Fulton County Grand Jury Takes Aim at Trump: What Could Happen Next?

Democrats haven’t given up on former president Donald Trump yet. The Justice Department just issued the latest in a series of politically-motivated indictments against the Orange Man. It is the goal to convict him for crimes related to contesting the results of the 2020 Presidential Election.

According to reports, Fulton County in Georgia is preparing to launch a smear campaign against the former President.

A Fulton County Grand Jury is expected to begin hearing a case this month against former President Donald Trump and other individuals for possible criminal election meddling.

FOX 5 spoke with Fulton County district attorney Fani Willis, who is leading the investigation.

She said, “We are ready.”

Willis refused to comment on the progress of her investigation, which lasted two and a half years. She was investigating Trump and his cronies for criminal interference in the 2020 elections. She said that despite Trump being charged in Washington D.C., she is focusing on Fulton County.

Willis stated, “We are concentrating on Georgia and the things that impact Georgia.”

The Fulton County Grand Jury, which will decide whether or not to indict the former president for alleged election meddling and other crimes has already been seated. An indictment could be announced at any moment.

The indictment “could come at any time,” but it’s expected that Trump will face charges this month. In anticipation of an indictment, the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office is increasing security around the courthouse and closing the streets. The facilities will be open to foot traffic but there will be no public parking.

You might expect that Democrats and their closest friends and allies within the elite media would be quite excited about the prospect of another Trump indictment. They will also be eagerly awaiting the former president’s mugshot. Sheriff Labat already confirmed that it will be taken if an indictment is made. In his previous indictments he did not have a mugshot, so those who are eager to see him fall will be delighted.

Willis, the District Attorney in Washington State, has conducted a criminal probe into Trump’s alleged interference with the 2020 elections. She also investigated the former president’s associates. These crimes include soliciting to commit fraud in elections, interfering with election duties intentionally, making false claims, and anything else that her office can think of.

Both sides of the political spectrum believe that this impending legal issue could bring down Trump. Alvin Bragg, Manhattan’s District Attorney, has brought a case against Trump in the Stormy Daniels case. It is as weak as a wet towel during a Florida hurricane. The case against Trump for allegedly mishandling classified documents is stronger.

It is not crazy to think that the Fulton County case against the former President could be the most serious. If the state is able to convict Trump on any of these charges, it could be devastating for Trump. This is the case I think has the greatest chance of landing Trump behind bars.

It is worth noting, however, that some people, such as legal scholar Alan Dershowitz have suggested that the case brought by Fulton County against the former President might not be as strong at first glance.

It’s also worth wondering if the move by Fulton County against Trump is the last line of attack in weaponizing the court system against the former President. There are no surprises in this case, as it was planned since 2020. This does not mean that there will be no other attempts to use the government against Trump in the future. Will Trump be able to withstand the inevitable storm of legal action?