November 22, 2023

Trump Georgia Trial Expected to Start in August 2024

Once again, Democrats have proven that the cases against Trump are meant to hurt him in the 2024 election.

Fulton County DA Fani Willis is now hoping to have her case against Trump hit the courtrooms in August of next year.

This would put it right smack dab in the middle of general election campaigning.

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Donald Trump’s primary calendar is already loaded with trials to keep Trump busy during the campaign season.

However, if Trump does manage to get the nod, his calendar was fairly open for the general election campaign season.

That just changed, with Fani Willis requesting an August trial for Trump in the Georgia election fraud case.

She stated that she did this to avoid potential delays in the case.

Willis is also hoping to keep the remaining defendants together in the case, with 15 cases remaining on the docket.

Willis expects the case to run into the winter, which would keep Trump busy right into election day, as he will be required to attend those hearings.

This, by the way, is the case where all three attorneys who were indicted have taken plea deals, all of which will be used against Trump in the trial.

The case will surely gain national headlines once it begins, as at least one other defendant, Harrison Floyd, plans on pushing the narrative that the election results in the 2020 election were fraudulent.

How Floyd plans on doing this, I have no idea, as every case that was brought before the court regarding election results has failed.

Dozens of cases were filed by various people, including Trump, and not a single one has succeeded.

Floyd better have his I’s dotted and T’s crossed because his freedom will depend on it.

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