The whole issue of this second impeachment just proves one thing when it comes to Donald Trump, they will try to prosecute him on anything at all.
I am pretty sure that if he drove a golf cart from his backyard to his mailbox that they would try to get him for not having insurance on the golf cart.
Face it, people, they are doing everything that they can to bring this honest man down. They know that he is in good health and can definitely run again in four years to take out Joe Biden so they are trying to keep him tied up in some kind of legal nonsense so that he can’t continue his mission to improve the United States of America.
What is happening now in Georgia just goes to prove that again.
Georgia prosecutors have launched a criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump for his efforts to challenge the state’s presidential election results, according to The New York Times.
Fulton County recently elected Democratic prosecutor, Fani Willis, sent a letter to state officials on Wednesday requesting that they preserve documents and records related to a Jan. 2 phone call between then-President Trump and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
The letter specifically said that Trump was under criminal investigation for his conduct during the call, a state official familiar with the letter told The New York Times.
Willis considered launching a criminal investigation into the former president for weeks after the full audio of Trump’s phone call with Raffensperger was leaked to the press. Former prosecutors told The New York Times what the Fulton County investigators may be looking for in the Jan. 2 phone call:
Former prosecutors said Mr. Trump’s calls might run afoul of at least three state laws. One is criminal solicitation to commit election fraud, which can be either a felony or a misdemeanor; as a felony, it is punishable by at least a year in prison. There is also a related conspiracy charge, which can be prosecuted either as a misdemeanor or a felony. A third law, a misdemeanor offense, bars “intentional interference” with another person’s “performance of election duties.”
News of the criminal investigation follows a Monday decision by Raffensperger’s office to open an administrative investigation into Trump over the phone call. The investigation was prompted by a complaint by George Washington University law professor John Banzhaf III.