McCarthy Blasts Willis’ “Witch Hunt” Against Trump


Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy had some strong words for Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her RICO case against former President Donald Trump. McCarthy slammed the case, calling it a blatant attack on First Amendment protected activity. He didn’t hold back in criticizing Willis, saying the case stinks to high heaven and is nothing but a desperate attempt at political revenge.

As Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee heard motions to throw out the case, defense attorney Ashleigh Merchant made her case on Fox News, pointing out the absurdity of Willis targeting Trump’s actions as protected speech. McCarthy echoed these sentiments, highlighting the ridiculousness of trying to paint Trump and his associates as a criminal enterprise akin to the Gambino family. It’s as if Willis is playing a game of political chess with no regard for the law or reality.

McCarthy didn’t stop there; he went on to discuss how Willis’ actions not only trample on the First Amendment but also violate Trump’s Sixth Amendment right to counsel. It’s a brazen overreach that shows just how far some prosecutors will go to try to take down their political enemies. McCarthy made it clear that criminalizing political speech and association is a dangerous path that undermines the very foundation of our democracy.

In the end, it’s evident that Willis’ case against Trump is nothing more than a politically motivated witch hunt. It’s a sad state of affairs when prosecutors prioritize partisan agendas over the rule of law. Hopefully, Judge McAfee sees through this charade and puts an end to Willis’ baseless attacks. This case serves as a stark reminder of the importance of upholding our constitutional rights, even in the face of unjust political persecution. Let’s hope justice prevails in the end, and the real criminals are held accountable.

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