Fulton County DA Reveals Trump Lawyers’ Role in Voting System Breach

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(TruthAndLiberty.com) – Fani Willis, the Fulton County District Attorney who is responsible for investigating former President Donald Trump’s attempts to overturn the state election has in her hands text messages and communications that link members of Trump’s former legal team to a breach in the state’s voting systems on Jan. 7, 2021.

The messages are central to the case presentation before a grand jury of the election fraud case. Trump, who is the primary target in this case, has already been indicted three times this year.

According to a CNN report, one of the text messages that came from the law firm’s Sullivan Strickler group chat noted that they had just landed in DC and were given immediate access to “Coffee County’s systems.” The law firm was brought on by Trump’s legal team to look into the voting systems in Georgia, which is a predominantly Republican County. In the message, Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s former lawyer, is referred to as “the Mayor.”

Other documents and texts showed that the team had been looking to gain access to the voting systems in the county from as early as mid-December. The letter of invitation mentioned in the text was allegedly given by former Coffee County election official Misty Hampton, who had previously incorrectly alleged that it was very easy to change the votes from one candidate to another using the Dominion voting system.

Trump had won the county by 70 percent. In an attempt to delay the certification of the electoral votes, Hampton had refused to recount the election results within the deadline given.

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