one is what’s happening up in New York, which again, after Weisselberg was indicted, things kind of went quiet with that. It’s still ongoing. We just haven’t heard anything. But even before Weisselberg was indicted, we had another investigation into Donald Trump that had pretty much gone, completely silent. And that is the ongoing investigation in the state of Georgia as to whether or not Donald Trump broke Georgia state laws with phone calls that he made. And of course, Lindsey Graham made a phone call as well to Georgia, secretary of state Brad RAF. Hunsberger where Trump asked him, go find the votes after Trump lost the state by a little over 11,000 votes, those investigations, because there’s actually more than one in Georgia are still ongoing.

They have not ended. And in fact, uh, Fulton county, district attorney Fannie Willis, who is conducting the investigation is plowing forward, right? She has the phone calls. She has records. She has documents. And right now her staff is pouring through all of these, trying to see if they can find intent. Cause that’s the key here. If you do not have intent, you do not have a violation of the law and the way Trump phrased it, go find the votes. It really almost depends on his inflection, right? Because if he were calling, it said, listen, God, go find the votes that could easily mean like, look, finish counting the ballots, go find the votes. Or if it was listen, go, uh, find the votes, see it’s the same sentence, different inflection, two different meanings. One of them clear intent, like, Hey, uh, go find the votes or go, go find the votes.

I, you know, they both basically mean the same thing, but in the eyes of the law, they actually don’t folks. And that’s why this stuff does tend to get a little frustrating. Right? Because we all can pretty much guess what Donald Trump meant. Right. I personally believe he did the wink and a nod. Like go find me the votes. Right? I don’t think there’s too many people probably watching this, that think, oh no, he was just being like, Aw, go find the boats. No, we’re all probably on the same page here with what he meant by it. But the question is, could prove it in court. Could you prove it enough to indict him for it? And therein lies the problem. And that’s why the district attorney Willis, all these other prosecutors working for her, they have their work cut out for them. You know, this is not as cut and dry as we would like it to be.

Yes, we’ve heard the tapes, we’ve read the quotes, but that doesn’t mean you could prove the case in court. So the investigation is ongoing and that’s a positive, right? This is a Republican controlled state. Okay. This is an area where Republicans have a stranglehold on pretty much everything and they could easily shut this thing down, but they haven’t. And I think part of the reason for that is because Brad RAF, Hunsberger the guy at the kind of center of this, basically. He’s the one who Trump called, uh, Trump’s already endorsed his Republican opponent for the next election. So he’s Trump off. And Trump has gone after him personally. And of course we learned recently that the death threats received by both Rathmines Berger and his wife, Trump laughed about it according to reports and said they’re getting what they deserve. So yeah, raffinose burger probably has a pretty good reason, even though it’s probably not legally sound to let these investigations just bear whatever they bear. And if it comes down to indictments, maybe we got to indict. So we’ll see what happens. But I know that Trump’s actions of off the current powers that be in the state of Georgia, not exactly the best legal strategy, if you’re trying to avoid an indictment.

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The investigation into Trump’s alleged attempts to interfere in the Georgia election has not gone away, and it continues to move forward with little media attention. And even though it is being carried out in a Republican-controlled state, it could have serious ramifications on Donald Trump’s future political ambitions, as well as large implications for any other Republicans who might be tempted to follow Trump’s lead. Farron Cousins explains what’s happening.

Link – https://www.cnn.com/2021/09/17/politics/georgia-probe-trump-election/index.html

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*This transcript was auto-generated. Please excuse any typos.

Believe it or not. In spite of the fact that there hasn’t been much media coverage of it probably in a month or more, Donald Trump is still facing some pretty serious investigations here in the United States. Obviously the big one is what’s happening up in New York, which again, after Weisselberg was indicted, things kind of went quiet with that. It’s still ongoing. We just haven’t heard anything. But even before Weisselberg was indicted, we had another investigation into Donald Trump that had pretty much gone, completely silent. And that is the ongoing investigation in the state of Georgia as to whether or not Donald Trump broke Georgia state laws with phone calls that he made. And of course, Lindsey Graham made a phone call as well to Georgia, secretary of state Brad RAF. Hunsberger where Trump asked him, go find the votes after Trump lost the state by a little over 11,000 votes, those investigations, because there’s actually more than one in Georgia are still ongoing.

They have not ended. And in fact, uh, Fulton county, district attorney Fannie Willis, who is conducting the investigation is plowing forward, right? She has the phone calls. She has records. She has documents. And right now her staff is pouring through all of these, trying to see if they can find intent. Cause that’s the key here. If you do not have intent, you do not have a violation of the law and the way Trump phrased it, go find the votes. It really almost depends on his inflection, right? Because if he were calling, it said, listen, God, go find the votes that could easily mean like, look, finish counting the ballots, go find the votes. Or if it was listen, go, uh, find the votes, see it’s the same sentence, different inflection, two different meanings. One of them clear intent, like, Hey, uh, go find the votes or go, go find the votes.

I, you know, they both basically mean the same thing, but in the eyes of the law, they actually don’t folks. And that’s why this stuff does tend to get a little frustrating. Right? Because we all can pretty much guess what Donald Trump meant. Right. I personally believe he did the wink and a nod. Like go find me the votes. Right? I don’t think there’s too many people probably watching this, that think, oh no, he was just being like, Aw, go find the boats. No, we’re all probably on the same page here with what he meant by it. But the question is, could prove it in court. Could you prove it enough to indict him for it? And therein lies the problem. And that’s why the district attorney Willis, all these other prosecutors working for her, they have their work cut out for them. You know, this is not as cut and dry as we would like it to be.

Yes, we’ve heard the tapes, we’ve read the quotes, but that doesn’t mean you could prove the case in court. So the investigation is ongoing and that’s a positive, right? This is a Republican controlled state. Okay. This is an area where Republicans have a stranglehold on pretty much everything and they could easily shut this thing down, but they haven’t. And I think part of the reason for that is because Brad RAF, Hunsberger the guy at the kind of center of this, basically. He’s the one who Trump called, uh, Trump’s already endorsed his Republican opponent for the next election. So he’s Trump off. And Trump has gone after him personally. And of course we learned recently that the death threats received by both Rathmines Berger and his wife, Trump laughed about it according to reports and said they’re getting what they deserve. So yeah, raffinose burger probably has a pretty good reason, even though it’s probably not legally sound to let these investigations just bear whatever they bear. And if it comes down to indictments, maybe we got to indict. So we’ll see what happens. But I know that Trump’s actions of off the current powers that be in the state of Georgia, not exactly the best legal strategy, if you’re trying to avoid an indictment.

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