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Mark Meadows Receives Bad News…

The charges against Mark Meadows are even more absurd and meritless than those against President Trump. …

Leftists want to throw the book at former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows for sending a text message, but not just any text message—a text message in which Meadows committed the awful crime of asking for the phone numbers of two GOP state legislators. …

No, you didn’t read that wrong. America’s miscreants and malcontents have come together to charge a man for asking for the phone numbers of his colleagues.

While Meadows likely isn’t too thrilled with this recent development, it shows just how weak the case against the 45th President of the United States and his allies is. …

These ‘prosecutors’ are grasping at straws and the indictment against Meadows is all the proof one needs to reach that conclusion. Here’s what we currently know:

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey states: “Leftists seriously just indicted President Trump for tweeting and Mark Meadows for texting. This is precisely why Missouri is taking Joe Biden to task over his censorship regime. If the First Amendment goes, it all goes.”


Alex Berenson echoed a similar sentiment: “The Georgia indictment overreaches so badly on both legal theory and facts it is almost comic. (Though the stakes couldn’t be higher.) To wit: Mark Meadows faces charges in part for sending a text. To a Congressman. Asking for phone numbers. Of people in Pennsylvania.”


Reuters provided background information on Meadows:

Mark Meadows, who went from being one of Trump’s top Republican allies in the U.S. House of Representatives to his White House chief of staff, attended White House meetings related to attempts to undo Trump’s election defeat.

Sean Davis sarcastically asked: “So Georgia is trying to put Mark Meadows in jail because he talked to a Republican member of Congress in Pennsylvania and asked for the phone numbers of two Republican legislators in the state?”


Left-wing USA Today added:

Meadows was ordered to testify in the Georgia election case last year, a move that his lawyers tried to fight against by alleging that Meadows’ communications with the former president were privileged.

The indictment charged Meadows with violation of Georgia’s RICO Act and solicitation of violation of oath by public officer.


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