Let the flipping begin

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Jenna Ellis is now publicly slamming her Fulton County co-defendant Donald Trump, which could be a sign that she’s going to flip on him. Maybe it’ll end up happening and maybe it won’t, but it’s certainly a step in the right direction. This comes after Ellis previously complained publicly that Trump was failing to help her with her legal bills.

The point of charging RICO defendants together is to get them to turn on each other. They start to realize they’re going down for each other’s criminal acts, they start to blame each other for it, and pretty soon they’re angry enough at each other that they decide to flip before anyone else can.

In that sense it’s not a matter of if the Fulton County defendants start cutting deals against each other, but when. One thing to keep in mind is that as Jenna Ellis runs her mouth publicly like this, her co-defendants see it and start to worry that she might be about to flip, which gives them motivation to flip before she can. They call this scenario a “prisoner’s dilemma” for a reason. Let the flipping begin.

Fulton County DA Fani Willis has built a strong enough case that she doesn’t need any of these nineteen defendants to flip on each other – but it can’t hurt. Every time a defendant becomes a cooperating witness, the odds of getting convictions against the other defendants goes even higher. Bring it on.

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