Fani Willis: Trump Trial Could Last Through 2025

The Democratic persecution of former President Donald Trump knows no bounds, and apparently, the length of his Georgia court battle also has no limits.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said this week that Trump’s Georgia trial could stretch past next November’s presidential election and on into 2025. This is good news only if you are a grandstanding Democratic prosecutor feasting on the publicity.

Willis made her declaration at the Washington Post’s Global Women Summit.

The prosecutor held out little hope for a speedy process. “I believe in that case there will be a trial. I believe the trial will take many months. And I don’t expect that we will conclude until the winter or the very early part of 2025.

Politically motivated Democrats are working overtime to ensure that the four indictments against Trump coincide with next year’s critical election.

Perhaps this is in the mistaken belief that they will somehow run the former president out of the race or convince his legions of supporters that he is unworthy of their vote.

Willis went so far as to claim that the 2024 election cycle “does not go into the calculus” in Trump’s prosecution. This assertion falls flat when noting the flurry of prosecutions only surfaced when he announced his intention to regain the White House.

The predicted length of the trial is a clear signal to Ted Goodman, attorney for Trump co-defendant Rudy Giuliani.

He observed that Willis’ prediction for the length of the trial is convincing evidence that Democrats are attempting to use the judicial system to “keep Trump out of the White House.”

Goodman accused the prosecutor of intentionally stretching the case beyond next year’s election. It is absolutely, he declared, “part of the Democratic Party and permanent Washington political class’s attempt” to run election interference for Joe Biden.

Trump was indicted along with 18 of his allies last summer and steadfastly denied wrongdoing in the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election. There are currently three other cases against the former president brought by Democrats.

Speaking to a Republican gathering in Alabama in August, Trump proclaimed that being persecuted is “a truly great badge of honor. Because I’m being indicted for you.”