7 Things Mark Meadows Staked His Career On
So Mark Meadows, Trump’s morally broken onetime chief of staff, has pleaded not guilty. He did not, he says, participate in an illegal scheme to try to overturn the results of the 2020 election in Georgia. He will not appear in court in Atlanta this week.
The superior court judge in Fulton county had scheduled arraignment hearings for Meadows, Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Kenneth Chesebro, Sidney “Release the Kraken” Powell, John Eastman, Jenna Willis and umpteen others charged and mugshotted in that gargantuan indictment last month. On Tuesday morning, all of the defendants pleaded not guilty, and waived their rights to an arraignment hearing.
Just because it’s hard to keep track of all the nodes in the various crime sprees, let me at least give some background on Meadows.
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