This RINO Traitor just sold out Donald Trump to Fani Willis
Fani Willis’ witch hunt against Donald Trump fell under a cloud of scandal.
But that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have any tricks up her sleeve.
And this RINO Traitor just sold out Donald Trump to Fani Willis.
According to the new book Find Me the Votes: A Hard-Charging Georgia Prosecutor, a Rogue President, and the Plot to Steal an American Election by reporters Michael Isikoff and Daniel Klaidman, RINO Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) – who claims to be a big Trump supporter – disparaged former President Donald Trump’s character before Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ grand jury.
Graham claimed Trump cheated at golf and was a gullible rube.
“After fighting a four-month legal battle all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court to block his grand jury subpoena — and losing — South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham turned on a dime ‘and threw Trump under the bus,’ according to a source familiar with his testimony. According to secret grand jury testimony in Fulton County confirmed by the authors, Graham testified that if you told Trump ‘That Martians came and stole the election, he’d probably believe you,’” POLITICO reported.
Graham testified after Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger claimed Graham called him after the 2020 Election and asked him to throw out votes.
Graham said all he wanted to do was understand how Georgia’s signature verification process worked.
After Graham testified, a bizarre scene unfolded where he attempted to hug a confused Willis,
“He also suggested to the grand jurors that Trump cheated at golf. After Graham was finished testifying, he bumped into FANI WILLIS in a hallway and thanked her for the opportunity to tell his story. ‘That was so cathartic,’ he told Willis. ‘I feel so much better.’ Then, to the astonishment of one source who witnessed the scene, South Carolina’s senior senator hugged the Fulton County DA who was aggressively pursuing Trump. Willis’s reaction: ‘She was like “whatever, dude,”’ according to one witness of the strange encounter,” POLITICO also reported.
Willis is now facing allegations of conflict of interest and misuse of public funds after Trump co-defendant Mark Roman filed a motion in court charging her with hiring her alleged lover as special prosecutor on the case and then benefiting from funds paid to her alleged paramour being used to take the couple on multiple high-end vacations.