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Never really understood the depth of the swamp until Biden came into power. All I do as of late is sit and shake my head in disbelief that this is happening in America. It’s a nightmare.

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Jan 26·edited Jan 26

Agreed.

The slimetrail will hit the jackpot with black brotherhood muslin o'BAALma, this summer/fall. Once President Trump gets through with him, it will be like he never existed.

News was a wasteland Until digital soldiers, TY TechnoFog, began reporting Truth. Thank my lucky stars I found this site.

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Democrats seem to jump at the chance to be on the “MORONS ‘R Us” LIST!

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Most are hoping there are millions like you because once awake they can’t put you back to sleep

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Knowing how Fulton County operates they will appoint another prosecutor to take over the case, I highly suspect AG Garland and Biden will have the last say in this matter since Willis met with the White House prior to bringing charges against Trump. Fulton County is a cesspool of biased and incompetent prosecutors.

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I don’t believe hiring your lover, and violating numerous ethical and legal rules when attempting to prosecute someone is a black thing, is it?

It’s the corruption card, not a race card.

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She and her supporters don't see the irony of her defense. She's complaining about racism, yet implicitly arguing corruption is fine if a black person is doing it.

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You have made a precise argument. But blacks have been getting away with lawlessness and corruption. It’s exactly the way the United States of America operates.

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This insanely entitled by self-promotion, criminal is Racially BIASED to the EXTREME. She has not seen the payback for being so blatantly Self-Absorbed to the point of grand theft of her own County and State. She will NEVER get the descriptions of her TRASHY behaviors off of her back or NAME, NOW SYNONYMOUS WITH EXTREME ILLICIT SEXUAL CRIMINAL BEHAVIORS.

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In other terms she's a tramp

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The additional problem this raises is that, should this case proceed to trial, Trump’s lawyers have no choice but to voir dire every prospective juror on their race and racial issues and whether they feel any obligation to consider race, either theirs or Trump’s or Wade’s or Willis’s, in rendering their verdict. Not only is it absurd that this is now necessary to ensure a fair trial, but this would lead to the situation where Trump’s attorneys might need to strike minority jurors on the basis of their race, which of course is a Batson violation. It is hard to think of a more irresponsible prosecutor than Willis. People like her have no business being prosecutors.

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Umm,

Unqualified attorney about sums it up.

Fani is obviously stupid,

makes me think she was set up to fail.

President Trump and Crew have the patience of Saints :-)

Retribution cometh.

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All of soros prosecutors are bottom of the barrel dumb ass lawyers who jumped at the chance to be put into compromising unethical positions. Check out Fox in Chicsgo, boudin in San Fran, Gardner in St. Louis, krasner in Phil, etc.

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And Rachel Rollins, former Boston DA whom Biden then appointed US Attorney for MA until she had to resign for (being caught) trying to fix the election of her DA successor.

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Those are just the ones we know of from their corrupt incompetence….could be more

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Thanks for the Noron list additions- I wil check them out!

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Fani serves her sponsor Soros. Bring back #TagTheSponsor for the DC Swamp donors and their puppets: https://yuribezmenov.substack.com/p/tag-the-sponsor-dc-swamp-donors-candidate

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Jan 26·edited Jan 26

techno, if the judge accepts that the DA and special prosecutor should be recused due to an ethical violation then the judge could simply order the DA to appoint a new special prosecutor and recuse herself from the case. but if the judge accepts that the DA's remarks created an unacceptable risk of juror bias, it seems to me that cant be cured by a replacement special prosecutor, and the judge would have to dismiss the case.

if the judge does not dismiss, can trump and other defendants file an interlocutory appeal, given that the claim of juror bias implicates the defendants' constitutional rights to fair trial? (an appeal would presumably stay the trial until the appeal has been concluded, and since this is a constitutional claim, that appeal could eventual get to SCOTUS, no?)(and this stay would likely go beyond Election Day if granted)

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If the judge bounces Willis then she and her whole department are out. The state prosecutor’s association would appoint special prosecutor. If the jury pool is compromised the judge could grant a motion to change venue. Good question about interlocutory appeal. Don’t know the answer to that one.

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@JHUM. if the entire Fulton County DA's office is bounced out, how can the indictments obtained by the office stand? wouldn't the new special prosecutor under your scenario have got start at square one with a new grand jury?

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Nope, the indictments would still stand. Special prosecutor would simply sub in as new counsel. Of course, new counsel could choose to dismiss the case. As Techno noted, Trump’s and the other defendants’ most likely best case is that the case gets moved out of Fulton County.

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Especially if they are hiding exculpatory evidence

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A change of venue will see the case dismissed because there isn’t a constitutional basis for pursuing it. Just like the trials in NYC, none of them would have made it to court if the Constitution applied.

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affirmative

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Fani’s father was an attorney and Black Panther. Fani was raised on Critical Race Theory and Black Liberation Theology. These closely related teachings hold that white people are inherently racist, the justice system is in place to persecute and hold black people down, and white people need to pay for the sins of the past. It’s taught in the home, in the church and now in schools. Unfortunately, many black people use this to justify black on white violence, hide behind it during ethical lapses, etc. Once Fani was been exposed, her first move was to blame white people and the invisible hand that keeps her people down. It’s incredibly depressing to see this done over and over again - Jesse Smollet, Brandon Johnson, Al Sharpton, Michelle Obama (college thesis), etc.

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Make me sad.❤️🙏

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I cannot get over the irony that after a hundred years of black people fighting, and winning, the battle to purify the courts of prejudice against black defendants (See Thurgood Marshall), that these black Democratic prosecutors employ the same dirty tricks of perverting justice that their Democratic racist forbearers deployed against them. Not exactly MLK's vision is it? In her lust for power Ms. Willis seeks to undermine all the hard won protections secured by her far more admirable predecessors. So retrograde, such a betrayal. I haven't the slightest sympathy for her. Her dreams of racist persecution should be incinerated.

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MLK was among the top ten Americans in the last century and he was a Republican. LBJ laid a trap for black America which is still being used today.

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Thanks for another brilliant analysis, Techno_Fog! I have a question, though. How would a change of venue benefit the defendants, when Fani's diatribe at Big Bethel AME was so widely disseminated by both the MSN and the internet? Wouldn't the jurors in another jurisdiction be similarly compromised by her remarks?

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I recall a state AG who made a habit of extrajudicial comments, without suffering any consequences--rode it to the Governor's mansion, and then a downfall, shall we say, for extramarital dalliances not too far removed from the present case. I don't think Fani is going to make it to the Governor's mansion--but who knows, it's Atlanta and Georgia. And today, ethics doesn't appear even as an afterthought anywhere.

His name is Elliot Spitzer.

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Really tired of the victim card. It has been overdone now. She broke the law so that has consequences. Doing the wrong thing has consequences.

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"It’s not a stretch to argue that Willis’s statements would deprive the defendants’ of their Constitutional rights to due process and to a fair trial."

But that's been the whole point of the Trump-directed lawfare from the beginning, right? So why change course now?

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