Fani Willis Asks Court to Revoke Bond of Trump Co-Defendant

The Fulton County DA cited Trump co-defendant Harrison Floyd’s inflammatory social media posts

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis moved Wednesday to revoke the bond of Harrison Floyd, one of Donald Trump’s co-defendants in the sprawling RICO case. Willis cited numerous social media posts of Floyd’s, which targeted witnesses in the case such as Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, Georgia elections official Gabriel Sterling, poll worker Ruby Freeman and others.

In recent months, we have reported on Floyd’s inappropriate social media attacks. In late August, the defendant liked a tweet from Georgia Lt. Governor Burt Jones attacking Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her “cabal” claiming they “are coming after you and everyone else who disagrees with them.”

A couple weeks ago, Floyd and fellow election denier Kandiss Taylor, a Georgia GOP district chair, suggested executing political opponents during a podcast appearance.

Floyd was originally the only co-defendant in the case to remain in jail for a short time after being booked after he rejected advice of counsel to set up a bond prior to turning himself in.


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