Big Government RINOs like Mitt Romney and Lisa Murkowski have been a thorn in the side of President Trump during his entire time in office.
They’ve worked hand in glove with Democrats every step of the way, looking for any excuse they can find to undermine Trump’s Presidency.
And now a top Republican official in Georgia is threatening Donald Trump with jail time.
Last week, President Trump and members of his team held a conference call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to discuss the massive amount of evidence of voter fraud that took place in the Peach State on November 3.
As one of the Big Government RINOs mentioned earlier, Republican Brad Raffensperger stabbed President Trump in the back by secretly recording the call and releasing it to his pals in the Fake News Media who were more than happy to run with the story.
The Washington Post was first to jump on the story, falsely accusing President Trump of bullying Raffensperger into finding a way to come up with the 11,780 votes he needs to take the lead over Biden in Georgia.
ABC immediately picked up the story and invited Raffensperger to come on the air and talk about the phone call he secretly recorded.
Appearing on Good Morning America, Raffensperger told host George Stephanopolos that President Trump could face criminal charges for supposedly soliciting “election fraud” during the call.
“I believe that because I had a conversation with the president, also he had a conversation with our chief investigator after we did the signature match audit of Cobb county last week, there may be a conflict of interest,” said Raffensperger about how he couldn’t go after Trump because he previously discussed the matter with President Trump, creating a conflict of interest for him on the issue.
However, Raffensperger said Fulton County’s Democrat District Attorney was looking into indicting President Trump on criminal charges over the phone call Raffensperger secretly recorded.
“I understand that the Fulton County District Attorney wants to look at it. Maybe that’s the appropriate venue for it to go,” Raffensperger said about Fulton County’s District Attorney.