Efforts by a congressional panel in Washington D.C. to find former President Donald Trump criminally liable for overturning the 2020 presidential election appears to be stalled. And in Georgia, where Trump faces a special grand jury about pressuring state officials to “find” the needed votes to win the state in 2020, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is also having trouble putting together a criminal case.
Prominent election lawyer Jonathan Turley, a Democrat, says the Democrat DA’s grand jury investigation could “bog down on the question of Trump’s intent and knowledge in pushing election fraud claims.” The attorney notes the congressional hearing spent much of its time with Georgia witnesses in showing how they were hounded by Trump supporters and publicly mistreated by Trump. But Turley concludes “a case (has been made) against Trump personally and politically. It has not done so criminally.”
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