Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport

President Donald Trump is responding to his recent indictment by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis with a firm asserting his innocence. He vowed to present an “irrefutable” report on alleged election fraud in the 2020 Georgia presidential election. Trump, via the social media platform Truth Social, announced his intention to unveil the comprehensive report during a major news conference scheduled for the following week.

Trump contends that the forthcoming report will conclusively prove that the election was rigged, and he anticipates that based on its findings, all charges against him and others involved should be dropped. He criticized focusing on those who raised concerns about election integrity while not pursuing those responsible for any potential rigging. Legal experts such as constitutional lawyer Robert Barnes and former chief counsel for Senate Judiciary Committee nominations, Mike Davis, supported Trump’s stance. They questioned the indictment’s validity and suggested potential collusion between the district attorney and federal officials linked to President Biden.

The indictment against Trump raises concerns over its treatment of constitutionally protected rights related to contesting elections. It highlights several alleged “acts” in furtherance of a conspiracy to contest elections, including suspicions about handling ballots at State Farm Arena on election night. Notably, factual discrepancies surround the events that took place at the arena.

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While Trump’s campaign claimed that poll watchers were prevented from overseeing the ballot counting, video evidence suggests otherwise. Journalist Mollie Hemingway pointed out that poll watchers were sent home, contradicting claims made by election officials. The video footage showed election workers continuing to process ballots after the poll watchers had left. The indictment’s timing and the prosecutor’s political affiliations also come into question.

Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis has been politically active, contributing to the Georgia Democratic Party and Democratic candidates. Additionally, she was disqualified from pursuing a case against a Trump ally due to a conflict of interest stemming from her involvement in a political fundraiser. Georgia has taken steps to address potential prosecutorial misconduct, with Governor Brian Kemp approving a bill establishing a commission to oversee and discipline prosecutors. The commission’s operations commenced on July 1, with the authority to investigate cases of abuse and interference.

In conclusion, former President Trump is vehemently countering his indictment, asserting that an upcoming “irrefutable” report on alleged election fraud will clear him and others of charges. Legal experts and discrepancies in the indictment’s claims raise concerns about its validity and potential political bias. The case also underscores broader issues related to prosecutorial conduct and election integrity. Georgia’s newly established commission aims to address such concerns moving forward.