Posted BY: Teresa | NwoReport

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has alleged that an undisclosed individual from Washington, D.C., pressured Fani Willis, the District Attorney of Fulton County, Georgia, to expedite the indictment of former President Donald Trump by the following Monday. Gingrich’s claim, made during a conversation with Charlie Kirk, suggests that this urgency was intended to divert attention from issues surrounding David Weiss, who had been granted special counsel status in the investigation of Hunter Biden.

Gingrich’s account proposes that the mysterious call aimed to cover up perceived errors related to Weiss. A Friday evening call from Washington to Willis reportedly demanded the indictment, even if it had to be announced late into the night. The caller remained insistent despite Willis initially pushing back due to juror availability. While Gingrich acknowledges the basis of his information as hearsay, he trusts the credibility of his source. The alleged call could potentially explain the circumstances of Willis’ fatigued appearance during a late-night press conference and the subsequent leaked indictment and errors in the clerk document.

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On Monday, Georgia state prosecutors formally charged Donald Trump but swiftly removed the document from the Fulton County court’s website after a brief availability. The charges encompassed a breach of the state’s RICO Act and an alleged instance of encouraging a public official to break their oath. Willis initially labeled the document as “fictitious” and questioned the authenticity of a Reuters screenshot. However, within 24 hours, her office revised its stance. A press release attributed the document’s upload to a “trial run” by Fulton County clerk Che Alexander following media dissemination of a working document related to Trump.

Legal experts have speculated that Trump’s legal team may use the leak as grounds for requesting a mistrial. The situation raises questions about potential political influence, procedural integrity, and the transparency of the legal process. As developments unfold, attention will likely focus on how this alleged pressure and subsequent events impact the legal proceedings and public perception surrounding the indictment of a former U.S. President.