Another Co-Defendant Appears To Flip On Trump

In late August, it was reported that an information technology employee at Mar-a-Lago changed his testimony and is cooperating with special counsel Jack Smith.

The aide was not charged in the case but was threatened with perjury after video did not match his testimony.

There are signals that Trump’s former White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows may flip on the former President as well.

From Politico:

During a hearing in Atlanta, a defense attorney for Meadows called attention to Trump’s prominent role in what is certain to be a crucial element of prosecutors’ case there: the infamous Jan. 2, 2021, phone call in which Trump demanded that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, “find” enough votes to declare Trump the winner.

Meadows arranged that pivotal call. But after prosecutors played audio of the call in the courtroom, an attorney for Meadows emphasized that his client’s part in the actual discussion was both more minor and less provocative than Trump’s.

“There’s a lot of statements by Mr. Trump. Mr. Meadows’ speaking roles were quite limited,” Meadows’ lawyer, Michael Francisco asked during a cross-examination of Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

“He didn’t make a request that you change the vote totals — Mr. Meadows, himself?” Francisco continued.

“Correct,” Raffensperger replied.

Meadows also said that his email guiding the campaign to assemble the electors strategy was because he was afraid of Trump.

“What I didn’t want to happen was for the campaign to prevail in court action and not have this” lined up, he said.

“Why?” prosecutor Anna Cross asked him.

“Because I knew I’d be yelled at by the president of the United States,” he said.

one of the strategies of the Georgia case is the hope of getting all of the co-defendants to turn on each other and turn the trials into a circus to destroy Trump.

Just a couple of weeks in co-defendants seem to be caving.


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