Fani Willis played an integral role in Democrats weaponizing the justice system against Donald Trump.
But enlisting Willis in this scheme blew up in the Democrats’ faces.
And Fani Willis’ heart stopped when she realized she committed this huge blunder.
Trump lawyer Ken Chesebro became the third co-defendant to plead guilty in Fani Willis‘ racketeering case against Donald Trump and his associates for contesting the outcome of the 2020 election.
Media analysts instantly pronounced that this was bad news for Donald Trump due to the fact that part of Chesebro’s plea deal was a requirement that he testify at future trials, namely the kangaroo court Willis planned to stage for Donald Trump.
But then a funny thing happened.
Chesebro lawyer Scott Grubman appeared on CNN and blew up the Democrats’ talking points.
Host Abby Phillip pressed Grubman on the plea by asking him if his client was ready to implicate Donald Trump.
Grubman claimed the premise of the question wasn’t rooted in reality.
“I am going to respectfully disagree with you on one thing. I don’t think he implicated anyone but himself,” Grubman stated.
Grubman then explained that, like Trump lawyer Sidney Powell and bail bondsman Scott Hall, Chesebro didn’t plead guilty to the RICO charge at the heart of Willis’ indictment.
“And I just want to point out two important facts that I think will get exactly to your question. Not only did he avoid jail time, but this is the most important. He did not plead guilty to the RICO charge. Mr. Chesebro pled guilty and I printed it out to make sure I had the exact words. Conspiracy to commit filing of false documents. The RICO charge was dismissed,” Grubman continued.
When Phillip asked about Chesebro testifying at trial against Trump, Grubman questioned the utility of calling him, telling Phillip that he wouldn’t have anything useful for the prosecution to present before a jury.
“I personally do not see his testimony being helpful for the state,” Grubman added.
Phillip wanted to know who Chesebro would say was the “architect” of the plan to submit alternate electors – whom the media and Democrats deemed “fake” – to the state.
Grubman again disputed the premise of the question.
He said Chesebro doesn’t believe there was a so-called “fake electors” plot and that there was no architect who decided to file the slate of alternate electors, a necessary step to keeping Donald Trump’s legal challenges alive.
The lawyer also pointed out that the so-called “fake electors” plot was part of the RICO indictment, which Willis dismissed against Chesebro.
Grubman also stated that if Willis actually had evidence in her RICO case of a fake electors plot, then Chesebro, like Powell and Hall, wouldn’t have pled guilty to an unrelated charge that carried no prison sentence.
“Chesebro doesn’t think there was a fake electors plan and Abby, please again, I know I’m repeating myself, but the fake electors plot was part of the RICO conspiracy and Fani Willis dismissed the RICO charge. And the charge that he pleaded to has nothing to do with being the architect of the fake electors plot,” Grubman concluded.
Willis’ case imploded right there live on CNN.
Willis can’t induce co-defendants to plead guilty to her RICO charges about overturning the election because the indictment has no actual basis in facts or laws.
It’s just simply a case of a Democrat prosecutor criminalizing political activity by Republicans.