President Donald Trump is hitting back at Fulton County’s Democrat District Attorney Fani Willis, who is “investigating” Trump’s supposed “efforts to influence” the 2020 presidential election results.
“So let me get this straight,” Trump said in a Friday statement through his Save America PAC, “I am being investigated in Georgia for asking an Attorney General with many lawyers and others knowingly on the phone to look for corruption, which definitely took place in the Georgia Presidential election…[?]”
On Thursday, the DA requested a special purpose grand jury to investigate the “facts and circumstances” surrounding Trump’s recorded phone call to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in 2020, according to a report from Reuters. However, the investigation itself appears to be yet another political witch hunt against President Trump.
In a fiery Thursday statement, President Trump addressed the recorded phone call: “My phone call to the Secretary of State of Georgia was perfect, perhaps even more so than my call with the Ukrainian President, if that’s possible. I knew there were large numbers of people on the line, including numerous lawyers for both sides…I didn’t say anything wrong in the call, made while I was President on behalf of the United States of America, to look into the massive voter fraud which took place in Georgia.”
Despite the mountains of evidence stacking up across the country, shedding a light on staggering amounts of voter fraud and election irregularities, states like Georgia have been slow to investigate the overwhelming proof and take action to protect election integrity.
Trump, in his Friday statement, decried the fact that he is being investigated for doing nothing more than making a phone call but, “the people who committed the crime [election crimes] are in no way, shape, or form under investigation and are instead being protected?”
President Trump has been relentlessly and dogmatically attacked and investigated by radical left politicians and elected officials since he took office, and this Georgia investigation appears to be little more than another noisy attack doomed to failure.
“The people looking for the crime [election fraud],” Trump concluded, “are being hounded and the people who committed the crime are being protected. This is not the American way.”