Mark Meadows used to be Donald Trump's chief of staff.
He's one of the Trump associates that has also wound up with charges against him as part of the left's legal witch hunt against our 45th president.
Meadows, Donald Trump, and 17 others were all indicted this week in Georgia for allegedly attempting to subvert the 2020 election results.
Mark Meadows really doesn't want his trial for this case to happen in Georgia, so he and his team are trying to do something about it.
George Terwilliger, Meadow's attorney, filed that the conduct referred to in the indictment "occurred during his tenure and as part of his service as Chief of Staff."
"Nothing Mr. Meadows is alleged in the indictment to have done is criminal per se: arranging Oval Office meetings, contacting state officials on the President’s behalf, visiting a state government building, and setting up a phone call for the President."
I think that moving the case would be the fair and just thing to do. But then again, if we were ever concerned with what was fair and just in this situation then America wouldn't be in this mess in the first place.
"This is precisely the kind of state interference in a federal official’s duties that the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution prohibits, and that the removal statute shields against," Terwilliger argued.
Meadows and his team are saying that a trial in Georgia wouldn't get anywhere anyway, as the law states that Meadows "wouldn’t be liable to answer in a state court."
It really is amazing the lengths that America's liberals are willing to go to to try to give themselves an unfair advantage heading into 2024.
They've thrown out all of the rules and are now just pointing their fingers at anyone that has anything to do with Donald Trump.
Democrats have completely weaponized our federal government, and now they're trying to do it on a state level as well.
America should not stand for it any longer. Donald Trump certainly isn't.
That's why he's the favorite for 2024 right now. Liberals won't admit it, but there's a way better chance that Trump ends up in the White House than in jail.