Democrats Consider Prosecuting More Republicans

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( – A special grand jury in Fulton County has suggested that additional figures, such as Sen. Lindsey Graham, ex-Georgia Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, and former Trump aide Michael Flynn, should face charges in connection with the investigation being conducted in Georgia, as mentioned in the panel’s recent report made public on Friday.

The document revealed that the jury proposed charges against a total of 39 individuals. However, only 19, including the former president, were ultimately indicted.

Previously in February, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney authorized a partial unveiling of the special grand jury’s findings. However, recommendations regarding potential prosecutions were not disclosed. His aim was to uphold the principle of due process.

Notably, this earlier release suggested that some witnesses might have given false testimony, urging the district attorney to consider indictments if the evidence is found strong enough.

The Trump campaign vehemently refuted these findings, emphasizing that they were in no way associated with the president’s actions, as he did nothing wrong.

Subsequently, the Fulton County District Attorney, Fani Willis, indicted Trump and 18 of his associates. The charges against Trump comprised a series of offenses, including violation of the Georgia RICO Act, criminal solicitation, criminal conspiracy, submitting false documents, and making inaccurate statements. Trump has since denied all allegations.

Among those indicted were former Trump administration members and attorneys, such as Mark Meadows, Rudy Giuliani, John Eastman, Sidney Powell, and Jenna Ellis. All of them faced at least one count related to the Georgia RICO Act.

Reacting to the report, a representative of the Trump campaign shared with Fox News Digital that they view the actions of DA Fani Willis and the special grand jury as being influenced by political motivations, suggesting they act in favor of radical Democratic views. They described the decision to indict numerous individuals, including current and past U.S. Senators, as biased, citing their rights under the First Amendment to question the integrity of the elections.

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