This phone call is the piece of evidence that proved Donald Trump’s innocence

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Donald Trump is set to stand trial in Georgia as part of the Democrat Party’s strategy of waging lawfare to win the 2024 election.

But Trump may have an ace up his sleeve.

And this phone call is the piece of evidence that proved Donald Trump’s innocence.

A January 2, 2021, phone call from President Trump to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger kicked off Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ witch hunt.

“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 this state, and flipping the state is a great testament to the country,” Trump said. “I only need 11,000 votes. Fellas, I need 11,000 votes. Give me a break.” “It’s just not possible to have lost Georgia. It’s not possible,” Trump said to Raffensperger.

Willis used the call to claim Trump pressured Raffensperger to commit election fraud which formed one of the centerpieces of her 41-count indictment against Trump and 18 of his lawyers, advisors and supporters.

Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz told Fox Business host Larry Kudlow that as a defense lawyer he would start with the one phone call as it is “exculpatory” evidence.

“If I were a defense lawyer in this case, I would start with that phone call. It’s the most exculpatory piece of evidence,” Dershowitz stated.

Dershowitz explained that by the dictionary definition of the word “find” Trump was not asking Raffensperger to invent fake votes to hand Trump Georgia.

Instead, Dershowitz stated that Trump was asking Raffensperger to recount the ballots to find the votes Trump believed were legally cast and out there that would show he won Georgia.

Dershowitz said when he worked on Al Gore’s legal team in the 2000 election recount they did much the same and sought to find the votes the Gore team believed were out there that would show Gore – and not George W. Bush – won Florida.

“The word ‘find’ has a dictionary meaning. It means they’re there, they’re there to be found. Just please look hard and look for them. That’s what we did in Florida. We thought there were enough votes that could put Gore over the top,” Dershowitz added.

Willis is criminalizing legal advice and political tactics.

Dershowitz warned that this was dangerous as the voters should have the ultimate say as it is their right to pick their leaders and if they find Trump’s conduct distasteful they can just vote against him.

“There was possibly more that could be done but in any event you don’t make it a crime if it is a matter of degree,” Dershowitz added. “You say to people don’t do it next time or you condemn people. You don’t vote for them. That is the ultimate check and balance. Don’t vote for them.”

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