Fani Willis’s Prosecution Of Trump: What’s The Matter With Georgia?
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Donald Trump has been in the news on account of Fani Willis, the District Attorney of Fulton County, Georgia.

Ms. Willis, a mulatto and a Democrat, is prosecuting Donald Trump for unlawfully trying to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election results. Trump and eighteen other persons were indicted August 14th on a total of 41 charges of racketeering and conspiracy.

Who are all these people supposedly involved in an illegal racket with Trump?

Some are people who have provided legal services to Trump, most notably of course former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Others are staffers, officials, and consultants from the Georgia election campaign. One is former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. They are all supposed to have conspired with Trump in dirty tricks to get the Georgia election result overturned.

What dirty tricks? What exactly are all these people supposed to have done? What, for example, did the White House Chief of Staff do?

Well, he called a member of Congress seeking to get the telephone number of the Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives so Trump could call him.

That’s it? Yes, that’s it. It was a ”predicate act,” defined as  ”A crime, which is composed of some of the elements of a more serious crime and which is committed for carrying out the greater crime.”

What on earth is the point of wasting Georgia taxpayers’ money on such absurdly trivial charges?

It’s not hard to figure. The point is of course to get Donald Trump in jail.

How does indicting a guy who made a phone call to ask for a phone number help with that? Let me explain.

This is basic Soviet justice. To get the big guy you scare the hell out of the little guys. No, D.A. Willis can’t pull out their fingernails; we haven’t gone that far … yet. She can, though, drag them through a lot of lengthy legal proceedings that will cost them tens of thousands of dollars in attorneys’ fees.

With eighteen names on the charge sheet with Trump, some of those eighteen will break, and sign whatever Fani Willis puts in front of them. Whatever they’ve signed will be enough for D.A. Willis to get a conviction.

Trump will get an orange jumpsuit; Fani Willis will get a speaking slot at the next Democratic Party National Convention—maybe a well-paid, well-cushioned berth in President Gavin Newsom’s Department of Justice.

Or this particular prosecution may fall apart. It doesn’t matter, there are others under way. No doubt there’ll be even more, now that Georgia’s shown the way. Sooner or later something will snag Trump, and he’ll spend the rest of his life in jail.

Our ruling class will never forgive nor forget what Trump did. He won the 2016 election against their preferred candidate. He wasn’t of their party; he hadn’t even submitted himself to them for their stamp of approval as controlled opposition. He just came in from nowhere and took the White House. This must never happen again!

Is there something about the state of Georgia, that they’re leading the charge here? It was in Georgia, I recall, that the Brunswick Three were tossed into the volcano last year, in what I have called—and still call—”the most appalling anti-white horror of recent years,” in retribution for the death by stupidity of Ahmaud Arbery.

What’s the matter with Georgia?

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