Georgia State Legislator Urges Special Session to Investigate Fulton County DA's Actions Towards Trump
Republican Georgia State Sen. Colton Moore has urged for a special session of the state's General Assembly to examine the actions of Fulton ...
Republican Georgia State Sen. Colton Moore urges special session to examine charges against Trump
Republican Georgia State Sen. Colton Moore has urged for a special session of the state's General Assembly to examine the actions of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis regarding her charges against former President Donald Trump. In a letter to Governor Brian Kemp, Moore expressed his concerns about the charges brought against Trump and his allies for allegedly attempting to overturn the 2020 presidential election results. The request for a special session comes amidst ongoing political tensions surrounding the election and its aftermath.
Group of elected members request special session to address emergency situation
A group of elected members from the Georgia House of Representatives and Senate have signed a letter stating that they believe an emergency situation exists in the state. They are invoking Article IV, Section II, Paragraph VII(b) to request a special session to address this emergency. The letter also mentions that the special session should include a review and response to the actions of Fani Willis, although it does not provide further details about these actions. A copy of the letter has been sent to the Secretary of State.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice calls for defunding and potential impeachment of Fani Willis
In a statement to Breitbart News, Roy Moore, a former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, has called for the defunding and potential impeachment of Fani Willis, the district attorney in Fulton County, Georgia. Moore urged Governor Brian Kemp to either convene a session of the state assembly or have a majority of both legislative chambers demand a review of Willis' actions. The specific reasons behind Moore's call for action were not provided in the given content.
Legislator argues against using state dollars for "political persecution"
In an interview with The Hill, a legislator named Moore expressed his belief that a certain individual should be defunded of any state dollars. He argued that taxpayers in northwest Georgia and throughout the state should not have their money used to support what he called "political persecution." Moore also stated that if it is discovered that the individual in question is engaged in corrupt activities, she should be impeached.
Michael Moore criticizes left-leaning prosecutors for targeting political opponents
In a recent post, filmmaker Michael Moore expressed concern about what he perceives as an attack on America. He criticized left-leaning prosecutors for allegedly using their elected positions to target their political opponents. Moore's comments come in response to a 41-count indictment filed by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis against former President Donald Trump and 18 others. They are accused of violating Georgia's Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act and allegedly soliciting an official to violate their oath of office.
Georgia's RICO Act and call to action by spokesperson
The article discusses Georgia's RICO Act, which enables prosecutors to link multiple crimes committed by several defendants and argue that they were part of a criminal enterprise. The act allows for the prosecution of individuals involved in organized crime. The article also mentions a call to action by a spokesperson, encouraging Georgia citizens to contact their legislators and request a special session to address the issue. The spokesperson believes that there is a political persecution occurring and urges conservatives and all Georgians to voice their concerns.
Trial date set for RICO case against Trump and allies
Fani Willis, the district attorney in Fulton County, Georgia, has proposed starting the trial in her RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) case against former President Donald Trump and his allies approximately one week before the state's primary for the 2024 presidential election. The trial is set to begin on March 4, 2024, with arraignments for the defendants scheduled for the week of September 5. This comes as Trump is currently leading in the Republican Party for the 2024 presidential election.
Former President Trump to present evidence at press conference
Former President Donald Trump, who is currently facing four criminal indictments, has announced that he will present evidence at a press conference to support his claim that the 2020 presidential election was stolen. Trump has consistently denied any wrongdoing and believes that he is being targeted by politically motivated forces, referring to the investigations against him as a "witch hunt" orchestrated by the Biden administration and Democratic prosecutors in New York and Georgia.
Georgia Governor responds to Trump's claim of election fraud
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has responded to former President Donald Trump's claim that the 2020 election in Georgia was stolen. Kemp stated that there is no evidence to support this claim and that anyone with evidence of fraud has failed to present it in a court of law. He emphasized that Georgia's elections are secure, accessible, and fair, and will remain so as long as he is governor. Kemp also highlighted the importance of focusing on the future of the country in the upcoming 2024 elections.
Press conference announces deadline for voluntary surrender
During a press conference, it was announced that individuals with arrest warrants have been given until Friday, August 25 to voluntarily surrender. The details of the press conference were reported by Daniel Chaitin.