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Trump Booked and Released From Fulton County Jail, Posts Picture of Real Mugshot

Trump Booked and Released From Fulton County Jail, Posts Picture of Real Mugshot

“This is yet another SAD DAY IN AMERICA!”

President Donald Trump went to the Fulton County Jail, where he was booked and released. Trump posted the real one with his commentary:

The hearing where Trump will plead not guilty will happen early next month.

Trump referenced his interview with Tucker Carlson that took place on Wednesday during the GOP debate:

231,000,000 Views, and still counting. The Biggest Video on Social Media, EVER, more than double the Super Bowl! But please excuse me, I have to start getting ready to head down to Atlanta, Georgia, where Murder and other Violent Crimes have reached levels never seen before, to get ARRESTED by a Radical Left, Lowlife District Attorney, Fani Willis, for A PERFECT PHONE CALL, and having the audacity to challenge a RIGGED & STOLEN ELECTION. THE EVIDENCE IS IRREFUTABLE! ARREST TIME: 7:30 P.M.

Then Trump took some shots at Fulton County DA Fani Willis:

Why is there so much MURDER in Atlanta? Why is there so much Violent Crime? People are afraid to go outside to buy a loaf of bread! One big reason is that failed District Attorney, Fani Willis, who is campaigning and fundraising off “get Trump” (much like the others!), doesn’t have the Time, Money, or Interest to go after the real criminals, even the REALLY Violent ones, that are destroying Atlanta, and its once beautiful culture and way of life. This is yet another SAD DAY IN AMERICA!

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I WAS ON NTD News TV (an affiliate of Epoch Times) for almost an hour tonight as part of a panel on the Trump Georgia indictment and arraignment.


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When will prosecutions of the prosecutors commence?

    when pigs fly,….don’t prosecutors have immunity?

      amwick in reply to MarkS. | August 24, 2023 at 7:50 pm

      I thought presidents had something like that. SMH

      CincyJan in reply to MarkS. | August 24, 2023 at 8:01 pm

      For dereliction of duty? I would expect there to be minimal standards of conduct. This is so obviously a political prosecution that actually undermines national trust in the justice system, that I would be surprised if there were not sanctions for such actions. But I am not a lawyer, and I didn’t even play one on TV. Fani Willis is the one apparently playing a lawyer on TV.

      JohnSmith100 in reply to MarkS. | August 24, 2023 at 8:13 pm

      If Dems can trump up charges, surely we can do the same.

      TargaGTS in reply to MarkS. | August 24, 2023 at 8:44 pm

      Civil immunity. No one in government – with the possible exception of the sitting president – enjoys criminal immunity, which is often misunderstood. And, even immunity for the president is very unsettled and largely untested.

      Ira in reply to MarkS. | August 24, 2023 at 8:56 pm

      Sometimes there are statutes or rules covering misdeeds of prosecutors. Duke lacrosse prosecutor Mike Nifong served a whole day in jail for his misdeeds.

        JohnSmith100 in reply to Ira. | August 24, 2023 at 10:48 pm

        The key to my business success was near certainty that people who are dishonest or crooked in one aspect of how they conducted themselves, were likely doing the same across the board. I successfully destroyed a fair number of them, not all, but enough to make a difference.

          MarkSmith in reply to JohnSmith100. | August 25, 2023 at 2:52 pm

          Nifong is and interesting case. I watch a docuseries called The Staircase. I though Peterson killed his wife, but after the Duke case my opinion has changed.

    Concise in reply to JohnSmith100. | August 24, 2023 at 9:19 pm

    The problem was letting these goon thug hacks get away with things, from Lois Lerner’s IRS to the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane and more, with zero accountability This massive coordinated abuse of prosecutorial authority to interfere in the next presidential election now requires fundamental reform, in addition to some (figurative) head rolling. Otherwise the country is lost. Of course, I’m hoping it hasn’t gone too far for reform already.

      jimB in reply to Concise. | August 25, 2023 at 8:14 am

      John: I look at the law schools today and conclude that we are lost. Feelgood law predominates. DAs won’t prosecute disadvantaged classes regardless. Alito’s magisterial opinion in Dobbs is widely criticized. Racist admission rules are crafted in order to disobey the spirit of the law. IN LAW SCHOOLS!
      I think we are “done for”.

    Sanddog in reply to JohnSmith100. | August 24, 2023 at 10:55 pm


    McConnell, Ronna Romney McDaniels and the rest of the backstabbing hacks of the GOPe won’t do a thing. In fact, they’ll help the fascists.

Worse day in American history, because if theirs is allowed to stand

America is no more

From the real Flotus

Supporting her hero, our hero

    GravityOpera in reply to gonzotx. | August 26, 2023 at 1:21 am

    MLK jr. is another of Trump’s opponents? I can’t wait to hear how he’s part of the uniparty deep state!

No one else could have exposed the extent of the corruption that is now so clear, so there’s at least a chance it can be remedied. Otherwise, it would have remained hidden.

    Great point. Silver lining on a dark, dark cloud. Maybe.

    henrybowman in reply to oldschooltwentysix. | August 24, 2023 at 10:37 pm

    Many people “could have.” None of them did.

      Disagree because it’s the manner in which they have gone after him, unlike any other figure American political history, that exposed the corruption. They did it to themselves. But it would not have happened without the perfect foil to justify the abuses that are now plain to see.

        henrybowman in reply to oldschooltwentysix. | August 25, 2023 at 4:06 pm

        Don’t know how you could possibly disagree. There any number of people in Washington who know where the skeletons are and could have exposed them. But rather than support the constitution, they choose to play along. What the swamp did to the person who did so is irrelevant and after the fact.

        On retrospect, I would also exclude Edward Snowden from this blanked condemnation. I wonder if Trump understands the parallel between Ed’s situation and his own now, or if it’s still lost on him. Maybe shoulda pardoned him, Donnie.

Trump is 6-3 and 215 pounds? At 77 years old?

Damn, I’m jealous. I’m 5-11 and 195, 64, in reasonably good health and I have nowhere near the amount of energy and stamina that Trump displays. If I even make it to 77, I’ll wish I can keep my weight reasonable — it’s tougher the older you get. And match his energy at that age? No way.

    Olinser in reply to alien. | August 24, 2023 at 8:28 pm

    Yeah seriously. I’m 5-10, and after losing 30 lbs in the last 6 months, I’m still at 213.

    TargaGTS in reply to alien. | August 24, 2023 at 8:49 pm

    I’m in my 50s and also 6’3″ 210…and it’s an unbelievable challenge to stay there. It’s amazing how much your metabolism slows down in your late 40s. If I ate today what I ate just a decade ago, I would be 240, easy.

      Older folks should be sure to have thyroid hormone levels checked. Hypothyroidism is common (low levels) and under-diagnosed, which would mean a lower metabolism and tendency to gain weight.

    RNJD in reply to alien. | August 24, 2023 at 11:07 pm

    Based on the reporting I’ve seen, his height & weight at the jail were “self reported”. Sort of like being at the DMV. So, his numbers may have been fudged a tad.

      alien in reply to RNJD. | August 25, 2023 at 7:56 am

      I saw that, too. So far, no confirmation or denial — just a lot of noise on social and traditional media.

      If I was booked tomorrow, could I “self-report” that I’m purple, with green hair, 9 foot tall and weigh 45 pounds? And they’d put that on the official record? Heh – yeah, probably.

      Paul in reply to RNJD. | August 25, 2023 at 9:09 am

      I’m also 6’3″ and I can assure you, there is no way in hell he weights 210 pounds. Looking at him I would venture to guess he weights about 275.

    chrisboltssr in reply to alien. | August 25, 2023 at 9:36 am

    I’m 5’11”, 255 lbs. I’ve been a high as 294 lbs, but I train BJJ and exercise almost daily. The belt far is completely stubborn.

When is Fani Willis going to be interviewed about her makeup routines and tips, like AOC?

Taking a mug shot is a disgrace, not to mention that you can virtually kill someone and get out with no bail.

Trump looks like he has a purpose. He’s 100% right that he did nothing wrong and that this is a the most clear case of election inteference in American history.

Made it almost 250 years as an exceptional country. Those doing this are un-American and the damge they have caused will go down in infamy.

They are charging on the basis that DJT tried to overthrow an election that he knew was legit. So I’m no lawyer but wouldn’t they have to prove that he truly believed the results but tried to subvert them anyway? Perhaps DJT will be able to enter all the evdence showing ballot stuffing, fake broken pipes. as influencing his state of mind in challenging the results. This may come back to bite Fani on the Fanny.

    henrybowman in reply to JimWoo. | August 24, 2023 at 10:38 pm

    Trump has been crowing for some time that the right of discovery his indictments give him is going to blow the election up in their faces.

      gonzotx in reply to henrybowman. | August 24, 2023 at 10:47 pm

      Amd I hope he’s allowed to

      I have had the same thought. Haven’t the Dems opened the door to investigating the election with open arms?

        Ironclaw in reply to jb4. | August 24, 2023 at 11:21 pm

        If the election were as honest as their lies indicate, they’d have invited the investigations in 2020.

        Paul in reply to jb4. | August 25, 2023 at 9:28 am

        Everyone has been speculating that they timed this indictment to interfere with the upcoming election.

        Perhaps the real reason they waited this long is to finish the cleanup job on their chicanery from the last election.

          WTPuck in reply to Paul. | August 25, 2023 at 10:56 am

          Good point. Hadn’t thought of that. Actually, I presumed they destroyed all the evidence immediately after 2020. But maybe it’s in FJB’s Corvette garage.

          Pepsi_Freak in reply to Paul. | August 25, 2023 at 5:34 pm

          Could be. As I understand it, they are required by Federal law to preserve the documents and evidence from the election for 22 months after the election, so they may have been very busy lately destroying evidence.

      Robert Barnes, Esq. claimed that Trump sent him to GA to investigate and that he found nearly 10,000 mail in ballots dated after the death of the named voter

      Well, he claims to already have the kraken to blow the election up in their faces, and claims to have had it for 2 1/2 years. He was supposed to release all of this on Monday. So what is he waiting for?

        henrybowman in reply to JR. | August 25, 2023 at 4:10 pm

        There’s a small possibility it’s because his lawyers told him to shut up and he actually listened to them for once.

        Pepsi_Freak in reply to JR. | August 25, 2023 at 5:41 pm

        Did you look at the transcript of his speech on 6 January? He laid the fraud (or his allegations of the fraud) out in detail, including dead people voting, imprisoned felons voting, people living at vacant lots voting, etc.

        Remember, he only needs to find “one plus the winning margin” of fraudulent/illegal votes to cause the election not to be capable of being certified as valid.

    MarkS in reply to JimWoo. | August 25, 2023 at 7:23 am

    don’t forget that Act 101 in the indictment is Trump is being charged with telling people to watch a televised public hearing.

    George S in reply to JimWoo. | August 25, 2023 at 12:29 pm

    In law, your belief does not matter. What matters is the belief must be reasonable. For example: I shot because he was charging me with a knife vs. I shot because he is a robot sent from the future to kill me.

    Trump need prove nothing. In fact the state must explain how an election is overturned. Did Trump attempt to forge ballots? Threaten Electors with violence? Attempt to destroy ballots? Sabotage voting machines? Those are separate and specific crimes in and of themselves and MUST be listed in the charging indictment. But they weren’t.

    Not only that, but no individual can overturn an election even if he has all the evidence in the world that the election was rigged. Only the state legislature can recall the Electors or appoint a new slate. And even then the House of Representatives must vote on it.

    Pepsi_Freak in reply to JimWoo. | August 25, 2023 at 5:29 pm

    I can only believe she was too dense to realize this. She has handed him the court hearing on election fraud the (captive?) local judges denied him on grounds of standing or laches. What was that saying about being hoist by one’s own petard?

I can only hope the Deep State gets their due

    wendybar in reply to Skip. | August 25, 2023 at 4:50 am

    Good and HARD.

    MarkS in reply to Skip. | August 25, 2023 at 7:15 am

    LOL, you do you suppose will make that happen?

    gonzotx in reply to Skip. | August 25, 2023 at 11:07 am

    Hope is not a stradgy , we need a plan and 1000’s of good lawyers to step up to the plate

    Where are they?


    And yes, if I were a lawyer I would volunteer knowing what it might cost me

    But alone we will fall, together we may all hang but at least we didn’t stand by and watch this great Country be destroyed by the cabal of Obama, Soros, WEF

    I’m willing to volunteer to
    E sweat amd money, I just need to be directed

    My local Representative is useless, my governor is a rino, I donate, I talk to people, I wrote. Call
    It’s not enough

    Does anyone know of an organization gearing up that looks like it could be of assistance to President Trump

    Lots of lawyers here, maybe you aren’t able but maybe you k ow good legal heads that are retired and unafraid or just plain angry?

    Don’t have to love President Trump to know the wind is not blowing the right way

      RNJD in reply to gonzotx. | August 25, 2023 at 2:32 pm

      It isn’t that easy, gonzo. I suspect most of the lawyers here are not licensed to practice in the jurisdictions where Mr. Trump is charged. Such an attorney can be added pro hac vice, which is a legal term for adding an attorney to a case in a jurisdiction in which they are not licensed. It has to be accomplished according to local rules so that the added attorney does not commit the unauthorized practice of law. In the jurisdictions where I’ve practiced, attorneys who practice pro hac vice must do so with a local lawyer acting as local counsel.

      Additionally there is the very real issue of competence within the narrow scope of the law charged. While a lawyer might have a strong personal opinion about someone’s guilt or innocence, that’s a far cry from being a competent advocate. (See, Jenna Ellis, Sydney Powell, et. al.)

      If you really want to help, the Trump campaign is selling his mugshot T-shirt on their website, starting at the low-low contribution level of $47.

omg. and i used to mock the soviet union/russia. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

thalesofmiletus | August 25, 2023 at 8:55 am

This is America’s Tiananmen Square moment. If no one stops the regime, they’ll roll right over us. Trump is the one standing in front of the tanks.

Is the Democratic strategy of attempting to destroy Trump through criminal prosecutions backfired? Will additional opportunistic local prosecutors climb on board make the tactic look as dangerous as it is?

While a few million watched the Republican presidential primary candidates’ debate, Tucker Carlson’s interview of candidate Trump attracted an estimated audience which viewed all or part of the interview was in excess of 230,000,000, making it the most viewed social media event in history. Such a number suggests something is going on that neither President Biden nor his campaign strategists considered.

    They are so used to “winning” over the years that I doubt they either care or understand. They could care less if it were a pyrrhic victory since destruction of the USA as they see it is their goal anyway. For those that have little to lose, any outcome is suitable. I firmly believe that they will do anything and everything to get their way…. it’s not their hill to die on but to kill for. They have enough of the control of the country to roll the dice, especially since they can fabricate any false flag that they want and have it stick.

    The 200+ million ain’t accurate. The overwhelming majority of that count is is bias in how the algorithms assign a ‘view’. No flipping way more than 15-20 million max actually WATCHED the TC interview. The remainder is algorithm hocus pocus. Almost everyone understands this.

    About 26 million people watched the 1st debate in ’15 with Trump on stage. About 12 million watched this years first debate without him on stage. The remaining 14 million probably were interested enough to watch the counter program TC interview of Trump. The polling supports this in that about 55-60% of GoP respondents support Trump and the remaining GoP respondents support another GoP candidate.

    Trying to shoe horn 200+ million ‘views’ into a calim of organic support for Trump when we all know damn well that isn’t close to accurate undercuts the credibility of those who make the claim. There were about 156 million ballots cast in ’20.

    Are we to now believe that the number of folks who care enough to WATCH a debate or counter programmed long form interview pre labor day the year prior to the general election has grown from 26 million in ’16 to a combined number approaching 250 million? Get real.

    This is the sort of exaggerated claim that causes folks to question everything else the MAGADONIANS have to say. It hurts your ability to effectively persuade others and diminishes your ability to function as a successful surrogate for Trump.