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BREAKING: Mark Meadows Files New Motion In Georgia Case

Mark Meadows did absolutely nothing wrong. …

WLTReport recently provided coverage on the charges filed against Mark Meadows by left-wing District Attorney Fani Willis.

Those ‘charges’ essentially revolved around asking for the phone numbers of 2 Republican lawmakers. …Basically, his colleagues.

I won’t comment on the sham charges against President Trump here, but all you need to know about the entire Georgia case is contained within the charges against Meadows.

You see, Fani Willis has an inferiority complex. She needs to prove herself to the world. I won’t say exactly why she has an inferiority complex, only that it is tied to immutable, identity characteristics.

Instead of developing as a person, or better yet—simply getting out of a field that she clearly cannot handle, she has taken to proving how ‘tough’ she is to the world. …

That’s why she’s going after the former Trump administration in such a haphazard way.

Everyone who has been targeted by this clearly partisan, miscarriage of justice knows that they won’t get a fair trial in Fulton County, Georgia, or from the likes of Fani Willis. …

This is exactly why Mark Meadows filed a recent motion to have the charges filed against him in the Georgia indictment moved to a federal court.

One attorney presented the corresponding court documentation and explained:

“Motion practice has already begun in the Georgia Indictment.

Former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ attorneys have filed a Motion to Remove his case to Federal Court. Looks like the Motioin was ready and waiting for filing before the indictment came down.

“Mr. Meadows has the right to remove this matter. The conduct giving rise to the charges in the indictment all occurred during his tenure and as part of his service as Chief of Staff,”

In these circumstances, federal law provides for the prompt removal of a “criminal prosecution . . . commenced in a State court . . . against or directed to” a federal official, “in an official or individual capacity, for or relating to any act under color of [his] office.” 28 U.S.C. § 1442(a)(1).”


Zero Hedge said it all: “Mark Meadows Wants To Move Georgia Indictment To Federal Court – And Legal Experts Say He’ll Succeed.”


ABC News reports:

The filing from Meadows’ attorney George Terwilliger and Atlanta-based attorney Joseph Englert is based on a federal law that they argue requires the removal of criminal proceedings brought in state court to the federal court system when someone is charged for actions they allegedly took as a federal official acting “under color” of their office.

Trump is also expected to mount a similar effort, according to sources familiar with the matter.

Rep. Jim Jordan was critical of Fani Willis and pointed out the nature of these highly partisan proceedings.

Jordan stated: “Mark Meadows asked for a phone number. Jenna Ellis Esq gave legal advice. But somehow the Fulton County DA thinks this is a vast criminal conspiracy? Totally ridiculous. Maybe the DA should focus on the REAL crime, murders, and corruption happening in her county every day!”


Journalist Daniel Baldwin offered his opinion:

“This makes sense for a number of reasons for both Meadows and Pres. Trump (who is likely to motion for this as well). A broader, and more fair, jury pool – definitely better than heavily liberal Atlanta, GA. Federal law also backs up this move.”


According to NTD News, legal counsel for Mark Meadows provided this statement:

“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,” Mr. Meadows’s attorney wrote in the filing.

“One would expect a Chief of Staff to the President of the United States to do these sorts of things.”


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