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Trump's latest indictment comes with a mandatory minimum prison sentence.

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This is from an email I got from an organization I follow, and occasionally donate to. I only changed things that directly call me by name and such to protect myself. With those exceptions, this is word-for-word exactly what the email said.




Dear MoveOn member,

Last night, Donald Trump was indicted for the fourth time, and the charges lay out exactly what Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis believes Trump to be: an organized crime boss.

Trump was charged with 13 felonies related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia, and 18 of his co-conspirators are charged as well, including Rudy Giuliani, his former chief of staff Mark Meadows, Sidney Powell, and John Eastman. The charges are all damning, but one stands out above the rest.

Trump is being charged under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act statute in Georgia, more commonly known as RICO. If that word rings a bell, it's probably because you've heard it in a mafia movie, as RICO is most often used in cases involving organized crime. And that's exactly what this effort was.

There are two important differences between this indictment in Georgia and the federal indictments Trump is currently facing. First, the RICO charge in Georgia is the first charge in any of the indictments that comes with a mandatory minimum sentence, five years in prison. Second, unlike the federal indictments, Trump will have no way to make this case in Georgia go away or pardon himself from the charges—even if he wins the 2024 election.

MoveOn is determined to ensure Trump not only loses the 2024 election but that he is also finally held accountable for his crimes—and to the fullest extent of the law. That will require us to run the largest presidential election campaign in our 25-year history, and we can do it only with your help.

MoveOn has been preparing for this moment for months, and we are ready to stand at the forefront of the fight against Donald Trump. Here is just some of what we have planned:

A massive effort to disqualify Trump from the ballot. The 14th Amendment makes it clear that no person who engaged in insurrection against the United States may ever hold office again. We are calling on secretaries of state across the country to do their constitutional duty by refusing to certify Trump as a candidate for president, and our call is gaining momentum. Just last week, two conservative lawyers from the Federalist Society joined our call to disqualify Trump. Our petition has almost 400,000 signatures.

A huge ad campaign to ensure that voters know exactly what crimes Trump has committed. Polling is beginning to show that these indictments are causing Trump to lose support, but we need to educate voters so that people who don't closely follow the news know about the crimes and are motivated to ensure that Trump loses. We are planning a huge, monthslong ad campaign to hammer that message home all the way until Election Day.

The largest voter turnout campaign we have ever run. As these charges remind us, Trump lost Georgia by only a razor-thin margin, which means that every single vote is critical. MoveOn will be expanding our successful work from 2020 and 2022 to turn out "high-potential voters"—voters of color and young voters who otherwise may not vote—in swing districts and states, using innovative digital and on-the-ground strategies.

Before this year, no president or former president of the United States had ever been charged with a crime.

Over the last five months, Trump has been charged with 91 felonies.

After so many years of getting away with his crimes scot-free, it finally seems that the chickens are coming home to roost.

And yet, Trump is still the unrivaled front-runner for the Republican nomination, and polling has him in a dead heat with President Biden in a general election matchup.

That means the work MoveOn is doing to hammer home the message to voters about Trump's criminality and disqualification from holding public office could not be more important.

We have a real opportunity to put a stop to Donald Trump and the MAGA movement once and for all in 2024.

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It was coming for Trump. The guy has always been someone who thinks he is better than anyone else and that no one, not even the law can touch him and he can do as he likes. 

Both times he has been in court or seeing leaving or heading to the courts he's looked worried and tried to hide it. I can for sure say that he's not hiding it very well.

I hope they throw the book at him for everything he has done, it's a shame that there are still so many ignorant people in the world that believe he can do no wrong. 

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He's facing 91 felonies. Yes, literally 91. With that many, it's guaranteed that he will be convicted for at least one of them. If it's only one conviction, I hope it's the most serious one that would get him the most prison time out of them all. He's so arrogant, that he honestly thinks he's superior to everyone, and everything. He views himself as some sort of god. Like he's the second coming, or some other bullshit. He's the only President in American history to have been impeached twice and face a massive felony count after leaving office. Or any felonies for that matter.

He's finished. He's toast. But at least we know he has no problem wearing orange.



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Trump faces 91 felony counts in 4 different states and the headline of this topic is correct that if Trump is guilty in Georgia, there is no probation, house arrest, or parole. It is automatically a minimum of 5 years in the slammer. And Fulton County Jail is no punk, Trump will feel really uncomfortable there. Inmates are dying due to rampant bed bugs and excessive heat. The latest indictment in Georgia Trump is charged with 13 felonies and 18 of his co-conspirators are also charged. And this week those traitors are all turning themselves in to the county jail. Trump will turn himself in tomorrow. Here is what he's charged with in Georgia:

1) Violation of the Georgia RICO (Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act)

2) Solicitation of violation of oath by public officer

3) Conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer

4) Conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree

5) Conspiracy to commit false statements and writings

6) Conspiracy to commit Filing false documents

7) Conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree

8] Conspiracy to commit false statements and writings

9) Filing false documents

10) Solicitation of violation of oath by public officer

11) False statements and writings

12) Solicitation of violation of oath by public officer

13) False statements and writings

Trump's documents case in Florida, he tried to obstruct the investigation by telling his employee at Mar a Lago to delete surveillance videos. That added 4 extra felony obstruction charges for Trump. And that witness Trump tried to coerce just switched lawyers and flipped on Trump to the prosecutors. That alone is gonna get Trump locked up. 

Trump has 34 felony counts in New York for using campaign money to pay off a porn star he cheated on his wife with

37 felony counts in Florida for taking classified documents and an extra 4 felony obstruction counts which is being handled in D.C.

4 felony counts in D.C. for conspiring to overturn an election

The republicans are having their first debate tonight I think and Trump is not going to participate obviously because he's a coward and doesn't want to face any questions. Almost all of those candidates do not want to criticize Trump and have even said if they were president, they would pardon Trump. With Trump, co-conspirators all charged with conspiracy of a coup attempt, fake elector conspirators in several states, that party has broken America's trust permanently. Best thing any moderate republican can do is form a new party. Even republicans in congress are now trying to obstruct Trump's investigations by trying to defund or impeach prosecutors. Georgia republicans are now trying to impeach prosecutor Fani Willis for Trump's indictments. That's the GOP or Grand Obstruction Party for you. 

Meanwhile, Trump and republicans are losing it. Even the Republican National Committee is telling all constituents to avoid all media and report any reporter that tries to talk to them. They are telling them to hide, do not linger in public places, basically to lock themselves away and be secretive. This is an entire political party folks, avoiding the public eye as much as possible just like they were some sort of mafia racketeering organization. They are becoming more and more reclusive, pushing themselves further away from the public just like a cult would. This is no joke and no lie folks, the RNC is telling their party members to hide no matter what. This is fascism in a nutshell, to be secretive like a cult and try to punish all who get in the way. 

Trump is now making jokes about fleeing to Russia hoping that Putin will reaffirm their friendship and offer him sanctuary. Thing is, he has secret service still protecting him, so it will be pretty hard for him to try and take off. 

This is all one of the biggest disgraces to the USA in all its history. We are living in a big historical period. The GOP has fallen to the dark side and there is no coming out of it. They need to form a new party. Trump's supporters have posted the names and addresses of the Georgia jury and they are now threatening them. MAGA is one step away from becoming a full blown terrorist organization and the republican party is one step away from being declared an organized crime family. 


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