After witnessing how Donald Trump was credited with 13 other charges for his attempt to nullify the 2020 election in Georgia, Hillary Clinton admitted that this is a “terrible time” for the United States.
During a special appearance on the television channel MSNBC, The former Secretary of State acknowledged feeling sad to see how a president faces justice for attacking democracy.
“Deep sadness that we have a former president who has been accused of so many charges who went straight to the heart of whether or not our democracy would survive.
He set out to defraud the United States of America and the citizens of our nation,” he said.
The nation’s former first lady too stressed that no one should be satisfied by the legal situation that awaits Trumpbecause it is an affront to the nation.
“I would wait to see what the accusations themselves say. I don’t know if anyone should be satisfied. This is a terrible time for our country to have a former president accused of these terribly important crimes,” he said.
The accusation prepared by District Attorney Fani Willis stems from an investigation that involved more than two years of gathering evidence, which are concentrated in a hundred pages that summarize acts carried out by Donald Trump or his allies to allegedly reverse his defeat in the 2020 elections in Georgia.
In fact, the documents include an alleged plea to the Georgia Republican secretary of state to find the necessary votes to accredit Trump the winner in the entity.
In addition, he becomes aware of a state poll worker who was harassed for facing false allegations of fraud and the most serious has to do with trying to persuade Georgia legislators to ignore the will of the voters to the extreme of naming a new list of college voters favorable to the 77-year-old New Yorker.
In this sense, prosecutor Willis gave the defendants until August 25 to turn themselves in to plead guiltysince he plans to start the trial against him in February of the following year.
“The indictment alleges that instead of abiding by Georgia’s legal process for election challenges, the defendants engaged in an organized crime enterprise to overturn the result of the Georgia presidential election,” the magistrate said in a conference.
Source: La Opinion