Grand jurors who will consider charges against President Trump in Georgia will be selected on Tuesday.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis recently said she will announce this summer whether she will charge Trump with crimes in the investigation into Trump’s effort to challenge Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results.
Fani Willis told the Fulton County Sheriff to prepare for increased security at the Fulton County Courthouse between July 11 and September 1.
It appears Willis is expecting the grand jury to unseal indictments against Trump in August.
According to a report by the New York Times, Willis asked judges in a downtown Atlanta courthouse not to schedule any trials for the first three weeks in August.
The grand jury will be made up of 23 grand jurors and three alternates.
The Georgia case against former President Donald Trump could take a major step forward Tuesday as the selection process is scheduled to begin for the grand jury which could consider charges against him and others.
It shouldn’t be a long, drawn-out process to pick the grand jury made up of 23 grand jurors and three alternates.
They won’t be deciding guilt or innocence, only if Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has enough evidence to move her election interference case forward and just who should face indictment.
Fani Willis is considering RICO and conspiracy charges against Trump over his efforts to challenge the 2020 election, according to a leak to CNN.
Last January Fulton County Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis requested a special grand jury in her investigation into former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn Georgia’s fraudulent 2020 election results.
Fani Willis based her investigation on President Trump’s call with Georgia officials that was later doctored and leaked to the fake news outlet Washington Post. The WaPo published a completely fraudulent text of the call. These phony charges have already been debunked by The Gateway Pundit and others.
Again — Willis and her handlers are investigating a now-infamous call between former President Trump and Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger, in which Trump pressured the Georgia SOS to uncover what he insisted
Source: The Gateway Pundit