Trump Allies Snared by Peach State Subpoenas

As our nation creeps ever further toward the 2022 midterm elections, (and the nigh-inevitable “red wave” that will be cresting over the horizon with it), the inevitability of their plight has the Democrats looking ahead to 2024.

They know that, barring some sort of miraculous transformation in the West Wing, their incumbent Commander in Chief just isn’t going to cut it when it comes time for reelection.  The only problem is that he has been hellbent on getting back out on the campaign trail.

And so that is why every effort under the sun is being made to hamper the likely Republican candidate Donald Trump’s chances at the White House, mostly through a number of investigations aimed at dredging up whatever dirt they can – even if that dirt has nothing at all to do with their stated mission.

In New York City, the tactic came out into the light in a major way this week.

A Fulton County grand jury has issued a slew of subpoenas to seven people, including Rudy Giuliani, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and conservative lawyer John Eastman, as part of an investigation surrounding former President Trump.

There was a whole lot more where that came from, too.

In addition to Giuliani, Graham and Eastman, who helped develop the legal case for overturning the 2020 election, podcast host Jacki Pick Deason and campaign legal advisers Kenneth Chesebro, Jenna Ellis and Cleta Mitchell also received subpoenas.

Included in the argument of at least one subpoena is mention of an unverified conspiracy theory about a slate of “phony” electors, and this is a fact that plays right to the point about the left’s polarizing conjecture.