He needs to stop dicking around and go with the program…
Donald Trump would step on him and back up and do it again….
Take care of yourself and the ‘System’….
Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows suffered a major setback Wednesday in his attempt to be protected from conviction in Georgia as he fights to move the state prosecution to federal court.
In a 10-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Steve Jones rejected Meadows’s motion for a stay as his battle to move his charges out of state court continues. Meadows still has pending motions with two other courts seeking a similar pause.
Meadows faces two counts in Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’s (D) sprawling racketeering indictment, which charged former President Trump and 18 other individuals for their efforts to overturn the state’s 2020 election results. Meadows and the other co-defendants all pleaded not guilty.
Meadows has argued that the allegations against him were within the scope of his duties as White House chief of staff, so the charges must be moved to federal court so he can attempt to assert immunity….
As of now, prosecutors are able to proceed in state court to bring Meadows to trial and attempt to convict him. They had opposed the request for a pause.
Though his trial date has not yet been set, Meadows has raised concerns that he could be convicted before his battle to move the charges is resolved…..