Is Trump’s “Writing On The Wall” Moment Here?

( Professor Anthony Michael Kreis of Georgia State University’s Department of Law has claimed that criminal charges may soon be coming for Trump and others and that “the writing is on the wall.”

The law professor has commented on the significance of the partial publication of the Fulton County grand jury investigation on suspected influence in the 2020 presidential election by former President Donald Trump and his confederates.

According to him, the study gives the DA in Georgia a comprehensive list of who should be charged and why in connection with the 2020 general election and its aftermath.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis called the special-purpose grand jury to investigate allegations that Trump and his associates attempted to change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia through illegal means.

This inquiry was initiated when President Trump phoned Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in January 2021 and asked him to find the precise number of votes required for Trump to win Georgia.

A month ago, Willis speculated that a Trump indictment was “imminent.”

On February 16, Judge McBurney will release portions of the special-purpose grand jury report from the Fulton County district attorney’s office.

He noted that although it could be inconvenient for the District Attorney’s investigation to have the proceedings published, the overwhelming public interest in these proceedings and the undoubted value and necessity of openness warrant their release.

This contains the report’s foreword and epilogue, as well as the portion in which the special-purpose grand jury addresses its suspicions that some witnesses may have lied under oath during grand jury testimony.

This decision may be made public at this time, McBurney said, since the grand jury did not name those witnesses.

Nonetheless, Kreis argued that it was improbable that the jury would conclude that the witnesses were dishonest and then fail to recommend prosecution.

Former assistant special Watergate prosecutor and assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York Nick Akerman told Newsweek that the only individual we know who did not testify before the grand jury was Donald Trump.

He deemed it a rather significant observation. Also, he anticipates that he will be charged with a crime.