How fast is that? In my last article, I asked just how far are Democrats willing to go to hang on to power. Manchin Can’t Support The Perilous Course Democrats Want To Take On Changing The Filibuster. It didn’t take very long to answer my question.
If Democrats would work together with Republicans in the Senate as much as they are going after Former President Trump things would be able to get done. Instead as always, Democrats are not willing to work with Republicans. Things will only get crazier as the mid-term elections get closer.
Reporting from npr.org
The Georgia district attorney is investigating whether former President Donald Trump and others attempted to interfere with the 2020 election in the state has asked for a special grand jury for the probe.
In a letter, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said her office has reason to believe “that the State of Georgia’s administration of elections in 2020, including the State’s election of the President of the United States, was subject to possible criminal disruptions.”
In a letter sent to state officials and obtained by Georgia Public Broadcasting, newly elected Democratic District Attorney Fani Willis said the investigation will look into several potential violations of state law, including “the solicitation of election fraud, the making of false statements to state and local governmental bodies, conspiracy, racketeering, violation of oath of office and any involvement in violence or threats related to the election’s administration.”
I didn’t know what a special Grand Jury is. I thought a Grand Jury was just a normal Grand Jury that can indict a person. I learn something new every day. Well, I was so very very wrong.
A regular grand jury in Georgia is seated for a limited duration, one term of court — in Fulton County that’s two months. Grand jurors hear everything from felony shoplifting to murder cases and then decide whether to issue an indictment.
A special grand jury has no set term and focuses on a single topic. Unlike a regular grand jury, a special grand jury can subpoena the target of an investigation to appear before it, former Gwinnett County district attorney Danny Porter said. When the investigation is done, a special grand jury produces a report on its findings but can’t issue an indictment.
Special grand juries are used for an expansive topic that takes longer than a single term of court to investigate and often has to do with public corruption, Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia executive director Pete Skandalakis said:
“It’s usually because it’s a very labor-intensive investigation that’s going to take a while to do,” he said, adding the investigation could involve calling witnesses, poring over documents, and consulting experts. The election case would be an ideal case for a special purpose grand jury,”
This reads almost like a menu in your favorite Restaurant.
I think I’ll have the conspiracy for my appetizer, with a little racketeering sauce, followed by, a violation of oath of office for the main course. Then I will have any involvement in violence or threats related to the election’s administration.
My statement would have a little humor to it if it were not a serious threat from Democrats. They’re not just going after Former President Donald Trump, they are trying to erase his legacy.
Is this another attempt by Democrats to distract from the mid-term loss they are fixing to endure? The district attorney in Georgia requests a special grand jury to investigate election fraud allegations. Is it because the former POTUS (Donald Trump) claimed that the election was rigged, or are they just trying to race trump from history?
Whatever the case may be, Democrats are running scared, wait, the phrase running scared does no justice in what Democrats are doing, terrified suits it better. let’s keep getting the truth out. Republicans must act on the momentum they have going. and convince other Republicans to come out and vote in the mid-term elections.
God Bless America, God Bless the Veterans