By
G. McConway
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January 3, 2023

NC AG Drops Charges Against Meadows

Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is in the clear.

The North Carolina Attorney General, Josh Stein, has decided not to press charges against Meadows.

He had been facing possible charges on voter fraud related to the 2020 election.

Off the Hook

I have said all along that I really don’t see anything significant coming from the January 6 committee.

Having said that, I do believe Garland will eventually file charges against Trump, more than likely through the special counsel investigation.

If Garland fails to file charges, it will just feed the Trump narrative regarding a witch hunt, something he cannot afford to do.

As far as Meadows is concerned, he was never in any real danger and he knew it.

North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein stated, "The State Bureau of Investigation conducted an extensive investigation into the fraud allegations against Mr. and Mrs. Meadows concerning their registration and voting in the 2020 elections.

"After a thorough review, my office has concluded that there is not sufficient evidence to bring charges against either of them in this matter.

"Our conclusion was ... they had arguments that would help them if a case was brought such that we didn’t believe we could prove beyond a reasonable doubt that they had engaged in intentional voter fraud.”

Dems were going after Meadows because he had recently given a mobile home address for the 2020 election.

He was able to provide a year-long lease for the address, however, which is more than likely why the case was tossed.

Does anyone believe that Meadows actually planned on living at that address? Of course not, but that is something that is unprovable until after the fact.

To that point, the memo to Stein by prosecutors read, "the factors weighing in favor of residence in Macon County outnumber the factors weighing against residence."

This all became an issue because Meadows had three different addresses in three consecutive years where he was registered to vote, so Dems wanted to make sure everything was on the up and up.

Stein’s announcement continued, "None of the matters involving January 6th, however, are relevant to the specific allegations of voter fraud concerning Mr. and Mrs. Meadows that were referred to my office for review.

"My office has concluded that there is not sufficient evidence to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt against either Mr. or Mrs. Meadows, so my office will not prosecute this case. If further information relevant to the allegations of voter fraud comes to light in any subsequent investigation or prosecution by authorities in other jurisdictions, we reserve the right to reopen this matter."

Source: Fox News

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