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The DA in Georgia prosecuting President Donald Trump for his election doubts, and his statements about those has been revealed as having her own doubts about elections and making public statements about those.
Trump was booked Thursday on counts in an indictment created by Fani Willis, who is a hard-left activist who is fundraising on her agenda against Trump.
It's one of four indictments pending against Trump and has been described as possibly the most political of the four, as it appears to make criminal the act of making a phone call or having a meeting.
After the process, Trump tweeted his booking photo and the statement, "Never Surrender."
Trump said, "We had every right, every single right, to challenge an election we think was dishonest."
Now a report at the Post-Millennial has documented Willis' own agenda to undermine trust in elections.
The report explained it was Benny Johnson, who broke news on X that Willis, "is heavily partisan."
The report explained, "Johnson shared a post from Willis' Facebook page in which she was 'feeling annoyed' on November 4, 2020, election day. 'Georgia could determine who is our next president,' she wrote, 'A TEAM of lawyers needs to watch them count every single VOTE. They can start in Fulton where we are having water leaks. What ballots are they throwing out? Georgia lets (sic) give an honest accounting. No stunts!"
That was, essentially the same perspective for which Trump and 18 others now have been indicted – by Willis.
Johnson explained that "a dive" into Willis' social media confirms she is "a hardened, radical activist," and "she openly worships Joe Biden and Kamala Harris."
At one point Willis challenges the voting process, and a post showed her suggesting officials "request all ballots in Fulton County be counted again to make sure all votes counted."
She said "Other commissioners sat silent. No other commissioner seconded (sic) his motion. Ask yourself why? You all better start paying attention to what is really going on instead of 'reality TV' and pay attention to reality."
The Post-Millennial said Willis, in fact, agrees with Trump that there's a problem with Georgia voting, calling it a "mess."
Willis also has been criticized by many observers for over-using the RICO laws in the state, for organized crime, to insist that phone calls and meetings are criminal.
Other prosecutors around the country have faced discipline for that same offense.
At one point, she suggested Fulton County officials were throwing ballots out, the report explained.
Johnson noted, "Fani questioned elections for her own political gain as a hardened Democrat activist. Now she is trying to imprison the GOP frontrunner for doing the same."
A column at RedState said, "As Donald Trump was being booked and processed for a fourth time on a fourth indictment, this time in Georgia, old social media posts of DA Fani Willis emerged. What they contained provided a view into the rabid partisan nature and hypocrisy of the prosecutor now trying to put the former president behind bars.
"Specifically, multiple posts show Willis spreading conspiracy theories about Georgia's elections. She even went so far as to claim there were 'water leaks' during the 2020 election counting in Fulton County, suggesting that ballots were being thrown out. You'll probably remember that one because Republicans ended up adopting that theory as well in the aftermath of the election."
The column continued, "Think about it. While Willis lectures Trump at press conferences about daring to tarnish the supposed sanctity of Georgia's elections, she was out there talking about busted water pipes and claiming the election might be stolen from Democrats. I mean, come on. You can't script irony any better than that."