Trump Charges In Georgia Are An Attempt To Criminalize Speech

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On Monday night, Fulton County, Georgia’s highly partisan district attorney, Fani Willis, announced that former President Donald Trump and 18 of his associates would be charged for what she claims was an attempt to “conspire and endeavor to conduct and participate in criminal enterprise” to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

With more evidence implicating President Joe Biden in his family’s foreign business affairs dropping regularly, Democrats apparently thought this week would be the perfect time to drop another round of get-Trump indictments.

Among the other people named in the 98-page indictment are Rudy Giuliani and Mark Meadows, the former president’s then-lawyer and chief of staff, respectively.

While a cursory reading of the melodramatic accusations made at the indictment’s outset will undoubtedly give America’s regime-approved media the vapors, a deep dive into the full filing reveals just how egregious the charges really are. To justify her claim that Trump and his associates engaged in a “conspiracy” to overturn the 2020 election results, Willis cites numerous acts of indictees engaging in lawful free speech that she asserts helped further this so-called conspiracy.

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