A plea deal for Donald Trump in Georgia has been ruled out because Fani Willis possesses a trove of evidence previously unknown to the House Jan. 6 committee, according to reporter Hugo Lowell from The Guardian.
During an appearance on MSNBC on Saturday, Lowell Lowell emphasized the pivotal role of Willis’s exclusive evidence, which he claims significantly strengthens her case against the former president. The revelation challenges the ongoing narrative surrounding Trump’s legal battles related to the events of January 6 and the broader attempt to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
Lowell specifically mentioned instances related to Mark Meadows, detailing how Willis had evidence of his coordination with state officials and actions on behalf of Trump as both a White House official and a presidential candidate.
“I think it is notable the evidence that was in the indictment against Trump that Fani Willis had, which was not in the D.C. indictment, you know she had a lot of evidence that was separate from the January 6 committee found, what the federal investigation found, and, also it applies to Mark Meadows,” Lowell asserted.
“She had a lot of points in the indictments about how Meadows was coordinating with state officials, where he was giving both in his capacity, maybe as a White House official, but also, what he was doing on behalf of Trump as a campaign, as a presidential candidate. So, I think there were notable instances of evidence that Fani Willis had, but the federal indictment did not have,” he added.
Lowell suggests that these details, absent in federal indictments, underscore the robustness of Willis’s legal argument.
As speculation and anticipation surround the unfolding developments, it is becoming increasingly clear that Fani Willis holds a formidable hand in her pursuit of justice, posing new legal challenges for key figures tied to the January 6 Capitol riot.
See the segment below: