Donald Trump surely has to be getting used to it by now; the constant chatter of investigations and probes against him, his family, and his business.
This has long been the case, however, and Trump almost seems to wear the cultural crosshairs with a sense of pride. He is Teflon Don after all, with none of these would-be usurpers having found anything that seems to want to stick.
In Georgia, Trump is now facing a probe into whether or not a phone call that he had with election officials was appropriate or even legal, and the former President does not appear thrilled about the prospect of a grand jury convening this week.
“The young, ambitious, Radical Left Democrat ‘Prosecutor’ from Georgia, who is presiding over one of the most Crime Ridden and Corrupt places in the USA, Fulton County, has put together a Grand Jury to investigate an absolutely ‘PERFECT’ phone call to the Secretary of State,” Trump wrote on social media platform Truth Social.
“Many lawyers, from both sides, were knowingly on the call. I also assumed it was taped. I called to fight a Rigged & Stolen Election, and they go after me instead of the people that Rigged and Stole it. God Bless America!”
That wasn’t all:
Trump went on to claim that violent crimes are “just about at an all time high” in Fulton County but Willis is spending “VAST amounts of time, energy, and money going after me for making a PERFECT phone call, instead of the criminals that are systematically destroying our Nation.
“Even The Washington Post was forced to do a major retraction on this ever continuing Witch Hunt!” Trump added in an apparent reference to a correction given by The Postin March 2021 which falsely claimed the former president told Georgia’s lead elections investigator, Frances Watson, that she could become a “national hero,” if she could “find the fraud” in the state’s 2020 election results. In its correction, The Post reported that he instead told her that she would find “dishonesty” if she probed the ballots and that she had “the most important job in the country right now.”
During the election of 2020, Georgia voted blue for the first time since the 1990’s.