Have you seen the video where the results of elections were known in advance? Or perhaps watched voter counts shrink on live television.
Kabuki theater is happening in America. Or a kangaroo court, take your pick. Because it seems that Georgia knows the outcome of the case against Trump. As Pelosi said, “Doesn’t Trump deserves his day in court to prove his innocence?”
That’s not how things work, Nancy. Particularly given how the Left works. And how the Left works was on full display in Fulton County Georgia.
Officials there posted a document, then deleted that same document that appeared to be the indictment against former President Donald Trump.
But there’s a problem.
A document that showed a number of charges under Trump’s name appeared on the Fulton County clerk’s website on Monday around noon. Shortly thereafter the document was quickly taken down.
When the grand jury voted on the indictment later that evening, Trump was charged with exactly the same counts that had appeared on the clerk’s website. How is that possible, given that the announcement came hours before the grand jury had completed its work?
The coverup begins.
Initially, on Monday, county officials called the deleted document “fictitious”. But the story changed on Tuesday.
A day later, county officials moved from calling the incident “fictitious”, implying that citizens who caught the incident were liars, to calling the incident a “trial run”.
Interestingly, county officials offered that the trial run occurred to “test” the system of posting indictments in anticipation of the grand jury’s vote. And miraculously, it bears repeating that the grand jury vote contained the exact information that appeared in the indictment against Trump.
In the spirit of Leftist transparency, Fulton County officials have yet to explain why the document posted clearly matched the exact charges the grand jury actually issued hours later.
But as they say in those infomercials, “But wait! There’s more!” On Wednesday, the story changed again.
Fulton County Clerk Ché Alexander explained the unexplainable in an interview with Atlanta ABC affiliate WSB-TV:
She says she was under a lot of pressure to make sure the process went smoothly. In trying to be perfect she says she made a mistake.
She says she hit send instead of hitting save. “I am human,” she said. And she says she wanted to get the documents to the public as soon as possible.
“And that’s how the mishap happened.”
If you’ve seen a hostage video, then you know what Alexander looked like.
And like a hostage, Alexander did her duty and fell on the sword:
Alexander said this had nothing to do with the D.A.’s office and there was nothing sinister about the mistake she made.
“I have no dog in the fight,” she pointed out.
She says in an effort to handle the indictment perfectly she messed up. “I did a work sample in the system. And when I hit save, it went to the press queue.”
Again, no explanation of why the information matched the grand jury’s information. Just one civil servant stepping up to take the fall.
Why should everybody go down for her “honest” mistake? Let’s review how “honest” this mistake was:
Some news reporters saw it before it was deleted. At least one outlet published it.
Alexander says what was published was unofficial. “It wasn’t an official document. It wasn’t official charges. It was the dry run. It was a work sample,” she said.
A dry run? I’d like to have a “dry run” at the next lottery, wouldn’t you?
But I love Alexander’s twisted explanation of the “discrepancy” of the similarities between her “test” document that was just her “mistake”:
Even though it had a case number. But Alexander says it didn’t have a stamp or other markings that would have made it official.
Jones asked her why did she release a statement calling the document “fictitious.”
“That was the best word that I could come up with. It was fictitious. It wasn’t real. It didn’t have a stamp on it,” she stated.
Jones asked her why she didn’t just say it was an error. Alexander says the word ‘fictitious’ is what her team came up with…
Just a poor choice in words. And don’t worry about why the “test run” and the grand jury results were the same. There’s no proof of collusion or a predetermined outcome. Just like the outcome of the President Election of 2020.
Why did Alexander make such a big mistake jam-packed with so many excuses? She explains
Alexander says she was under a lot of worldwide pressure to get this right. Now she says she just wants to explain what happened and get back to work. “I tell my staff we just want to be transparent. I don’t have anything to hide,” Alexander said.
Alexander says her mistake had no impact on the grand jury and its decision.
Well at least that last part is true. Nothing she could say or do would impact that grand jury. as it already made up its mind before any actual evidence was presented.
As in the movie Minority Report, Donald Trump committed a pre-crime. All Georgia will do is prosecute Trump for a crime they say he was destined to commit. Again, ignoring Biden and the crimes he actually committed.