Trump Gets Big News

(Patriot.Buzz) – In huge news regarding the unashamed Democratic-led witch hunt targeting him, the Georgia Court of Appeals has temporarily suspended former President Donald Trump’s trial.

The court is also reviewing a challenge to disqualify Democrat Fani Willis, the Fulton County District Attorney overseeing the case.

This legal move comes after it was revealed that Willis maintained a romantic relationship with her appointed special prosecutor, which Trump’s defense argues compromises her ability to prosecute the case fairly.

Trump’s team appealed a decision by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee who had rejected a motion to disqualify Willis based on these claims.

As a result of this appeal, a three-judge panel was formed to handle the case, with a scheduled hearing in October and officially pausing all proceedings.

This pause effectively delays any potential trial involving the former president on charges linked to election interference and racketeering in Georgia until after the upcoming November election.

Constitutional law professor Anthony Michael Kreis lamented the delay, stating, “The history books will look back on what the country lost by not having a televised trial before November 2024 and historians will wonder what Fani Wills was thinking. And they’ll just scratch their heads.”

Trump and a dozen associates face charges under Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act—commonly known as Rico—from alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia.

The controversy deepened in January when it was revealed that Willis had a romantic relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade. This led to intense scrutiny and courtroom arguments over Willis’s potential conflicts of interest.

After her actions were put in the spotlight, Willis spoke at a historically Black church in Atlanta to say the issue was an act of racism.

Trump’s lawyers have referred to this speech as the “church speech” and cited it as an instance of “forensic misconduct,” a term used in Georgia law to describe actions by a prosecutor that calls for disqualification.

Despite the controversy, Judge McAfee’s ruling criticized Willis but let the case proceed only if either Wade or Willis stepped down. Wade resigned shortly after the decision.

The appeal hinges on allegations that Willis was not truthful about her relationship during her testimony, which Trump’s lawyers argue should disqualify her from the case due to created improprieties.

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