Mike Davis Calls for State AGs to Investigate Biden Administration’s Alleged Criminal Conspiracy Against Trump

In this segment from Real America Voice, Mike Davis discusses the potential for state attorneys general in Georgia and Florida to open criminal conspiracy probes into President Biden’s administration. Davis alleges that President Biden, along with key aides and officials such as Jonathan Sue, Merrick Garland, Matthew Colangelo, and others, has orchestrated a criminal conspiracy to violate the civil rights of Donald Trump and his associates. He asserts that these actions represent a politicization and weaponization of the justice system aimed at eliminating political opponents.

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Davis highlights the various indictments against Trump in New York City, the Southern District of Florida, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C., describing them as malicious prosecutions. He calls for state AGs, particularly in Georgia and Florida, to initiate criminal investigations into these alleged conspiracies. However, he notes the political reality that both state attorneys general in question are aligned with politicians who may benefit from Trump’s political downfall, which complicates the likelihood of such probes being launched.

Despite this, Davis argues that opening these investigations is crucial for upholding the rule of law and addressing the alleged abuses of power by the Biden administration.

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