President Donald Trump’s spokeswoman, Liz Harrington, has sounded the alarm, warning that the United States is on the brink of losing its status as a constitutional republic if Trump is convicted on the latest charges in the Georgia election indictment. Harrington made these comments during an interview with EpochTV’s “Crossroads.” She emphasized the gravity of the situation and urged the public to understand “what’s really at stake here.”
In the indictment, Trump and 18 co-defendants face 13 counts alleging their attempts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who is known for her anti-Trump stance, has demanded that all defendants surrender voluntarily in Georgia by August 25 at noon.
Harrington condemned the charges against President Trump as an insult to the rule of law. She accused the corrupt district attorney’s office of filing the indictment before the grand jury had even convened. In her words, “this was another ‘show me the man, I’ll show you the fake crimes’ situation.” She stressed that the charges were nothing short of a joke and an affront to the rule of law.
Harrington went on to express her concern that if they can do this to President Trump, they can do it to anyone. She warned that if these charges stand, the country will no longer be a constitutional republic but a banana republic that suppresses anyone who disagrees with the government. She called attention to the countless individuals who have challenged the election results, highlighting that Trump was speaking on behalf of the concerned American people who wanted answers and transparency.
According to Harrington, this is not just about President Trump; it’s about the corrupt system that is eroding the foundations of the nation. She accused the corrupt district attorneys, prosecutors, and federal government of having nothing but disdain for the Constitution. In her view, they will continue to harass political dissidents and anyone who dares to challenge the ruling class. Harrington concluded by emphasizing that this fight goes beyond Trump and is about the future of the country as a whole.
Former Trump administration official Kash Patel also weighed in, accusing Fani Willis of lying to the world. He criticized her for claiming ignorance about how the indictment was presented and posted online. Patel argued that as the district attorney, she should be aware of every indictment with her name and stamp on it, and he found her excuses to be disingenuous.
In sum, Harrington and Patel’s remarks highlight the growing concern among Trump supporters about what they perceive as unfounded charges and a corrupt legal system that seeks to silence dissent. They believe that the future of the United States as a constitutional republic is at stake, warning that similar suppression could befall not only Trump but anyone who dares to challenge the ruling class.