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April 8, 2024

Florida Judge Aileen Cannon denied Trump’s attorneys' bid to dismiss the classified documents case against him on grounds that he had a right to have those documents under the Presidential Records Act. However, she left open the possibility that the argument could be used as a defense at trial.

I’m disappointed that we’ve yet to have one judge who’s been willing to do what should have been done with all of these cases: throw them out of court as the transparently partisan and selective prosecutions they are and fine the prosecutors for wasting the court’s time. It appears that we’re going to have to go through the expensive, time-consuming, distracting process of litigating every one of these legal gung heaps, no doubt dealing with several convictions in Trump-hating districts, until they finally arrive at an appellate court that will toss them in the trash where they belong.

At least this ruling makes Jack Smith and all the rabid Trump haters who were smearing the judge as an unethical Trump partisan look like the misinformed blowhards that they are.

Meanwhile, in Georgia, DA Fani Willis, who is still inexplicably prosecuting the ridiculous RICO case against Trump, is facing a new accusation by a co-defendant’s attorney that she illegally recorded a phone call with his colleague and gave a copy of it to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Law professor Alan Dershowitz told Newsmax that Willis is committing the "worst crimes that I've seen prosecutors commit. She ought to be on trial for perjury, conspiracy to commit perjury, witness tampering. The evidence is overwhelming that she committed perjury, including technical scientific evidence and several witnesses." And this was before the accusation about the illegal recording was made.

It’s looking more and more as if the wrong people are on trial in Fulton County, Georgia.

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