Rudy Giuliani Gets Bad News

Rudy Giuliani

( – If what is breaking into the news today is true, there may be more legal trouble ahead for Rudy Giuliani and other top associates of Donald Trump.

Specifically, according to several news sources, Georgia prosecutors, during their investigation into Donald Trump’s attempts to reverse the 2020 election results, have acquired text messages linking members of Trump’s legal team, including Rudy Giuliani, to a Jan. 7, 2021 breach in Coffee County’s voting systems.

This information could be crucial in Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ upcoming grand jury presentation regarding her election fraud case against Trump; currently, the GOP presidential frontrunner and already facing three criminal indictments this year.

A text from Jan. 1, 2021, from Sullivan Strickler, the law firm hired by Trump, stated, “Just landed back in DC with the Mayor huge things starting to come together! Most immediately, we were just granted access — by written invitation! — to Coffee County’s systems. Yay!” Giuliani was often referred to as “the Mayor” in these communications.

Documents reveal that by mid-December, Trump’s team was seeking access to the voting systems in Coffee County. Misty Hampton, an ex-Coffee County elections official, allegedly wrote the invitation to access the system. She had previously made claims about Dominion voting machines’ susceptibility to fraud, which caught the attention of Trump’s allies. Giuliani and Trump’s legal team also used a video by Hampton to push their voter fraud narrative to other state legislators. Coffee County was also mentioned in a draft of executive orders reviewed by Trump in an Oval Office meeting on Dec. 18, 2020.

In that period, Hampton shared the access invitation with the Trump team. Katherine Freiss, an attorney associated with Giuliani and others, disseminated this invitation to Trump affiliates on Jan. 1, 2021, shortly before the system breach. On the same day, Freiss sent the invitation to Bernie Kerik, the former NYPD Police Commissioner. Later, Hampton and Cathy Latham reportedly facilitated the Trump team’s access to the Coffee County voting system. Latham has faced scrutiny for alleged surveillance footage of her permitting unauthorized personnel access to the systems.

The communications will be vital in the grand jury’s assessment of election interference charges. Though the investigation initially centered on Trump’s call to Georgia’s Secretary of State and an attempt to introduce counterfeit electors, the Coffee County breach has become a significant component of the probe.

Recently charged with conspiracy and obstruction related to the US Capitol riots, Trump exclaimed, “AS PRESIDENT, CHALLENGING ELECTION FRAUD – MY DUTY & RIGHT!” on Truth Social.