John Eastman Booked and Released on Bail

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Attorney John Eastman was booked and released on bail on Tuesday as the caravan of Trump’s defendants begin their descent into Fulton County Jail, turning themselves in and getting mug shots.

Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee on Monday set bond for Eastman at $100,000.

Also booked on Tuesday was Scott Hall, a Georgia bail bondsman and Republican poll watcher charged with seven counts, whose bail was set by Judge McAfee for $10,000.

After he was processed and booked at the jail facility, Eastman stepped outside and quadrupled down on his election denialism, saying he “absolutely” still believed Trump was cheated out of his rightful win in the 2020 election.

Coming soon, later today, we can look forward to the mug shot of America’s Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

Giuliani’s lawyers are expected to meet early Wednesday at the DA’s office to finalize his terms of bail. Giuliani has secured local counsel but will be joined by his buddy Bernie Kerik to hold his hand through the process.

Of course the Big Cheese will be headed to Fulton County Jail on Thursday, where McAfee set his bail at $200,000.

All defendants have until Friday at noon to turn themselves in.


Georgia GOP chair David Schafer and Coffee County GOP Chair Cathy Latham turned themselves in at 2:30am this morning.

Several other co-defendants negotiated bonds on Monday and Tuesday including Trump campaign attorney Kenneth Chesebro ($100,000), Georgia attorney Ray Smith ($50,000), Georgia state Senator Shawn Still ($10,000), former Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis ($100,000), former Georgia Republican Party chair David Shafer ($75,000), former Coffee County GOP Chair Cathy Latham ($75,000), and campaign operative and former Pennsylvania GOP ward leader Mike Roman ($50,000).

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