Ryan E.
August 27, 2023

Trump Co-Defendant, A Black Disabled Veteran, Denied Bail


This is NOT a good look for Democrats.

Unless Democrats are ready to explain their double standard, they had better act quickly.

Remember all of the Black Lives Matters riots for which nobody was ever held accountable? Anybody with a brain knows it's because the majority of rioters were minorities, and liberals were trying to appeal to Black voters.

So, America's liberals simply turned the other cheek when it was Black people committing crimes in the name of liberal causes.

When that Back person is accused of being a Republican though, they're going to pay.

Even if they are a disabled veteran.

That's exactly what recently happened to Black Voices for Trump leader Harrison Floyd.

He's being held at Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, Georgia over his association with Donald Trump.

Despite the fact that Floyd is both Black and a disabled veteran, Judge Emily Richardson denied his bail.

Perhaps that's because liberals were never trying to divide by race like we originally thought.

They were simply trying to divide by party.

"I do find that based on the open charge against you there are grounds for bond to be denied at this point," Judge Emily Richardson cackled. "So, I’m going to go ahead and find that you are at risk to commit additional felonies and a potential risk to flee the jurisdiction."

Floyd is the only individual charged in Trump's case not to strike a bond agreement before surrendering to authorities.

As a result, the Black disabled veteran is going to be sitting in jail while he is awaiting trial.

Floyd has been representing himself, saying that legal counsel is too expensive.

Trump was released after posting a bail of $200,000. He said that having a mugshot taken is "not a comfortable feeling — especially when you’ve done nothing wrong."

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