(HorizonPost.com) – The day after Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis announced that Donald Trump and 18 others have been indicted on racketeering charges for their attempts to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election results, Trump announced that he would be revealing “irrefutable” evidence of election fraud in Georgia that he claimed would exonerate him, The Hill reported.
Posting to Truth Social on Tuesday, the former president said he would be presenting at a press conference at Bedminster next Monday what he described as a “large, complex, detailed, but irrefutable” report on alleged election fraud that occurred in Georgia.
Trump claimed that after he presents his so-called “CONCLUSIVE Report,” the 41-count indictment “should be dropped” and vowed that the report would lead to a “complete EXONERATION” on the charges.
Trump closed his post by claiming that Georgia never “went after” the people who allegedly “Rigged” the election and accused the state of targeting the people who tried to “find the RIGGERS.”
Trump, along with 18 other co-defendants, including Rudy Giuliani, former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, and former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark, were indicted for election fraud, racketeering, and other charges related to their attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia, CBS News reported.
Also named in the indictment are attorneys Sidney Powell, John Eastman, Kenneth Chesebro, Ray Smith, and Jenna Ellis. Several Georgia officials and individuals also face charges in the sweeping indictment.
In a press conference Monday night, District Attorney Fani Willis said that arrest warrants had been issued for all 19 defendants who have until noon on Friday, August 25 to turn themselves in.
Donald Trump is charged on 13 of the 41 counts.
All 19 defendants are charged with violating the state’s RICO Act (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations). The racketeering charge carries a 5- to 20-year sentence.
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