‘INDICT THIS’: GOP Rep. Barry Moore protests Trump indictment by giving away free ham sandwiches

Republican hands out ham sandwiches in protest of Trump indictment.

A Republican representative protested the former indictment President Donald Trump By giving out free ham sandwiches in the Longworth House Office building on Friday.

Alabama Republican Rep. Barry Moore’s efforts—which included serving ham sandwiches in plastic bags with the words “Indict this!” Written on it – comes after a Manhattan grand jury voted Thursday to indict the former president.

“Sandwiches are ready! Hope to see you soon at Longworth 1504,” Moore he said in a tweet Friday.

Before handing out the sandwiches, Moore wrote in a tweet on Thursday: “Welcome to the club, @realDonaldTrump. In honor of the fact that Manhattan DA can condemn a ham sandwich next, I’ll be handing it out tomorrow at Longworth 1504 at noon. All are welcome!”

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Speaking to Fox News on Friday, Moore said the ham sandwich initiative — was introduced in response to… Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg The charges against Trump – go far beyond supporting the former president.

Moore said, “I think we don’t have a choice. At some point, we have to unite behind him because of freedom.” “I think our job, as members of the House, is actually to stand up for your liberty, whether you agree with us or not.”

On Friday, Rep. Barry Moore, R-Ala., served ham sandwiches in plastic bags with them "charged this!" Written on it, from the Longworth House office building.

On Friday, Rep. Barry Moore, R-Ala., served ham sandwiches in plastic bags that read, “Event this!” Written on it, from the Longworth House office building. (Rep. Barry Moore/Twitter)

“I think we have no choice but to bail out at this point, not because it might be politically expedient for the president, but for the country,” he added.

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Speaking of effort on Thursday, Moore told Gray TV He is looking to send the message that “Donald Trump has been targeted.”

Rep. Barry Moore, R-Ala., participates in a House Judiciary Committee meeting in the Rayburn House office building on Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

Rep. Barry Moore, R-Ala., participates in a House Judiciary Committee meeting in the Rayburn House office building on Wednesday, February 1, 2023. (Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

“I was one of the conservatives who were accused by the political system,” Musaed said. “I’ve been on the other side of that table. I know what it’s like to be targeted for being conservative and actually standing with the American people. I want to welcome the President to this club, unfortunately. We’ll support him.”

In 2014, Moore was, according to AL.com, “found not guilty of perjury and making false statements in connection with an investigation into economic development projects involving then-Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard.”

The exact charges for the indictment are still being concluded, but Trump attorney Joe Tacopina said Thursday night that Trump could face more than 30 charges next week when he goes to trial.

Bragg was investigating Trump regarding hush money payments prior to the 2016 presidential election. These include $130,000 payments to adult film actress Stormy Daniels and $150,000 paid to a former Playboy model Karen McDougal.

Before Trump was indicted, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg was investigating former President Donald Trump over hush money payments to adult film actress Stormy Daniels.

Before Trump was indicted, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg was investigating former President Donald Trump over hush money payments to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. (Photo by Shane Bevel/NCAA via Getty Images/Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

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Fox News reported and revealed in 2018 a series of Silent money payments to both McDougal and Daniels, and the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York and the Federal Election Commission investigated these payments.

Federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York chose not to charge Trump in connection with the Daniels payments in 2019, even when Michael Cohen, Trump’s former attorney, was implicated as part of a plea deal. The Federal Election Commission has also dumped its investigation into the matter in 2021.

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