Video: Ex-White House Chief Summoned To Testify by Georgia District Attorney in This Investigation

The Georgia lead prosecutor investigating former President Donald Trump’s endeavors to supposedly overthrow the 2020 stolen election is requesting a grand jury testimony from Mark Meadows, Trump’s previous Chief of Staff.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is calling on Meadows to appear in court in September, expressing he’s “a necessary and material witness to the Special Purpose Grand Jury’s investigation,” as per court records documented on August 25.

Meadows is requested to affirm about pushing “voter fraud” claims following the official election results and in regards to a January 2021 call with Trump and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger about finding “11,780 votes,” per the court reports.

It comes in the form of the Jan. 6 committee group hearings, where House individuals are investigating the Capitol riot at the US Capitol as Congress is confirming the un-stolen election. In June, Cassidy Hutchinson, a previous helper to Meadows, gave a jaw-dropping declaration about Trump’s conduct connected with the raid during a House hearing.

Hutchinson’s disclosures about that day came crashing down on Trumpworld during the two-hour hearing. Among them were that Meadows told Hutchinson “things might get real, real bad” on Jan. 6, that Trump realized his allies were outfitted with weapons when they overflowed the Ellipse to go to his “Stop the Steal” rally, and that Trump said “Mike deserves it” when agitators recited “hang Mike Pence.”

Recently, previous government examiner Glenn Kirschner contended that Meadows would before long turn his back and at last “rat Trump out.”

Trump partners resigned Army colonel James Waldron and Trump lawyer Sidney Powell were likewise summoned to show up the following month. Glades, Powell, and Waldron have all been called by the House January 6 panel to share data associated with the Capitol revolt, per Insider’s Camila DeChalus and Warren Roja.

Mark Randall Meadows was born July 28, 1959, and is an American lawmaker who filled in as the 29th White House head of staff from 2020 to 2021. He is an individual from the Republican Party, and he likewise filled in as the U.S. delegate for North Carolina’s eleventh legislative area from 2013 to 2020.

During his authoritative residency, Meadows led the Freedom Caucus from 2017 to 2019. He was viewed as one of President Donald Trump’s nearest associates in Congress before his arrangement as head of staff. Meadows left Congress on March 31, 2020, to become White House head of staff. As head of staff, he assumed a persuasive part in the Trump organization’s reaction to the covid response.

He scrutinized the effectiveness of masks and criticized the White House’s own infections and disease ‘experts’ for not “staying on message” with Trump’s train of thought when it came to reacting to the infectious China China China disease.

It is funny how the media spoon feeds this stuff to people and they gobble it up and crave more. If Trump should be thrown in prison based on his ‘fraud’ then there is no reason Biden shouldn’t be in there with him along with the majority of the Democrats who like to create division among We The People.

This story syndicated with permission from Omar, Author at Trending Politics

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