Georgia Judge to Release Portions of 2020 Election Report

A Georgia judge is to release portions of a report on Donald Trump’s supposed attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in the state of Georgia. The investigation took roughly two years, the details of which have remained a secret from the public. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney decided which portions should be publically released, including the introduction, conclusion, and a piece where the panel “discusses its concern that some witnesses may have lied under oath.”

From Newsmax:

McBurney wrote that the process behind the report was "entirely appropriately — a one-sided exploration" of the case, and noted that "there were no lawyers advocating for any targets of the investigation."


"They were not able to call their own witnesses who might rebut what other State's witnesses had said and they had no ability to present mitigating evidence. Put differently, there was very limited due process in this process for those who might be named as indictment-worthy in the final report."