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No Coincidence That Fani Willis Is Indicting Trump This Week

  • There is no coin­ci­dence that Fani Willis is indict­ing Trump this week and Erick Erick­son is bring­ing the pres­i­den­tial can­di­dates to GA and the media will play that Trump is not elec­table and that the debate will high­light the alternative. 
  • Does Kemp have to stick his fin­ger in the eye of the GA GOP. The GA GOP is sol­id. Josh has gone on media out­lets and he is tak­ing on Fani Willis. Josh is fight­ing the bat­tle. The GA GOP is the grass­roots, it is MAGA, it is Amer­i­ca First. 
  • Bri­an Kemp: “Look­ing for­ward to speak­ing at The Gath­er­ing with Erick Erick­son on Fri­day and join­ing oth­er con­ser­v­a­tive lead­ers in shar­ing our vision for the future!”
  • He didn’t look for­ward to the GA GOP con­ven­tion. He doesn’t look for­ward to help­ing the GA GOP. The GA needs help finan­cial­ly to help inno­cent peo­ple against the attacks of Fani Willis with the help of the cor­rupt men of GA that iden­ti­fy as republicans. 
  • Ful­ton Co pros­e­cu­tor asks to start tri­al on March 4, 2024. Want­i­ng to destroy the lives of the ones charged in the GA case. Jen­na Ellis will flip. She will do all she can to help the DeSan­tis camp. 
  • Every­thing is set up. 
  • Appar­ent­ly Trump has Iran nuclear infor­ma­tion. But a demo­c­rat loves an Iran hostage sit­u­a­tion. Biden unfreezes $6B so Iran can get a nuclear weapon. 
  • Pro­posed Tri­al Start Dates for the Trump Indict­ments. Jan 2, 2024 — DOJ Elec­tion Inter­fer­ence, Mar 4, 2024 — GA Elec­tion Inter­fer­ence, Mar 25, 2024 — Man­hat­tan Hush Mon­ey, May 20, 2024 — Clas­si­fied Documents
  • They have laid it all out. Democ­rats went into a meet­ing with the men and women that call them­selves Repub­li­can to lay out the plan. The GA tri­al starts March 4, super tues­day is March 5, and GA pri­ma­ry is March 12
  • Trump’s GOP rivals make their cas­es in Atlanta at a post-indict­ment event. One lead­ing repub­li­can who has not been shy about push­ing back on Trump is Gov Bri­an Kemp who donat­ed $100K in cam­paign con­tri­bu­tions to co-spon­sor the event. “The 2020 elec­tion in GA was not stolen,” Kemp respond­ed to Trump, a state­ment that was quick­ly echoed by Pence and ex-NJ Gov Chris Christie. DeSan­tis also praised Kemp’s “thump­ing” reelec­tion win despite Trump’s vow to defeat him. 

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