Rerun: “Trump’s call is still a crime, even if he believes his own fraud fantasies”
Trump can’t escape criminal culpability now simply with a “head in the sand” defense. He can’t dodge an investigation by Georgia prosecutors or by the Justice Department by feigning ignorance. It is a criminal violation of federal law to attempt to deprive voters of a fair and impartial election by procuring fictitious ballots. It is a criminal violation of Georgia law to solicit another person to engage in election fraud,” wrote Trevor Potter, president of Campaign Legal Center, and Mark Gaber, director of trial litigation at Campaign Legal Center, in The Washington Post.
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