The rule of law died in American on August 14, 2023. It probably died sooner than that but was still twitching until Georgia trap house DA Fani Willis indicted Donald Trump and 18 “co-conspirators” for protesting the stolen 2020 election in Georgia.
None of them committed any actual crimes. Everything they did was perfectly legal and protected political speech. Doesn’t matter. No one in the Republican Party seems to have the guts to step in and stop this. Most of them hate Donald Trump, because Donald Trump is the Republican Party now.
The indictment against Trump and his sidekicks is null and void. The Fulton County DA’s office published the indictment on the county’s website, and it already had a judge assigned to the case on Monday, before the grand jury even voted on any of the counts. The whole thing is a setup that has been rigged and orchestrated by criminal elements who shouldn’t be anywhere near a public office. Otherwise, how could Willis have known that the grand jury would vote the way it did?
Among the crimes listed in the “conspiracy” that Trump supposedly committed in Georgie were a suggestion that his followers watch and interview on NewsMax, and the fact that Trump’s lawyers rented a conference room in Atlanta to hold a meeting where they could speak with elections officials. It doesn’t get any smarter from there. Fulton County’s DA Fani Willis, doesn’t appear to be a very smart lawyer.
Not that any of this will do President Trump or his indicted colleagues any good. The grand jury process was rigged, just as the trial will be rigged.
This abomination could be stopped immediately. Both houses of the Georgia state legislature are controlled by Republicans, and Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has an R next to his name.
Several months ago, the legislature passed a bill that allows for the removal of corrupt DAs like Fani Willis from office. Brian Kemp signed it into law. Why hasn’t Kemp kicked her off the job already?
One can’t help but think about the fact that George W. Bush and Mike Pence campaigned for Kemp in 2022 instead of President Trump.
The phone number for Governor Kemp’s office is (404) 656-1776.
Feel free to call and annoy them. If you’re not from Georgia and they try to hang up on you because you’re not a constituent, tell them that you have legal grounds to petition Governor Kemp for a redress of grievances anyway, because the Executive branch in Georgia is interfering in your choice for the 2024 presidential election.
Horror started to dawn on all of the other Republican candidates at the Iowa State Fair over the weekend. Donald Trump—the man of the people—towered over all the opposition. Ron DeSantis was greeted with chants of “We Want Trump!” everywhere he went. Vivek Ramalamadingdong tried singing a rap song, which went over like a turd in a punchbowl in Iowa farm country.
GOP strategists are now openly admitting that if Donald Trump is not the 2024 nominee, the Republican Party will become a footnote after the next election. None of us plan on turning out.
I know I said earlier this year that I’d still vote for Ron DeSantis if he was the nominee, but not now. Not after this, and not after DeSantis’s steadfast refusal to court my vote. All we hear from the DeSantis campaign is that we are “deplorables.” One of DeSantis’s advisers actually tweeted that. Thanks! I remember how well that label went over in 2016.
Trump brings a ton of nontraditional voters to the table who support his populist policies. The rest of us are converts to Trumpism. We will never go back to voting for candidates who support “free” trade, open borders, and the strangling of America’s economic engine to try to save the weather from cow farts.
Despite everything else going on, it’s kind of fun to watch the establishment Republicans in office come to this realization. We are not locked in here with them. They are locked in here with us—and we are “ride or die” for Donald Trump in 2024. This one is for all the marbles.