Georgia prosecutors claim to have texts, emails linking Trump’s legal team to voting system breach

Unnamed sources have leaked to CNN that Georgia prosecutors allegedly have gotten their leftist paws on so-called texts and emails that implicate members of former President Trump’s legal team.

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The evidence purportedly ties Trump’s legal team members to the January 2021 voting system breach in Coffee County, according to CNN.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis could file charges against Trump as early as Monday along with more than a dozen individuals connected to him.

“Investigators in the Georgia criminal probe have long suspected the breach was not an organic effort sprung from sympathetic Trump supporters in rural and heavily Republican Coffee County – a county Trump won by nearly 70% of the vote. They have gathered evidence indicating it was a top-down push by Trump’s team to access sensitive voting software, according to people familiar with the situation,” CNN reported.

“Trump allies attempted to access voting systems after the 2020 election as part of the broader push to produce evidence that could back up the former president’s baseless claims of widespread fraud,” the leftist media outlet continued.

A year ago, Willis and her investigators started focusing on the voting system breach in Coffee County. They have slowly been building that case and now claim that new evidence has been uncovered concerning the role of Trump’s attorneys, the operatives they hired, and how the breach, as well as others like it in other key states, factored into broader plans for overturning the election. There has still been no definitive proof this is true.

“Together, the text messages and other court documents show how Trump lawyers and a group of hired operatives sought to access Coffee County’s voting systems in the days before January 6, 2021, as the former president’s allies continued a desperate hunt for any evidence of widespread fraud they could use to delay certification of Joe Biden’s electoral victory,” CNN charged in its report.

The media outlet is claiming that it has obtained text messages that allegedly show “six days before pro-Trump operatives gained unauthorized access to voting systems, the local elections official who allegedly helped facilitate the breach sent a ‘written invitation’ to attorneys working for Trump.”

Investigators have been zeroing in on Misty Hampton, a former Coffee County elections official who wrote the invitation referenced in text messages and other documents, according to multiple sources who spoke with CNN. All unnamed, of course.

Trump’s former attorney Rudy Giuliani is being scrutinized for his alleged involvement as well as former Trump attorney Sidney Powell.

CNN asserts that the text messages show that the invitation was shared with attorneys and an investigator working with Giuliani at the time.

“On January 1, 2021 – days ahead of the January 7 voting systems breach – Katherine Friess – an attorney working with Giuliani, Sidney Powell, and other Trump allies shared a ‘written invitation’ to examine voting systems in Coffee County with a group of Trump allies,” CNN further reported.

The group reportedly included members of Sullivan Strickler, a firm hired by Trump’s attorneys to examine voting systems in the county.

“That same day, Friess sent a ‘Letter of invitation to Coffee County, Georgia’ to former NYPD Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik, who was working with Giuliani to find evidence that would back up their baseless claims of potential widespread voter fraud, according to court documents filed as part of an ongoing civil case,” CNN contended.

“Friess then notified operatives who carried out the Coffee County breach and others working directly with Giuliani that Trump’s team had secured written permission, the texts show,” the media outlet charged.

“Rudy Giuliani had nothing to do with this,” Robert Costello, Giuliani’s attorney, stated according to CNN. “You can’t attach Rudy Giuliani to Sidney Powell’s crackpot idea.”

One of the employees at the firm also sent an alleged text to a group chat with colleagues, “Most immediately, we were just granted access – by written invitation! – to Coffee County’s systems. Yay!”

Fulton County Courthouse has ramped up security as District Attorney Fani Willis is expected to announce a possible grand jury indictment in her investigation into the former president.


On Saturday, Trump vowed he’d never “take a plea deal” as Georgia prosecutors prepare to go before a grand jury with their investigation into election interference by the former president and his supporters.

We did nothing wrong. We don’t ever take a plea deal. We don’t take plea deals. It’s a wise guy question,” Trump told a reporter in Iowa. “We don’t take plea deals because we did nothing wrong. It’s called election interference.”

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