Now Trump May Face Racketeering Charges In Another State Says Report

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There are several reports that Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney Fani Willis is preparing to charge former President Trump with racketeering charges in August of 2023.

In a leak to the Guardian, someone familiar with the case told them that the racketeering statute in Georgia is “more expansive than its federal counterpart.”

From the Guardian:

The specific evidence was not clear, though the charge regarding influencing witnesses could include Trump’s conversations with Georgia’s secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, in which he asked Raffensperger to “find” 11,780 votes, the people said – and thereby implicate Trump.

For the computer trespass charge, where prosecutors would have to show that defendants used a computer or network without authority to interfere with a program or data, that would include the breach of voting machines in Coffee County, the two people said.

The criminalizing of Trump supporters is continuing from Michigan to Georgia. It would appear that the Soros-funded DA will also attempt to charge his supporters with similar charges.

More from the Guardian:

The racketeering statute would allow prosecutors to also charge what the Trump operatives did there by showing it was all aimed towards the goal of corruptly keeping Trump in office.

You can see where this is going in areas where Democrat politicians can get away with it.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, a Democrat, announced that 16 Trump supporters would face eight criminal charges, including forgery and conspiracy to commit election forgery. The top charges carry a maximum penalty of 14 years in prison.

In 2020, Nessel charged 77-year-old Karl Manke a barber, for providing haircuts during a stay-at-home order.

The initial order imposed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer forbade Michiganders from purchasing seeds, soils, plants, and other gardening supplies during a time when supply chain shortages were an issue.

However, the purchase of liquor and lottery tickets was fine. 

Whitmer reversed the ban after backlash on April 24, 2020.