Harrison Floyd, Former Director of BLACK VOICES FOR TRUMP, is the First Trump Ally to be Booked and JAILED WITHOUT BOND in the Georgia Election Fraud Case. BREAKING–JUST IN: Harrison Floyd, former director of Black Voices for Trump, has also been charged with ASSAULTING AN FBI AGENT in Maryland
Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, says this is a bad situation for the country and could have been avoided. Whyte wants to take this opportunity to warn all born-again-saved Christians again to get out of the devilish game of politics other than exercise their privilege and right to vote. Whyte says Christians should stop evangelizing for their political candidates and evangelize for the LORD JESUS CHRIST because, as he has said before, the problem with the nation is not politics; the problem is that the Church has not obeyed the Great Commandment or the Great Commission of the Lord Jesus Christ. The Church needs to humble herself, pray, seek God’s face, turn from her wicked ways, repent of her sins, and get back to her first love–THE LORD JESUS CHRIST, and then obey these commandments from the Lord Jesus Christ:
The Great Commandment:
“Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.”
The Great Commission:
“Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.”
- Former Black Voices for Trump director Harrison Floyd was held in jail without bond Thursday in Fulton County, Georgia
- Floyd was charged with racketeering, conspiracy to solicit false statements and influencing witnesses
- He is accused of pressuring poll worker Ruby Freeman to confess to voter fraud crimes she didn’t commit alongside a former publicist of Kanye West
The former director of Black Voices for Trump, Harrison Floyd, was the first of the 19 Fulton County defendants to be held in jail without bond.
Floyd, 39, turned himself into the Fulton County, Georgia jail Thursday afternoon, after District Attorney Fani Willis gave former President Donald Trump and the other 18 co-conspirators in her election interference case until noon on Friday to show up.
He didn’t negotiate a bond so remained in custody after being charged with racketeering, conspiracy to solicit false statements and influencing witnesses.
Floyd surrendered just hours before Trump prepared to turn himself in, and braced to become the first former president in history to pose for a mugshot.
Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows also surrendered in Georgia on Thursday and was released on a $100,000 bond.
Earlier this year, Floyd was charged with attacking an FBI agent, who was working on Special Counsel Jack Smith’s parallel probe into 2020 election interference by Trump and his allies, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.
An affidavit says Floyd body-slammed an agent who arrived at his Rockville, Maryland home to subpoena him to appear before a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C.
‘WHO THE F*** DO YOU THINK YOU ARE,’ Floyd allegedly screamed, the affidavit says, describing that Floyd was standing ‘chest to chest’ with the agent after knocking him backward with his body.
In Georgia, Floyd is accused – alongside Stephen Cliffgard Lee, a police chaplain, and Trevian Kutti, Kanye West’s former publicist – of pressuring poll worker Ruby Freeman into falsely saying she committed election fraud.
Freeman and her daughter Shaye Moss – who gave tearful testimony to the House select committee on January 6 – were the subjects of a conspiracy theory echoed by Trump and his allies.
Freeman and Moss were falsely accused of pulling phony mail-in ballots from suitcases while tabulating the count on Election Day at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena.
One of the other Fulton County defendants, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, pushed that the mother-and-daughtr were passing USB drives ‘like vials of heroin or cocaine’ as they counted ballots.
Moss tearfully testified before Congress that her mother had merely passed her a ‘ginger mint.’
The women were receiving death threats in the election’s aftermath.
As Giuliani and others were pushing this narrative about Freeman, Floyd, Lee and Kutti were allegedly on a mission to get the poll worker to lie and say these falsehoods were true.
Floyd told Reuters in December 2021 that he had asked Kutti to visit Freeman at her Atlanta-area home, which she did on January 4, 2021.
He also said he was no longer working for the Trump campaign at ths time.
Kutti allegedly told Freeman that she was sent there by a ‘high-profile individual’ – an apparent reference to West, according to Reuters.
Freeman was skeptical at first and called the police.
She eventually met with Kutti at a police station.
Reuters obtained body camera footage from an officer present at the meeting.
‘I cannot say what specifically will take place,’ Kutti told the poll worker. ‘I just know that it will disrupt your freedom,’ she said, ‘and the freedom of one or more of your family members.’
‘You are a loose end for a party that needs to tidy up,’ the publicist continued, adding that ‘federal people’ were involved.
Kutti then said she was going to put ‘Harrison Ford’ – presumed to be Harrison Floyd – on speakerphone, explaining that he had ‘authoritative powers to get you protection.’
BREAKING–JUST IN: Harrison Floyd, former director of Black Voices for Trump, has also been charged with ASSAULTING AN FBI AGENT in Maryland
A Donald Trump supporter who surrendered to Georgia authorities Thursday on charges he conspired with the former president and other allies to overturn Trump’s 2020 election loss is also facing federal charges that he assaulted an FBI agent in Maryland.
Harrison William Prescott Floyd turned himself in to the Fulton County jail in Atlanta a week after being indicted in the Georgia case alongside Trump and 17 others.
Court records show Floyd, identified as a former U.S. Marine who’s active with the group Black Voices for Trump, was also arrested three months ago in Maryland on a federal warrant that accuses him of aggressively confronting two FBI agents sent to serve him with a grand jury subpoena.
An agent’s affidavit filed in U.S. District Court says Floyd screamed, cursed and jabbed a finger in one FBI agent’s face and twice chest-bumped the agent in a stairwell. It says Floyd backed down only when the second agent opened his suit coat to reveal his holstered gun.
The records don’t disclose the purpose of the grand jury seeking Floyd’s testimony. But he was served during the months that special counsel Jack Smith was calling witnesses before the federal grand jury that indicted Trump on Aug. 1 for trying to overturn his election loss.
On the heels of Floyd’s May arrest in Maryland on a charge of simple assault against a federal officer, Floyd got swept up in the sprawling Georgia case in which Trump and numerous allies are charged with trying to undo the former president’s 2020 election loss in the state.
Court records do not list an attorney for Floyd in the Georgia case. Jail records show he was being held with no bond, unlike other defendants in the case who had attorneys negotiate bonds with a judge before their surrender.
Floyd’s attorney in the federal case in Maryland, Carlos J.R. Salvado, did not immediately return phone and email messages from The Associated Press. Federal court records show Floyd had his first appearance May 15, in which the judge set conditions for his pretrial release. He later surrendered his passport.
The Aug. 14 indictment in Fulton County charges Floyd with violating Georgia’s anti-racketeering law, conspiring to commit false statements and illegally influencing a witness.
TIt says the charges stem from harassment of Ruby Freeman, a Fulton County election worker who had been falsely accused of election fraud by Trump. Floyd took part in a Jan. 4, 2020, conversation in which Freeman was told she “needed protection” and was pressured to make false statements about election fraud, the indictment says.