Harrison Floyd, Leader of ‘Black Voices for Trump’, Faces Jail Time for “Crime” of Exercising First Amendment Rights

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D) and lawyers for a defendant in the Georgia racketeering case involving former President Trump will face off in court Tuesday as the state’s top prosecutor seeks to revoke Harrison Floyd’s bond over incendiary social media posts.

Floyd, a leader of Black Voices for Trump who was charged alongside the former president, could see his pretrial freedom revoked over social media posts that prosecutors have portrayed as an attempt to obstruct justice by intimidating future witnesses and communicating “directly and indirectly” with co-defendants in the case.

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Floyd is the first of 19 defendants at risk of being detained over his posts, which prosecutors claim violate the pretrial release conditions he agreed to after being charged in the sweeping case that centers on an alleged criminal enterprise to overturn Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results to benefit Trump.

It raises questions over how Willis might approach similar concerns with Trump’s own inflammatory social media as a future trial creeps closer.

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