The Bad News For Trump, Meadows, And Giuliani In Georgia Is Good News For Democracy
The fact that a majority of Trump's fake electors in Georgia took immunity deals is bad for coup plotters, but good for democracy.
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Georgia Prosecutors Are Putting Together An Inside Look At An Attempted Coup
In order for Donald Trump and his associates to avoid criminal charges in Georgia, they needed all of the members of the scheme to stick together. Instead, as soon a hint of legal jeopardy was felt, the majority of Trump’s Georgia fake electors lined up to take an immunity deal.
Ms. Debrow’s new filing also revealed that eight of her clients had been offered immunity deals and that all of them had accepted. At least one additional elector who is not represented by Ms. Debrow also has a deal in place, according to people with knowledge of the investigation who spoke on the condition of anonymity as the investigation is ongoing.
Ms. Debrow said in her filing that two clients had not been offered immunity deals and now had new lawyers, though she did not name the clients. A recent filing from…
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