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JUST IN: Judge Rules Trump Trial Will Be Televised

Though some may disagree, I believe this is a very positive development. … Let me explain why.

On Monday, Fulton County Judge Robert McBurney ruled that if the Trump grand jury case goes to trial, cameras may be permitted in the courtroom. The trial or parts of it will be televised.

President Trump is a master media manipulator, rivaled only by P.T. Barnum and Edward Bernays.

Anyone who read The Art of The Deal understands this.

The Art of The Deal is purportedly a book about commercial real estate acquisition and development, yet anyone who has read the book in its entirety will notice that President Trump discusses the media and media manipulation tactics almost more than real estate is discussed in that book.

The 45th President of the United States knows exactly how to work a crowd and the camera is a weapon that he expertly wields. …

As a matter of fact, all of the never-Trump RINOs and TDS liberals are merely Trump Media Co products—they’re useful idiots manipulated into hating Trump by President Trump himself.

Why would anyone do this? Because controversy sells and if you don’t have a faction that hates you and you can attack back, then you have nothing.

It is estimated that Donald J. Trump received close to $1 billion in free air time from the major cable news networks in the run-up to the 2016 Presidential election.

He received all of this free media attention because of his bombastic personality. During the 2016 election, President Trump would say outrageous things merely to get free media coverage.

And you know something? It worked—maybe a little too well—just look at the psychological and mental state of those who hate Trump. …He’s turned them into complete nutters.

Televising a potential Trump trial might just be the best thing that could have happened to President Trump at this point—it’s like handing Magneto a pack of paper clips or a metal ball.

The richest part about this entire thing? Liberals are actually celebrating a televised trial. …Do they ever learn? Take a look at some of these typical left-wing reactions from the web:

The Messenger broke the story:

“If a grand jury presents an indictment, that’s usually in the afternoon, and you can film and photograph that,” Robert McBurney, a Fulton County superior court judge, told reporters and members of the public crowded into his courtroom before hearing motions in a murder case stemming from a nightclub shooting.


NBC News clarified:

And unlike in New York, where Trump told the world he had been indicted but the public had to wait days until the document was unsealed, Georgia requires that indictments be made public immediately.

The presiding judge has the final say on camera access. Media organizations are required to file a formal request, known as a Rule 22, for the judge’s consideration.

The filing is often considered more of a formality, as the requests are almost always granted.


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