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Judge Cannon Angers Never-Trump Haters With Latest Ruling

These Trump haters are really grasping at straws here.

If their cases were truly slam-dunk cases, or had any merit at all, there would be cameras in the courtroom and Fani Willis wouldn’t have to offer sweetheart plea deals to President Trump’s co-defendants.

These are all sham partisan trials and everyone knows it—that’s why Judge Aileen Cannon’s recent ruling has drawn anger from the Never-Trump NPR crowd.

According to a recent ruling, Judge Cannon told the court that she would revisit the trial schedule in March 2024 and determine if there needs to be a delay.

Left-wing critics slammed the ruling and claimed that it would ‘block’ Fani Willis’ sham RICO case.

MSNBC journalist Andrew Weissmann writes: “This doesn’t change my opinion of Cannon one iota; by allowing Trump to later move to delay the trial, but keeping the date for now, she is blocking Fani Willis from scheduling her trial on the current FLA date. And Cannon has substantially delayed the dates for all FLA filings.”

Julie Kelly explained: “As I reported previously–just reiterated by Judge Cannon–Jack Smith wants to keep some alleged classified material away from Donald Trump–records created during his own presidency. Cannon understands this is unchartered territory and will be subject of extensive litigation.”

Politico confirmed:

In a nine-page order, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon said she would revisit the trial schedule in March, after Trump and prosecutors working for special counsel Jack Smith have more time to hash out complicated disputes over Trump and his co-defendants’ access to the reams of classified material at the heart of the case.

Conservatives took the time to point out the corruption of the Soros-funded prosecutors and share excerpts from a Fani Willis interview.

CNN had more:

But the judge says she will revisit other deadlines including potentially the trial date in her court in early March, days before Trump is set to go to trial for the first time as a criminal defendant in Washington, DC, a separate federal case related to his actions after the 2020 election.

By the time the March 1 hearing arrives, Cannon’s new schedule leaves few issues in the case to argue about, making it possible for the trial to happen before the election.


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