Let the debate start.
I don’t try to outguess a jury because I’m not in the court room or hear the jury deliberate. That goes back as far as the O.J. Simpson trial; I didn’t agree or disagree with the controversial acquittal .
…[T]he trial was held in Washington, DC, where Trump received almost no votes. He is reviled there. Knowing that, the judge should have leaned over backwards to make sure the jury wasn’t overtly partisan. He did the opposite, and that’s unconscionable. He not only seated three donors to Clinton, he seated another who donated to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. AOC may not have been a friend of Hillary’s but she was even more staunchly opposed to Trump. All four of those potential jurors should have been excluded.
The stench surrounding the judge, the defendant, the biased jury, and the FBI ought to outrage the public, no matter who they supported for president. In fact, the public has been kept in the dark throughout the trial because the media refuses to report on it. (Expect them to now shout the “not guilty” verdict from the rooftops because it supports their viewpoint.) When James Baker gave his devastating testimony, all three television networks devoted zero minutes to the trial. The New York Times said nothing. They did the same thing the next day, when Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager dropped the bombshell in court that Hillary herself authorized the campaign to spread the Alfa-Bank-Trump story to the media. Again, crickets.
These are serious claims and I hope that someone in authority and the media look into them. If anyone has responses to these questions, I’d be glad to publish them.
Aside from the guilt or innocence of Sussmann the evidence of malfeasance by the FBI, the Clinton and other links to the Russia hoax is crying out for more disclosures.https://www.chicagonow.com/dennis-byrnes-barbershop/wp-admin/To subscribe to The Barbershop, type your email address in the box and click the “create subscription” button. My list is completely spam free, and you can opt out at any time.
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