You can be loyal to Donny to a certain point. If it means that you may be doing time behind bars with a roommate named Bubba; it’s time to begin reevaluating your stance.
In a surprising twist in the Georgia election interference saga, Scott Hall has decided to dip his toes into the world of plea deals. It’s a historic moment, folks, as this marks the very first plea deal in the entire case.
Scott Hall had his day in court on Friday, where the judge presented what they called a “negotiated resolution.” When asked if he was on board with this “negotiated plea,” Hall confidently replied, “I absolutely do.”
Now, let’s rewind a bit. Hall found himself in hot water over allegations tied to some voting machine shenanigans post the 2020 election in Coffee County, Georgia. And, just to refresh your memory, Donald Trump and a group of 18 others had previously declared a resounding “not guilty” to all charges in a colossal racketeering indictment. They were accused of trying to give the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia a wild spin.
As for the former president himself, he’s sticking to his guns, arguing that what he did wasn’t illegal and that the whole investigation is just a politically motivated rollercoaster. Buckle up, folks; this ride isn’t over yet! 🎢🗳️