After turning himself in to face charges for his role in assisting former President Donald Trump challenge the results of the 2020 Georgia election, Harrison Floyd has been incarcerated with no means to escape.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Floyd surrendered to Fulton County authorities on Thursday and was the only one of the 19 defendants in the case without a consent bond order allowing him to enter a plea and depart.
Thursday he uploaded a video of himself traveling into Atlanta with the caption “Lord Protect Me While I’m in These Streets.”
— Harrison Floyd (@hw_floyd) August 24, 2023
Floyd has been charged with violations of the state’s RICO Act, solicitation of fraudulent statements and writings, and witness tampering.
According to the indictment, he attempted to convince election worker Ruby Freeman to declare election misconduct.
The Fulton County District Attorney’s Office has not provided an explanation as to why Floyd lacks a consent bond order.
Keep that same energy when the truth comes out @TheRickWilson
— Harrison Floyd (@hw_floyd) August 11, 2023
Floyd allegedly assaulted an FBI agent who served him a subpoena at his Rockville, Maryland, residence on February 23rd, according to the Washington Post. Floyd was charged in May for the alleged assault, which occurred in February.
The Post reported that Floyd was being served to testify as part of special prosecutor Jack Smith’s investigation of Trump, citing unnamed sources.
Floyd allegedly bodyslammed one agent and cursed at others who visited his residence, according to an affidavit.
According to the affidavit, he later claimed that he was defending himself and that the agents lacked credentials.
BREAKING: The mugshot of Harrison Floyd has been released.
He is the leader of Black Voices for Trump and the only defendant in the 2020 Election Fraud RICO case who does not have a bond.
He is still in police custody at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, GA.… pic.twitter.com/S5fc3eWh4f
— LifeandFortune (@LifeandFortune) August 24, 2023
The affidavit said agents tried to serve the subpoena, but Floyd told them, “Bro I don’t even know who you are,” the Post reported.
“You’re two random guys who are following me up here, into my house, with my daughter,” the affidavit quotes Floyd as saying.
“You’re not showing me a f***ing badge, you haven’t shown me s***. Get the f*** away from me.”
According to the affidavit, after an agent threw the subpoena through a doorway, Floyd rushed toward the agents in a confrontation that ended with one agent drawing his pistol.
Floyd subsequently contacted 911 to report that he had been the target of a threat.