Trump On Verge Of Huge Victory

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Former President Donald Trump may be on the verge of securing one of his biggest legal wins yet. Earlier in the week, a judge supervising the criminal case against him in Georiga tossed out several charges against him. 

Now, the entire case may be thrown out if it is not significantly delayed.

Fox News explained that the case in Georgia is on the ropes and has some liberals at MSNBC worried.

Federal criminal defense attorney Caroline Polisi said on Wednesday Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis’ prosecution of former President Trump could be the “death knell” if she is removed from the case.

While speaking to MSNBC anchor Ana Cabrera, the attorney acknowledged that the case would still be ongoing if Willis was disqualified from it by Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee because of her alleged affair with Nathan Wade, a prosecutor she hired for the case. However, she predicted that it could lose all momentum once it was reassigned to another governing body.

Polisi made the claim as Willis’ Georgia election interference case was hit by another string of setbacks, with McAfee throwing out six counts against Trump. 

Legal expert Jonathan Turley recently noted that it looks like the case against Trump will almost certainly be delayed past the election. 

The Daily Caller noted, “Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee dismissed six counts of the indictment Willis secured against Trump and other defendants in August over the former president’s efforts to contest the results of the 2020 election in Georgia. Turley called the ruling ‘very significant’ while speaking to ‘America’s Newsroom’ co-hosts Dana Perino and Bill Hemmer.

‘This is a very significant ruling in one respect and that is the six counts include counts related to the January 2, 2021, call that Trump had with Georgia officials,’ Turley said. ‘And that call has produced a great deal of debate among many of us as to what the president meant and whether it is a viable basis for a criminal charge.’

‘What the court is saying is that in putting together this indictment, you went ahead and stated the crimes but you really didn’t explain in detail how Trump committed those crimes or these other defendants and the court is saying when you – in doing that you didn’t give them notice for them to be able to put on a defense,'” Turley explained.

The case against Trump revolves around allegations that the president insisted that Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger “locate 11,780 votes,” according to leaked audio of a phone conversation obtained by The Washington Post. 

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