Last Thursday night, former President Donald Trump was arrested and booked at the infamous Fulton County jail on charges brought against him by the state of Georgia for his alleged involvement in a plot to void the results of the state’s presidential election in 2020.
Reports show the former President was booked and fingerprinted, and a mugshot was made public. Despite being charged in four criminal instances, Trump has never had a mugshot.
Trump is being charged with racketeering and other crimes in Georgia. Trump and the other 18 defendants in the legal proceeding had until last Friday to surrender.
After being banned from Twitter on January 8, 2021, after the brawl at the U.S. Capitol, Trump has finally posted on the site X( formerly known as Twitter).
ELECTION INTERFERENCE and NEVER SURRENDER! were the captions for his new post, which also has a photo of his mugshot.
On Tuesday, the Georgia Freedom Caucus announced a news conference for Thursday morning to discuss Fulton County DA Fani Willis’ conspiracy and RICO indictment of Trump.
On Thursday at 11 a.m. ET, there will be a press conference at the Georgia State Capitol. The news conference will feature appearances by the entire Georgia Freedom Caucus and their supporters.
Colton said that as a Senator of Georgia, he is formally requesting an immediate session to investigate the conduct of Fani Willis. The U.S. is currently under attack, and he’s not going to sit and do nothing when radical left prosecutors target political opponents.
A report shows that a statute that allows for the recall of elected DAs in Georgia was signed into law by Governor Brian Kemp in May.
In 2020, according to newly released FOIA documents, Fulton election officials deputized hundreds of anti-Trump Democrats from the ACLU, gave them authority to process absentee ballot applications obtained through online portals, and then outfitted the ACLU workers with e-tablets to cancel absentee ballots outside of the county’s supervision.