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Ruling Against Trump Puts The ‘Petty’ In Petty Potentate

Judge weighed in on Barron's Graduation AND Trump's Immunity hearing

This judge is awfully heavy-handed for a case whose legitimacy in law has been widely criticized, not only for reasons of bias, but for reasons of statute of limitations, authority to prosecute, and precedent.

The judge himself refused to recuse himself despite his close family members being closely connected — and financially entangled with — among other people, members of the Trump impeachment team. None other than Pencil-neck Schiff is among them.

The judge isn’t biased, though. Just ask him. And so the case rolls on.

Further evidence of this ‘total lack of bias’ came up with scheduling questions. Barron will be graduating soon, and his father wanted to be present for that. The judge was non-committal about whether Trump should get to schedule that day off or not.

This judge wants the case to run along quickly. He is planning for 4 days a week, and a break on Wednesdays.

What do you suppose the judge said about prior court commitments… say the immunity case that’s being heard at SCOTUS?

Trump’s attorneys also requested to excuse the former president next Thursday in order for him to attend Supreme Court arguments on immunity claims he raised in another criminal case — but Merchan didn’t bite.

“Arguing before the Supreme Court is a big deal, and I can certainly appreciate why your client would want to be there, but a trial in New York Supreme Court … is also a big deal,” the judge said, rebuffing Trump lawyer Todd Blanche’s request.

“I will see him here next week,” Merchan added.

That ruling led to more ire from Trump in the hallway.

“He won’t allow me to leave here for a half a day to go to DC and go before the United States Supreme Court, because he thinks he’s superior, I guess, than the Supreme Court,” the GOP 2024 presidential frontrunner said. — NYPost

The Trump War Room account posted his reply:

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