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In New York on Monday, a "serial perjurer," not my words, but the words of a judge, took the stand as Alvin Bragg's star witness against Donald Trump in what may be the greatest travesty of justice in the history of American jurisprudence. At the same time, the Supreme Court is considering whether a former president, as well as the current leading candidate for the presidency, should be immune from prosecution by his political opponents for simply questioning a questionable election. If "the Supremes" decide against immunity, then, our representative republic will slip into a banana republic, in which the winners of questionable elections, which can no longer be questioned, will imprison all their defeated political rivals. In addition to these two travesties of justice, we're also learning that Democrat's Special Counsel Jack Smith, who was once overturned unanimously by the Supreme Court for his improper prosecution, or should we say political persecution, of a Republican governor, has not only been unlawfully appointed to prosecute Donald Trump, but has also tampered with evidence and lied about it to the court. Another unbelievable bombshell revelation that has come out in Smith's prosecution of Trump is the fact that government ceased documents from Mar-a-Logo were actually shipped by the government to Trump's Palm Beach home shortly before the government raided Trump's home to seize them. 

On top of all of the above, unbelievable news is suddenly surfacing from Georgia, where disgraced Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is embroiled in more scandals than you can shake a stink at. For instance, Willis hired her former lover, Nathan Wade, to be her chief prosecutor of Donald Trump, for Trump's alleged crime of questioning Fulton County's 2020 presidential election. However, it's turning out that questioning this questionable election in Fulton County was no crime, but that the election itself might have been both criminal and fraudulent. For instance, consider the following. 


1. According to Mark Wingate, a member of the Fulton County Elections Board, the active voter roll of Fulton County in 2020, far exceeded the actual voting age population of all of Fulton County. 


2. In light of this, Wingate requested Fulton County’s chain of custody documentation, which shows how Fulton County received, stored, and counted mail-in ballots. Wingate’s request, however, was never granted. 


3. Despite its request for surveillance tape footage from Fulton County’s multiple drop box locations, Fulton County’s Board of Elections never received a single inch of footage from a single surveillance camera. 


4. The software program acquired by Fulton County for automatic signature verification on all absentee ballots never worked. Consequently, no signature verification was ever done, in spite of it being required by Georgia state law. 


5. Mark Wingate refused to verify Fulton County’s 2020 election, claiming that he was personally convinced that there were more than 100,000 questionable ballots cast in Fulton County in 2020. 


6. Charlene McGowan, the General Counsel for Georgia’s Secretary of State’s Office, has publicly admitted that “Fulton County used improper procedures during the recount of the presidential contest in 2020.” 


7. Finally, 380,761 ballot images from Fulton County’s 2020 machine count are inexplicably nowhere to be found today.


In spite of all of this, all further investigation into Fulton County's questionable 2020 presidential election has now been halted, while the prosecution of Donald Trump for questioning it, is still proceeding.