BREAKING: Fulton County DA’s Shocking Move in Trump-Georgia Case – You Won’t Believe the Date

In a move that has sent shockwaves through the political landscape, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has proposed a commencement trial date of March 4, 2024, for the Georgia election case involving former President Donald Trump and 18 other defendants. This date is strategically placed one day before Super Tuesday, a pivotal moment in the primary cycle that can make or break a presidential campaign.

The timing of this proposed trial date is no mere coincidence. It’s a calculated maneuver designed to cast a shadow over the largest number of delegates up for grabs on any single day in the primary cycle. With roughly 14 primaries set to be held across the country, the implications of this trial date are far-reaching.

Trump and his allies were indicted by a Fulton County grand jury, accused of committing various crimes to keep Trump in power after his 2020 election loss to Democrat Joe Biden. The proposed trial date, however, raises questions about the political motivations behind the timing.

The dates for arraignments are also proposed for the week of Sept. 5, but these are only proposals for now and must be signed by a judge to become official. The proximity to Super Tuesday is a clear attempt to influence public opinion and sway the political tide.

While Trump faces other legal battles, including a trial in New York and a federal case brought by special counsel Jack Smith, the Fulton County DA’s shocking move in the Trump-Georgia case is a stark reminder of the political gamesmanship that continues to plague our justice system.

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