A judge on Sept. 9 announced his decision on former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows:
Meadows wanted his case in Fulton County moved to federal court. Fulton County District Attorney Fanni Willis did not concur.
U.S. District Judge Steve Jones agreed with Fanni Willis, saying:
Meadows’s alleged association with post-election activities was not related to his role as White House Chief of Staff or his executive branch authority.
Meadows thought that he might be able to get a more favorable ruling in federal court, so he kept pointing to his status as a federal figure to prove his point that that's where he should be tried.
Willis and Judge Jones did not agree.
Meadows does still have the ability to appeal the ruling, although he's not immediately announced his intent to do so.
Willis recently charged 19 people with crimes in Fulton County, including Meadows, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, and Donald Trump himself.
Of course, Trump has maintained throughout this entire thing that there is ZERO truth to the allegations against him and that this whole thing is simply an attempt to interfere with the 2024 election.
Trump is absolutely dominating the Republican primary polls, and he thinks that his popularity is what liberals are scared off.
As a result, America's Democrats have been doing whatever they can to distract Trump and drain his energy and finances that should be going toward the campaign trial.
If that means trying to put Trump and his friends behind bars for no reason, then that's a step that America's liberals are willing to take.
Meadows wants to change the location of his trial because he feels like the area near Atlanta where the current case would draw its jury from leans too far liberal.
By changing the venue, there would be the possibility to more easily get conservatives deciding the case.
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