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BREAKING: An Update On The Mark Meadows Case…

Mark Meadows did absolutely nothing wrong. …

Despite this, the political, totalitarian establishment has formally charged him with the awful crime of asking for the phone numbers of his colleagues.

Meadows initially sought to avoid arrest and have his case moved to a fair venue outside of the local jurisdiction.

On Thursday, Judge Steve Jones denied these motions made by Meadows’ counsel and bail has been set at $100,000.

Meadows has agreed to post bail and will have to surrender to local authorities by Friday. …

Politico reporter Kyle Cheney provided the documentation and stated: “Here is Mark Meadows’ bond order: $100,000. Appears he is no longer contesting his arrest.”


Former NBC executive Mike Sington provided this quote from the court:

“The defendant has failed to demonstrate he has suffered irreparable harm warranting federal intervention in his case and has cited no authority authorizing this Court to prevent his lawful arrest.

The hardship facing the defendant is no different than any other criminal defendant charged with a crime, including his co-defendants who have either already surrendered to Fulton County Authorities or have agreed to so surrender in the time allotted by the District Attorney.”


The Hill reports:

Meadows, who served as White House chief of staff in the final months of the Trump administration, also faces a count of soliciting a public officer to violate their oath over his participation in the infamous Jan. 2, 2021, call between Trump and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R), wherein Trump urged Raffensperger to help him “find” enough votes to change the election result.

One leftist had more details on the next steps in the case against Meadows:

“Mark Meadows’ and Jeffrey Clark’s motion to move Fulton County DA Fani Willis’ prosecution to federal court was DENIED by US District Judge Steve Jones.

They must turn themselves in to Fulton County jail for fingerprinting, a mug shot, and the collection of personal information such as height and weight.

Mark Meadows and Jeffrey Clark have 24 hours to comply before Fulton County DA Fani Willis issues a warrant for their arrest.”


Rep. Jim Jordan, who is now spearheading an investigation into Fani Willis’ case against President Trump, reminded Americans:

“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!”


According to Just The News, Mark Meadows continues to assert his innocence:

He has denied wrongdoing, and has attempted to have the case moved to federal court, where he’ll attempt to assert immunity.


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