DA Fani Willis Held Exonerating Evidence for Trump Case While Pursuing Charges

Georgia’s Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis had exonerating evidence in her possession at the time she filed multiple charges in her case against President Donald Trump, according to a bombshell new report.

The Democrat prosecutor created a nearly 100-page indictment against Trump and more than a dozen others.

Willis is accusing them of trying to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia.

However, she had evidence exonerating multiple defendants at the time she filed the counts, according to a new report from The Federalist

The case brought by Willis alleges that there was a criminal conspiracy to change the results of the election.

In a desperate attempt to twist the charges to fit the defendants, Willis’s get-Trump case claims that making telephone calls and holding meetings are illegal.

It also charges defendants criminally for making First Amendment-protected statements.

In fact, she’s made a massive criminal case based on statements and actions that were identical to Democrat Al Gore’s attempt to change the Florida results in 2020, as WND notes.

However, no one was charged over Gore’s efforts.

Some of the defendants are charged criminally for purportedly representing themselves as “officials,” Republican presidential electors to the Electoral College.



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