REVEALED: ‘Unusually Aggressive’ Arizona Grand Jury That Indicted Trump 2020 ‘Alternative Voters’ Stacked With ‘Indict Them All’ Leftists | The Gateway expert

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According to Politico, the grand jury that indicted the surrogate electors, Trump lawyers and Republican activists for Trump 2020 was “unusually aggressive” and packed with Trump-hating leftists.

Politico spoke to a witness who was granted an immunity deal. The witness told Politico that grand jurors not only aggressively pursued them for hours, but also indicted two of Trump’s lawyers who weren’t even the target of the investigation!

One grand juror was described as the leader of the “indict them all crowd” – a rabid leftist who wanted to accuse all of Trump’s allies of crimes just because.

Two of Trump’s lawyers, Jenna Ellis and Christina Bobb, were witnesses and specifically said they were not under investigation. In fact, Ellis and Bobb both received letters from prosecutors stating that they were not under investigation, and two months later they were indicted by the grand jury who indicted them all.

“In my more than 20 years of practicing criminal law, I have never encountered anyone who was a witness and was charged less than two months later, who was told in writing that he was a witness and that he was not under investigation,” said former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti. told Politico.

Politics reported:

One of the witnesses who spoke to POLITICO underscored the difference between grand jurors and prosecutors. The witness, who received an immunity deal over the winter, was told to expect about an hour of questioning about some standard details of the investigation.

Instead, grand jurors questioned the witness for three hours, sometimes in sharp and accusatory ways — “a level of aggression that caught me off guard.” The witness recalled a juror who “seemed to be the leader of the ‘indict them all crowd’ and asked ‘pointed but specific questions’.” Another grand juror asked “more high-level questions,” such as: “How could you even talk to these people? What did you think?” with lengthy “preambles” that announced his views on the matter, the witness said.

Another smaller faction of grand jurors consistently rephrased the more aggressive jurors’ questions and seemed more skeptical of the angle they were taking, the witness recalled, noting that this group visibly “rolled their eyes, sighed heavily and felt uncomfortable moved’.

Last month, Trump 2020 alternate electors, GOP state lawmakers, former Arizona GOP Chair Kelli Ward and others were indicted Wednesday by an Arizona state grand jury.

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A total of 18 people involved in Arizona’s alternate voter scheme were indicted by the Arizona grand jury last month.

Arizona’s Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes announced this last month. She defended her witch hunt and the curious timing of the charges – just months before the 2024 general elections. Make no mistake: the charges are a warning shot to anyone looking to contest the 2024 elections.

“We have spent the last 13 months conducting a thorough and professional investigation into our state’s rigged election system,” Arizona’s Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes said in a video announcing the charges. “I understand that today didn’t come quickly enough for some of you. And I know I will be criticized by others for conducting this research in the first place. But as I have stated before, and we will say it again here, today I will not allow American democracy to be undermined.”

Kris Mayes admitted last year that she was researching Trump’s 2020 alternate electors from Arizona.

In a dirty move, Mayes’ office knew the alternate electors would invoke their Fifth Amendment rights, but had them appear before a grand jury anyway. This is a highly unusual and risky move.

The Fifth Amendment allows a person to exercise their right to remain silent to protect against self-incrimination.

Democratic prosecutors demanding pro-Trump alternate electors plead the Fifth before a grand jury could unnecessarily prejudice grand jurors.

Although the Fifth Amendment does not imply an admission of guilt, grand jurors can assume that pro-Trump alternative voters are guilty.

The state grand jury has indicted 11 Trump surrogates, state lawmakers, Republican activists and others.

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President Trump was named “Unindicted Coconspirator-1” in the indictment for making a phone call to former Governor Doug Ducey about the vote counting.

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