As expected, Judge Aileen Cannon delayed some crucial pretrial deadlines in Special Counsel Jack Smith's classified documents case against Donald Trump. Trial still set for May 2024--at least for now.
If you went to central casting and asked for a scumbag, they would deliver Jack Smith.
Isn't it refreshing, almost something of which we usually don't hear, when a federal judge appears to be unbiased? What a concept? She must've shipped Marxist 101 unlike her colleagues who live in Moscow-on-the-Potomac...
The Biden White House and national security agencies had input into what documents would be included in Smith's indictment. Presumably, they had input on what to exclude. Did they also have input on creating documents? This entire case is rotten to its core, beginning with using a DC grand jury for a case filed in Florida. I keep hearing that this case poses the most legal jeopardy to Trump. But the evidence is shrouded in secrecy. I just don't get how a case with secret evidence can be fairly evaluated by a jury who can't see the evidence, when the prosecutor is trying to deny Trump's right to see some of the evidence. If Trump is found guilty, how can any fair person evaluate the verdict?