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Georgia U.S. attorney quit after Trump pressure to reject election results, new report confirms

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BY: JACOB FISCHLER - OCTOBER 8, 2021 1:00 AM

Former President Donald Trump forced a top federal prosecutor in Atlanta to step down because he wouldn’t help Trump overturn his loss of Georgia in the 2020 presidential election, a U.S. Senate report released Thursday said.

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  1. And the smear continues……I don’t care if he did pressure him to do something abt it. Lol at the circus our country is now thanks to the cheating and no one doing anything abt it. Let’s go Brandon!!

  2. There was little evidence presented. Most was partisan rambling. The report was democratic based. Vote for the 3000 page bill before you read it. Mandate masks but I can go mask less anytime I desire. Nobody making less than 400,000 dollars will pay more taxes. We will not leave American citizens in Iraq. There are only a 100 or so Americans left and many of them wanted to stay. Americans in Iraq are not stranded, they have email and cell phone. I could give you hundred examples of either Democratic lies or mis speaks.
    I so no evidence just hear say. Trump complained that Pac was a never Trumper. Since when is complaining, pressuring. I personally think there was a lot more fraud than usual in the 2020 election. I complained but did no pressuring. A recount of fraudulent votes just perpetuates the fraud.
    Richmond County had a tremendous turnout in the 2020 presidential election, The next election count was pitiful. Were any of the addresses, phone numbers, mail in votes, anything investigated. I feel the above article was smear and innuendos with no substance.

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