Fani Willis Files Appeals after Judge Drops Charges against Trump

Fani Willis Files Appeals after Judge Drops Charges against Trump

Georgia’s Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has filed a last-ditch appeal after multiple charges against President Donald Trump were dropped.

The move from the Democrat prosecutor comes after Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee dropped multiple indictments against Trump.

Willis’s case against Trump has fallen apart and McAfee’s decision to drop multiple indictments has signaled that the 45th president has soundly crushed the Democrat district attorney.

It is only a matter of time before the entire thing is over.

This is the latest defeat for Willis who has been struggling ever since she announced her indictments against Trump and his allies.

Her case, one of several Democrat lawfare attacks against Trump, is related to allegations of election interference following the 2020 presidential election.

Willis’s indictment catapulted her to stardom among Democrats.

However, that fame quickly faded as she faced setback after setback.

Her dream of boosting her career by convicting Trump has now become increasingly unlikely.

Willis, like Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, is going to find out what reward they will receive by failing to convict Trump ahead of a crucial election.

While Willis’s case is still functionally intact, the dismissal of six indictments is a serious blow that compounds the other setbacks Willis has suffered.

The indictments concerned charges of soliciting public officers to violate their oaths.

One count stems from a phone call between Trump and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

Democrats insist the call was ironclad proof of Trump trying to steal the election in Georgia, which was a key swing state.

Now fast-forward years later and Judge McAfee has seen fit to trash that indictment alongside other high-profile charges against Trump.

Trump has steadily scored victory after victory in Georgia and Florida while facing sporadic setbacks in his New York “hush money” trial.

However, the case against Trump in New York is objectively the weakest indictment.

Due to the leftist jury pool in deep blue New York City and a judge who has a conflict of interest, it’s possible that Trump could be convicted.

Nevertheless, the biased circumstances of the trial have laid the foundations for an appeal.

Following Judge McAfee’s decision to trash the indictments against Trump, Willis filed a notice of appeal but interestingly did not articulate a reason for the appeal.

It appears Willis doesn’t have a good reason and simply filed her motion as a matter of procedure in order to keep the pressure off the rest of the indictment.

Delay has become the name of the game for both Trump and Willis.

Trump has used delay tactics to kneecap momentum against him

Willis is now hoping to stave off an inevitable victory for Trump that will boost him ahead of November’s election.