Judge Dismisses Six Charges Against Trump

Former President Donald Trump recorded another legal victory this week when a judge dismissed six charges brought forward by embattled Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

On Wednesday, Judge Scott McAfee issued a favorable ruling for Trump and five co-defendants, ruling the charges did “not detail the exact term of the oaths that are alleged to have been violated.”

MSN reported that the judge reprimanded Willis, saying, “The Court’s concern is less that the State has failed to allege sufficient conduct of the Defendants — in fact it has alleged an abundance. However, the lack of detail concerning an essential legal element is, in the undersigned’s opinion, fatal.”

Three of the dismissed charges pertain specifically to Trump. Notably, other charges in the 41-count indictment remain active.

The ruling comes one day after Trump secured enough delegates to become the presumptive GOP presidential nominee.

Trump’s attorney, Christina Bobb, stated in an interview with Real America’s Voice (RAV) that she “hopes” the judge will dismiss all charges when he rules “on a massive ethical violation on the part of Fani Willis and her lover, Nathan Wade” — however, the judge has since ruled that Willis will be allowed to continue her case as long as Wade resigns from her team.

RAV profiled Bobb’s assessment of recent happenings in a video post, where she argued that the judge should dismiss the case due to a “very serious conflict of interest.”

She went on to note that, because conflict of interest issues were “not disclosed prior to the grand jury coming up with its indictment,” all charges “need to be thrown out.”

Those favoring Trump’s prosecution point to a January 2021 phone call between Trump and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, which some allege constitutes election interference.

During the phone call, Trump reportedly expressed frustration with the 2020 election and questioned the validity of vote tallies as late-night counting saw President Joe Biden come from behind to win the state.

During the call, Trump told Raffensperger to “find” the votes to put him back in the winner’s circle. The former president maintains he was referring to the votes he believed were improperly or not counted.

A growing number are of the opinion that Raffensperger’s secret recording of that phone call and subsequently leaking it to the Washington Post constitutes illegal activity.

Many await, with great expectation, the court’s ruling later this week on Trump’s legal team’s motion to dismiss charges.