The election is all but guaranteed to come and go before trials bear any fake legal fruit for Democrats
Sperry spills the truth on Judge Chutkan. pic.twitter.com/9kOTgERLnQ
— Gary D (@KMGGaryde) February 6, 2024
FYI: Only one federal judge in the D.C. District has sent EVERY SINGLE Jan 6 defendant to jail or prison: Judge Tanya Chutkan, who’s overseeing the Biden DOJ-controlled prosecution of Trump. An Obama appointee, Chutkan has put ALL THIRTY-NINE (39) of her J6 defendants behind bars. Shows you what kind of human being she is.
DC Circuit court affirms Judge Chutkan‘s decision to deny Donald Trump’s claims of immunity. Supreme Court, here we come! Trump’s response…
The federal election trial involving former President Donald Trump is likely to face a significant delay, with U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan indicating that the trial might be put on hold for several more months. During a criminal case conference, Judge Chutkan expressed her hope not to be in the country on August 5, implying a potential delay in President Trump’s case. She suggested that any presence on that date would be due to her involvement in another trial not currently on her calendar, possibly alluding to the unresolved federal election case.
What Nikki fails to acknowledge every time she brings up the “chaos” and “legal challenges” facing President Trump is that it’s ALL at the hand of the devious and deceitful Democrat party. To not support TRUMP, through this, would make you complicit in the Democrat evil scheme. We can’t let them get away with it. What makes Haley even worse is the fact she is being supported by democrats, so she is culpably involved in their plan- We are RVBlessed!
In December, Judge Chutkan rejected a motion to dismiss the case based on presidential immunity. Subsequently, Trump’s legal team appealed the decision, leading to a suspension of the trial schedule. The judge’s current schedule includes another case set for early April, raising concerns about the likelihood of a prompt resolution to the ongoing appeal and the subsequent return of the federal election case to her court.
The federal election case has already experienced a two-month hiatus, with a three-judge panel hearing oral arguments on Trump’s motion to dismiss on January 9. The timing of the court’s decision remains uncertain. If the motion is rejected, President Trump is anticipated to pursue further appeals, potentially prolonging the trial. Three additional unsuccessful motions to dismiss the case were filed in district court, and the appeals court may consider reviewing those as well.
Bloomberg's Sara Forden discusses former president Donald Trump's upcoming legal challenges on "Balance of Power."
— Bloomberg TV (@BloombergTV) February 5, 2024
Complicating matters further are three other criminal cases on President Trump’s schedule. In March, a trial in Manhattan related to 37 counts of mishandling business financial documents was initially set, but the absence of a new date indicates a delay tied to the federal election case. Similarly, a May trial in the Southern District of Florida involving 40 counts related to mishandling classified documents faces postponement due to the extensive volume of classified material involved.
“This is a witch hunt against President Trump. It is absolutely unprecedented… all of the BOGUS cases against President Trump are, plain and simple, election interference.” said Rep Boebert see fast clip below
“This is a witch hunt against President Trump. It is absolutely unprecedented… all of the BOGUS cases against President Trump are, plain and simple, election interference.” @RepBoeberthttps://t.co/dPy36M63Kb pic.twitter.com/P0H0FHjND9
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) February 6, 2024
GOP presidential contender Nikki Haley took fresh jabs at party frontrunner Donald Trump’s legal troubles, age and recent gaffes. She also teased him on "Saturday Night Live." https://t.co/egy5bqMubT
— Bloomberg (@business) February 4, 2024
In August, a large-scale racketeering case in Fulton County, Georgia, accuses President Trump and 15 others of interfering with the 2020 elections. Prosecutors anticipate a lengthy trial, potentially extending through the general election, with defense teams yet to present their case. Despite not being obliged to attend all trials, President Trump has publicly stated his intention to be present at as many as his schedule permits. He knows he is innocent, and the people already see through the DOJ, and Biden’s whole administration playing these games.
Mr. Trump’s legal challenges have hung over the presidential race. https://t.co/t7lsojtVdS
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) February 2, 2024
President Trump contends that these indictments are a form of “election interference” orchestrated by his political rivals, including President Joe Biden. In a motion to dismiss his federal election case, he alleges “selective and vindictive prosecution.” Maintaining his innocence, President Trump views these cases as an integral part of his ongoing campaign. We call it a witch hunt. That’s exactly what it is and the whole world sees through it.
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Major Points Discussed:
- Former President Donald Trump’s federal election trial, overseen by Judge Tanya Chutkan, faces a potential months-long delay, as indicated by the judge’s expressed desire not to be in the country on August 5, hinting at a prolonged pause in the case.
- The trial schedule has been on hold for two months since Judge Chutkan rejected a motion to dismiss based on presidential immunity. An ongoing appeal adds uncertainty, with a pending decision from a three-judge panel, and potential further appeals by Trump if the motion is rejected.
- Trump’s legal challenges extend beyond the federal election case, with three other criminal trials on his schedule. These include cases related to mishandling business financial documents and classified information, further complicating the scheduling landscape.
- In Fulton County, Georgia, a racketeering case accusing Trump and others of interfering with the 2020 elections poses significant scheduling challenges. Prosecutors anticipate a lengthy trial, and motions to dismiss are yet to be heard, adding to the trial’s uncertainty.
- Although not obligated to attend all trials, President Trump publicly declares his intention to be present at as many as his schedule allows. He asserts that the indictments are politically motivated “election interference” orchestrated by rivals, including President Joe Biden, making these legal challenges a crucial component of his ongoing campaign.
Comments – Threads – Links
- I am very glad you are backing Trump Bill. However Trump won’t get removed from the ballot. Because all of the cases are falling apart. If even if that were to happen which it won’t then the GOP nominee would likely be someone who didn’t run- The Calvin Coolidge Project
- Sen. JD Vance defended Donald Trump as the former president faces a litany of legal issues amid his comeback campaign for the White House- ABC News
- Vance was really great on George Stephanopoulos show this morning. He let George know that he should be asking the right questions- Jim Nancy
- And he looked pathetic on @FaceTheNation this morning too. Absolute clown of a man and politician- HillaryDrumpf