It appears that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, known for her far-left leanings, might not be the most extreme player in this political drama. Recent revelations reported by The New York Post have shed light on the grand jury’s recommendations, and they are nothing short of astonishing.
The grand jury, in a 28-page report, suggested that Willis should indict an additional 21 individuals, including notable figures like South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. This list also included former Georgia Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, as well as Boris Epshteyn, Cleta Mitchell, and L. Lin Wood. Their alleged crime? Involvement in what the grand jury described as “the national effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election.”
But it doesn’t stop there; the grand jury also targeted the full slate of “alternate electors.” The voting breakdown for Graham’s potential indictment saw 13 in favor, 7 opposed, and 1 abstention. Perdue faced a vote of 17 in favor and 4 opposed, while Loeffler’s tally showed 14 in favor, 6 opposed, and 1 abstention. The votes for indicting Flynn, Wood, Mitchell, and Epshteyn were even more one-sided, with whopping 20 to 1 margins. Unfortunately, we don’t yet have the breakdown for the electors.
As the Huffington Post pointed out, it remains a mystery why Willis ultimately chose not to pursue indictments against these five individuals. This puzzling decision leaves us wondering about the factors at play in this legal saga.
As reported by Cristina Laila last month, Willis had already indicted former President Trump and 18 others on 41 charges, including RICO and conspiracy. Among the most prominent figures facing these questionable charges were Mark Meadows, Jenna Ellis, John Eastman, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Jeffrey Clark, and Mike Roman. It’s evident that Fani Willis has taken a drastic stance, essentially criminalizing the exercise of the First Amendment by those who dared to challenge the 2020 election results in Georgia. To add insult to injury, Fulton County authorities made sure to publicly humiliate them by having them pose for mugshots, as previously exposed by Laila and Jim Hoft.
Now, with the revelation of even more potential victims, it becomes increasingly difficult to hold out hope for a fair and just outcome for these individuals. The future looks uncertain, and the specter of prison time looms large over the prospects of exoneration. This is a story in progress, and we will continue to provide updates as they become available.