I have long pointed out our rapid descent from a respectable nation into a banana republic; however, this is simply beyond the pale. …
Earlier today, it was widely reported that court officials and prosecutors posted President Trump‘s charges before the grand jury was done deliberating. …
Once they realized their mistake, they promptly removed the list, but not before much of the world took notice. In other words, the entire affair is rigged and they proved it today.
If ever there was any ounce of doubt in your mind, lay that doubt to rest—this is now a banana republic.
If the case isn’t thrown out entirely over this, then we don’t have a justice system anymore. …
Matt Couch had this to say: “The State of Georgia prematurely posted the charges against President Trump… Rico Laws… nonsensical filings, etc… Then they pulled it down when they realized the Grand Jury wasn’t even done deliberating.. The fix is in America..”
The State of Georgia prematurely posted the charges against President Trump… Rico Laws… nonsensical filings, etc… Then they pulled it down when they realized the Grand Jury wasn’t even done deliberating..
The fix is in America.. pic.twitter.com/6eFcZ3q3WB
— Matt Couch (@RealMattCouch) August 14, 2023
Rogan O’Handley presented this clip of Georgia Grand Jury foreperson Emily Kohrs.
Kohrs gained notoriety for her incredibly flamboyant and highly irregular media appearances in which she exclaimed, with glee, that it would be ‘cool’ to subpoena the former President.
O’ Handley states: “Georgia may indict President Trump today. Never forget this was the Grand Jury foreperson during these investigations. She told CNN she thought it’d be “cool” to subpoena Trump. This is the type of political persecution you see in banana republics.”
Georgia may indict President Trump today
Never forget this was the Grand Jury foreperson during these investigations
She told CNN she thought it’d be “cool” to subpoena Trump
This is the type of political persecution you see in banana republics
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) August 14, 2023
According to The Epoch Times:
The posting , came amid reports that a grand jury in Fulton County, Georgia, was still hearing testimony from witnesses regarding President Trump’s challenge of the 2020 election results and his attempts to remain in office after Democrat Joe Biden was declared the victor.
The apparently premature release of the expected charges touched off concerns about the accusations possibly being predetermined before the grand jurors voted.
One user shared the ‘smoking gun’ video footage from Fulton County, Georgia that shows ballot counters taking out a suitcase of ballots from under the table and counting them.
The individuals in question did this when no one was present and after counting was halted due to a ‘water main break’.
They shut down the count in Georgia for fake water main break and then brought out ballots in suitcases from under the table and started counting again with everyone gone.
Yah, we didn’t forget this.
President Trump was right to contest this election. pic.twitter.com/85o9Xi4gyB pic.twitter.com/u3E7iAxEux
— Big Fish (@BigFish3000) August 12, 2023
President Trump responded to the sham indictment and the kangaroo court that is making a mockery of our justice system.
President Trump comes out swinging first thing today.
— 🇺🇸 Adam Veinotte 🇺🇸 (@AdamVeinotte) August 14, 2023
CNBC confirmed that deliberations are still ongoing and that the court stayed open late today:
McBurney also kept his courtroom open after its usual closing time of 5:00 p.m., one of the clearest signs so far that an indictment could be finalized Monday.
“I guess you’ll have to wait and see,” McBurney said. “And if you don’t wait, you don’t see.”
“I promise not to leave without letting you know I’m leaving,” the judge said.