If you thought the fourth indictment of Trump was a circus now, it’s really become a circus in light of the latest revelation from the joke of a courthouse in Atlanta.
“The Fulton County Clerk of Courts Office is now admitting it messed up when it posted an indictment against former President Trump on Monday before a grand jury voted to hand up one with official charges against him and 18 others,” the outlet reported.
So, in other words, the court just happened to release an indictment against Trump into the public domain before the grand jury even voted.
That’s quite the “error.”
Indeed, Reuters reported on the document that was likely deliberately released by court clerk, Ché Alexander.
A release that quickly caught the attention of Fulton County Court, if only because it makes their already pitiable case even weaker.
“Documents that do not bear an official case number, filing date, and the name of The Clerk of Courts, in concert, are not considered official filings and should not be treated as such,” the court declared.
No kidding! The question is … how was such a “fictitious” document released in the first place?
Needless to say, Ms. Alexander offered a rather tepid excuse for the release of the “fictitious” indictment.
“I am human … and that’s how the mishap happened,” she whined.
That’s her excuse? Really? That she’s human? Eh, ok.
Alexander also (unbelievably) claimed that she had “no dog in the fight.”
Yeah … right.
“I did a work sample in the system. And when I hit save, it went to the press queue,” she added defensively.
So, “save” means “send” in the courthouse? Really?
Is that the type of ballot counting that occurred in Fulton County?
Needless to say, her explanation underlying the use of the word “fictitious” was even more ridiculous.
“It wasn’t an official document. It wasn’t official charges. It was the dry run. It was a work sample … It was fictitious. It wasn’t real. It didn’t have a stamp on it,” she added.
Ah. Because the media really cares about fact-checking itself when it comes to anything regarding Trump.
Varied commenters online certainly found her excuse utterly preposterous, especially given how high the stakes are.
“The entire process is a sham. How could this woman ‘make a mistake’ on the highest profile case in the nation? The fact that the indictment was drafted in advance of the Grand Jury hearing smacks of fraud and intentional tampering. The case should be dismissed on this alone,” one person declared.
Well, in most situations, the case would and should be dismissed on that alone. After all, that’s the standard treatment gangbangers get in Biden’s system.
Then again, since it’s Trump, everything sticks. The more “fictitious,” the better.
Moreover, the “mistake” excuse begins to wear a little thin after a while, as someone else noted.
“Everyone understands that mistakes can be made, but how many times in the last few years have ‘mistakes’ been made by the DOJ, FBI, White House and Media, starting with the admitted (by both sides) mistakes of the 2020 election, thru the Covid ‘misinformation’ coming to light, the infamous ‘Russian’ Hunter laptop, right up to cameras ‘not working’ to find who left crack in the White House, with dozens more ‘mistakes’ in between. That excuse is starting to defy imagination,” someone else uttered.
Biden’s entire presidency has clearly defied imagination, and the only more unbelievable occurrence would be Biden 2024.
Which is exactly why everyone must make every effort to vote the entire criminal cadre out of office.
Author: Ofelia Thornton