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41-Count Charge Against Trump, Rico Act, and the Weaponization of Free Speech


President Trump will turn himself into Fulton County Georgia today. While major media outlets scream "No one is above the law." We believe it is important to dispel their fantasy with the facts regarding this case. Fani Willis, the Fulton County DA who brought the charges against Trump and his legal team will have to answer questions for her actions.


As Jay Sekulow, the lawyer who represented Trump during his impeachment trial on his podcast today said with respect to the indictments in Fulton County, "This is the greatest threat to the legal process." When you criminalize the defense of your client you are taking an unbelievable risk for the good of the republic. We are supposed to represent our clients zealously, creatively, and aggressively."


The 98-page indictment seems reminiscent of a potential violation of the Rico Act. This act has historically been employed to charge individuals involved in organized crime, gangs, and illicit schemes. Nonetheless, upon delving into the detailed indictment, it becomes evident that several assertions merely align with protections provided by the First Amendment's free speech clause. This reveals a concerning aspect: the potential criminalization of constitutionally protected free speech.


"Trump and the other Defendants charged in this Indictment refused to accept

that Trump lost, and they knowingly and willfully joined conspiracy to unlawfully change the outcome of the election in favor of Trump" This statement sets the tone for the rest of the charges in her indictment.


It is not illegal to challenge the results of an election. Many Democrats have challenged elections, Georgia's own Stacy Abrams challenged the election, yet no charges were brought against her.


In her indictment, she references Trump and his legal team as criminal conspirators in a criminal organization. It is important to note that there were several irregularities concerning the Georgia election. One involved a leaky pipe that shut down the counting of the ballots, but they were not necessarily shut down. Instead, a small group of individuals were there continuing to count these ballots where there was no one to check the signatures or procedures as they continued to count.


Particularly noteworthy is Act 25, a matter of grave concern for her to pursue an indictment. In this instance, the president was provided with specific information, and as of now, we remain unaware if any subsequent actions were taken or if there was verification of the accuracy of the information. Furthermore, there's no confirmation that the president was properly apprised of any inaccuracies, along with credible evidence demonstrating their inaccuracy.

1. 2,506 felons voted illegally in the November 3, 2020, presidential election in Georgia;

2. That 66,248 underage people illegally registered to vote before their seventeenth birthday prior to the November 3, 2020, presidential election in Georgia;

3. That at least 2,423 people voted in the November 3, 2020, presidential election in Georgia who were not listed as registered to vote;

4. That 1,043 people voted in the November 3, 2020, presidential election in Georgia who

had illegally registered to vote using post office box;

5. That 10,315 or more dead people voted in the November 3, 2020, presidential election in Georgia;

6. That Fulton County election workers at State Farm Arena ordered poll watchers and members of the media to leave the tabulation area on the night of November 3, 2020, and continued to operate after ordering everyone to leave;


If the above accusations are proven to be true, Fani Willis has some explaining to do. However, the justice system most likely has covered this up and any proof into this matter has since been eliminated. But indicting for stating the above would prove without a doubt that this is a politically motivated move on Willis and that her acts should be taken into consideration as such.


While writing this article we discovered that House Judiciary has some questions that need to be answered. Did the Georgia DA coordinate efforts with federal officials?


The complete indictment comes across more as an indictment against free speech than an undercover criminal operation. The District Attorney involved should be replaced, and if this escalates to the federal level, advocates for free speech must scrutinize these charges carefully. This situation establishes a precedent that could significantly impact future elections, voting rights, and the capacity to investigate allegations of voter fraud.


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