Trump Makes Massive Announcement On Georgia Case, Says He Will Not Take Plea Deal


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Former President Donald Trump has sent shockwaves as he announced his intentions for the predicted indictment he is set to face in Georgia.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is set to present her case to a grand jury next week, but the former president is letting her know what he will not do, Mediaite reported.

“Is there any chance you take a plea deal in Georgia?” a reporter said to the former president.

“We did nothing wrong. We don’t ever take a plea deal. We don’t take plea deals. It’s a wise guy question. You’re just a wise guy,” the former president said.

“We don’t take plea deals because I did nothing wrong. It’s called election interference,” he said.


“Because these indictments are going out by Biden. Who can’t even put two sentences together. This is Joe Biden. Because he can’t win the election by himself. He can’t win the election based on votes. So what they did is they got the attorney general to do it. And then you see how stupid they acted yesterday with the appointment of the special counsel. They call it special counsel. And what a crazy thing that was. And it’s being laughed at all over the world,” he said.

“The fact is that we have a country that’s in serious trouble. We have a country that’s in major decline. I don’t mean decline, I mean major decline. And we’re going to straighten it out. This group and a lot of people just like this group. We’re going to straighten it out, and we’re going to make America great again. Wise guy,” he said.

A Georgia Sherrif is prepared to give many Democrats and Republicans who are opposed to former President Donald Trump the thing they have not gotten from Alvin Bragg or Jack Smith.

Many people who are detractors of the former president have been clamoring to see his mugshot and now they may get it,

Fulton County, Georgia Sheriff Pat Labat said that if the former president is indicted in his jurisdiction a mugshot would be taken, as he smiled several times.

On Tuesday a reporter asked him if a mugshot would be taken of Trump, prompting a smile from the sheriff prior to his answer.

“Unless someone tells me differently, we are following … our normal practices, so it doesn’t matter your status, we have a mug shot ready for you,” he said.

“If an indictment came today, we would be ready. We look forward to an opportunity to show the world that we are ready,” he said.

It sounds like the sheriff is hyped to be able to stick it to the former president, but the district attorney in the case may have her own issues.

CNN legal analyst Elie Honig had given some devastating news to the prosecutor who, it appears, intends to charge former President Donald Trump with possible racketeering in Georgia.


On Friday the legal analyst gave his opinion during a segment on CNN in which he said District Attorney Fani Willis has intermixed her own politics with the case against Trump and it could see her removed from the case.

“Willis has a really impressive and distinguished history as a prosecutor. She has prosecuted all sorts of cases. She has done, by and large, a very good job.” He said before criticizing her.

“But I have to point out she has intermixed her own political fortunes with this case in a way that I think is going to backfire because significantly against her,” the analyst said.

“First of all, she’s already been thrown off a piece of this case because she’s subpoenaed. Hosted a fundraiser for his Democratic opponent. The judge threw off that part of the case and said, quote, What were you thinking? Second of all, she’s used her own subpoenas in this case,” he said.

“She’s subpoenaed Lindsey Graham. Then she recirculated a cartoon, a political cartoon, making fun of Lindsey Graham as part of a political fundraising effort. She’s also made inappropriate public statements giving her opinion that this is a criminal case when the grand jury has not voted on yet on that yet she gave her opinion about Donald Trump’s criminal state of mind. All of this is bad form by a prosecutor. She absolutely does know better. And it’s going to be a problem for her when this case comes to fruition,” the analyst said.

“Legally, here is what happens. She’s already been removed from a piece of the case because of a political conflict of interest that she created. And when this goes into the courts, count on Donald Trump arguing that she is improperly mixed her own politics in there and needs to be removed from the case. I know that’s been rejected, but that’s only because it was prematurely made once the case is brought. They will argue that she has a conflict of interest and they’ll argue for prosecutorial misconduct and selective prosecution. I don’t know if those arguments will succeed, but she’s created this problems for herself,” he said.

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