Trump seems very concerned about the recent Georgia indictment, and he should be.
I will be the first to tell you that I think this was a one-sided case that was rigged the moment Fani Willis started putting together the case.
Legal experts have chimed in to say that the grand jury was given slanted evidence to ensure an indictment.
With RICO charges on deck, Trump should be concerned, but he can also beat this case.
He Can Win
Article III Project’s Mike Davis has outlined a plan that he believes will give Trump the edge in this case.
Davis called it “lawfare” on the part of Fulton County DA Fani Willis and her fellow Democrats that are stacking up lawsuits against Trump during the campaign season.
He stated, “We had Tish James, the New York attorney general, filing a civil fraud lawsuit against Trump for the non-fraud of a businessman paying back sophisticated Wall Street banks in full with interest.”
He continued, “And then this Soros-funded Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg, indicted a former president for the first time in American history and the leading presidential candidate for president and a businessman for settling a nuisance claim.
“And then you have [special counsel] Jack Smith — it’s actually Joe Biden, Merrick Garland, and Jack Smith — indicting President Trump for the Mar-a-Lago docs for the non-crime of the president having presidential documents in the office of the former president, funded by Congress with secure office space, federally funded office staff, security clearances, and Secret Service protection. And somehow that’s espionage.
“And finally number four and five. Jack Smith and Fani Willis indicting President Trump for the non-crime of a presidential candidate objecting to a presidential election.”
Davis went on, “They waited 30 months to bring these charges. And then they say to these judges, ‘We have to hurry up right in the middle of the Republican primary and presidential election season.’ That, right there, it makes it very clear that this lawfare and election interference. This is not about justice.”
Davis is pointing to the strategy that is being used by Trump’s former Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows, to beat this case.
Meadows has filed to have his case moved from Georgia jurisdiction to federal court, where he will then file for a dismissal. Meadows has made the case that he has done nothing wrong, with everything noted in the indictment actions that would be in the normal course of duty for a Chief of Staff.
Davis explained it all during his podcast…
I agree with just about everything Davis said, but I am not as confident in Trump beating these charges.
My main concern is and always has been the venues where Trump will be having these cases, especially if he is unable to get the Georgia case out of the state.
The charges are complete and utter garbage, but if he is tried in Fulton County, he will likely get a biased judge and a jury pool of minorities that have been told for the last six years that Donald Trump is a racist.
You tell me, what are his chances of getting out of that courtroom with a not-guilty verdict?