Bad news for Donald Trump and seventeen of his criminal co-conspirators in Georgia

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The Georgia investigation into election fraud appears to be heating up. Fani Willis, the District Attorney in charge of the investigation, has come out and announced her office found “credible allegations that serious crimes have been committed.”

Uh-oh. This is bad news for Team Trump. In fact, all the team has received lately has been bad news. “The allegations are very serious,” Willis told the Washington Post. “If indicted and convicted, people are facing prison sentences.”

She also said a decision on asking Donald Trump to testify will likely be made “late this fall.” You know what this means don’t you? People will likely be indicted in the Georgia probe. Will Donald Trump be one of them? I can’t say for sure, but I’d be shocked if he were not.

It will likely be more than one person. This lady ain’t playing. On the contrary, she is deadly serious. I am going to make another prediction. I am guessing that after the first indictment against Trump — a second one will follow shortly after.

   

I think this will all be part of a “snowball effect.” These investigations will converge all at the same time. This is merely my opinion, of course. But it’s what I believe. The Georgia investigation has been quite serious from the beginning. And right now, it’s a race to see who indicts first — and when. One thing is certain. The drama is only beginning to unfold.

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