Mark Meadows Pleads 'Not Guilty' In Trump Case

 September 6, 2023

Mark Meadows is best known for being Donald Trump's former chief of staff.

Or, that's what he used to be most well-known for, at least.

Now, he's known as a defendant in the same boat as 18 other co-defendants caught up in Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis's investigation into Donald Trump.

Mark Meadows has been "charged under Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) statute for soliciting an official to violate his oath of office."

He's already entered his plea:

Not guilty.

That's because the only way he is guilty, is if he truly believed that Donald Trump lost the election and had done everything in his power to overturn the results.

Here's the thing though...

It's not illegal to fight against election results that you truly believe were incorrect. In fact, it would be unamerican to simply ignore results that made the wrong man the most powerful person in the world.

As a result, the left has had to demonize incredibly trivial things to build a case against Meadows. Breitbart is reporting that in reference to Meadows and Trump, the indictment criminalizes "everyday interactions such as asking for a phone number and reserving a room, deeming such 'overt act[s] in furtherance of the conspiracy.'"

Specifically, this indictment " asserted that Meadows asking for the number for the speaker and leader of the Pennsylvania legislature was an 'overt act in furtherance of the conspiracy.'"

Clearly, liberals are just making up whatever they can to try to get at least one charge to stick.

This is dangerous.

It's VERY dangerous, actually.

The left is just priming American citizens to get used to being persecuted for your political beliefs, something that the First Amendment promised us would never happen.

Last month, Mark Meadows filed a motion to have the case in Georgia against him moved to a federal court. He was EXTREMELY committed to that cause, even taking the witness stand for five hours one day in an attempt to get the case moved out of Georgia.

Donald Trump and his codefendants aren't fighting for their own freedom, they are fighting for the political and religious freedom of every person in America that comes after them.

" A free people [claim] their rights, as derived from the laws of nature."
Thomas Jefferson
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