It was in the trash bin?

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Anyone who thought that the Secretary of State and officials in Georgia were altruistic and out for the best of the country in January 2021, when it came to the infamous phone call by Donald J. Trump, will soon come to realize that the GOP nationwide is rotten to the core. Look around the country, for example, and see the efforts afoot to ensure that democracy does not come out the winner. That includes Georgia.

Now, it turns out, an investigator who had a call with Trump had put the recording into a trash folder, according to CNN. CNN reported: “State officials had previously told CNN that they did not think that audio of the December call from Trump to Watson existed.”

However, it turns out that there is a tape of a December call, one that the investigator Frances Watson taped for posterity. The call recording was “in a trash folder on her device.” Watson said she felt no pressure from Trump during the December call, but it must be released so that everyone can better understand the efforts that Trump pursued. In the January call that was released, Trump definitely was pressuring the state to find votes.

And the report of the December call suggests it was not as innocuous a call as Watson suggests, stating: “Trump in the December call had encouraged Watson to look to uncover ‘dishonesty’ in her signature checks for absentee ballots in Fulton County, the most populous county in state and the one that houses most of Atlanta.”

   

Sure sounds like some pressure exerted and expectations met. The investigator must be investigated and answer why the recording was not revealed and was in the trash bin. Something in Georgia is rotten to the core.

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