Donald Trump’s legal troubles took a giant leap forward in Georgia as prosecutors apparently close in on the disgraced former president for trying to interfere with the 2020 election in the state.

Just days before inciting his supporters to violently storm the Capitol in a scheme to overthrow democracy and keep himself in power, Trump placed a phone call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger demanding that he “find 11,780 votes” for him so Republicans could win the state’s 16 electoral votes instead of President Joe Biden.

“And they are removing machinery, and they’re moving it as fast as they can, both of which are criminal finds,” Trump claimed. “And you can’t let it happen, and you are letting it happen. You know, I mean, I’m notifying you that you’re letting it happen. So look. All I want to do is this. I just want to find 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have because we won the state.”

Election interference is a crime, both in Georgia and federally. So, Fulton County Prosecutor Fani Willis has been investigating. And her office must be close to filing charges since Trump threw a temper tantrum last month after his attorneys met with them.

“All the Democrats want to do is put people in jail. They are vicious, violent, and Radical Left thugs,” Trump said. “They are destroying people’s lives, which is the only thing they are good at.”

Willis recently stated that a decision could be made soon, including on creating a grand jury with subpoena power.

Clearly, Trump knows he’s in trouble and he is so frightened that he is desperately hurling unfounded attacks and accusations at the Fulton County prosecutors.

If convicted, Trump could face prison time. And justice in Georgia would be served. Now if only the Justice Department would show the same courage as Fulton County prosecutors, the nation might get some justice as well.

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