Trump Ally Harrison Floyd Forced to Stay in Prison

When Harrison Floyd turned himself in to face charges for his role in helping former President Donald Trump challenge the results of the 2020 election in Georgia, he never expected to be locked up without a way out.

Despite being one of nineteen defendants in the case, Floyd is the only one who has not been granted a consent bond order allowing him to make a plea and leave.

His social media post of him driving into Atlanta with the caption “Lord Protect Me While Im in These Streets” conveys just how desperate his situation is.

This unjust detention has led many people to question why this is happening and what could be done to help set him free.

Floyd has been charged with violating the state’s RICO Act, conspiracy to commit solicitation of false statements and writings, and influencing witnesses.

The indictment against him alleges that he attempted to persuade an election worker named Ruby Freeman to declare that there was misconduct during the elections process taking place within Georgia.

The Fulton County District Attorney’s Office has yet to explain why Floyd does not have a consent bond order however, according to The Washington Post, it may have something do with an incident that took place back on February 23rd when FBI agents served Floyd with a subpoena at his Rockville Maryland residence.

According to an affidavit compiled by investigators regarding this incident, it claims that as soon as they arrived at his house they were met with aggression by Mr. Floyd who proceeded to body slam one agent and curse at others which had come along with them during their visit.

It was further reported that while trying serve Mr. Floyd a subpoena he asserted himself by stating “bro I don’t even know who you are…you’re two random guys who are following me up here, into my house, with my daughter…you’re not showing me a f***ing badge, you haven’t shown me s***. Get the f*** away from me.”

At some point during all this chaos apparently one agent had reached for their gun but other than these allegations no other evidence was provided or made available indicating what else had occurred which would lead up to Mr. Floyd’s arrest and detainment earlier down the line without any consent or. bond agreement being allowed beforehand either.

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