Clinton appointed judge rules Trump may have done something wrong

A federal judge ruled this week that former president Trump “more likely than not” committed felony obstruction regarding the January 6th incident.

ABC News reported that the judge wrote, “Based on the evidence, the Court finds it more likely than not that President Trump corruptly attempted to obstruct the Joint Session of Congress on January 6, 2021,” 

The Clinton appointed Judge said this even though there is no “tangible” evidence that he openly obstructed the election, and with many tweets and social media posts telling people to quote “go home, we must have peace” etc.

This comes after the democratically led January 6th Committee comprised of long time political rivals of Trump and his administration released a statement saying, Trump “may” have engaged in “criminal” conduct to overturn the 2020 election.

 

“Evidence and information available to the Committee establishes a good-faith belief that Mr. Trump and others may have engaged in criminal and/or fraudulent acts,” the committee said in a court filing.

The filing was submitted in federal court in Los Angeles as part of a legal fight with John Eastman, a lawyer who has represented Trump.

Eastman sued the January 6 panel in December in an effort to block a subpoena seeking emails.

Judge David Carter in a ruling on Monday ordered John Eastman to turn over nearly all documents and said Trump possibly committed crimes. Although no elaboration to what crimes other than “possible” obstruction for when Trump said he did not “believe” Biden won. If this the reason for saying “possible crimes” our liberties as a people and a country are in serious danger.

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