April 6, 2024

Judge Considering Trump's Request To Dismiss Documents Case

Liberal haters of former President Donald Trump are on the edge of their seats regarding the latest news surrounding Trump's classified documents trial judge, Aileen Cannon.

Despite facing pressure from the left to shut down Trump’s request to dismiss his case, Cannon is still considering the president’s motion.

Of course, for much of the left, this is a huge issue.

The fact that Cannon is not willing to play dirty and take the president down for unjust reasons has ruffled the feathers of countless liberals.

Some of those liberals include former Attorney General Eric Holder as well as assistant U.S. attorney Barbara McQuade -- both liberals with ties to former President Barrack Obama.

When it comes to Barbara McQuade, she informed the Washington Post that she is worried that “Judge Cannon could delay the case at the request of Trump, either to provide time to adequately prepare for trial or to avoid interfering with his presidential campaign.”

“She really has the ability to wreak havoc,” McQuade continued.

Holder’s stance on Cannon was no better.

“I don't have confidence in her abilities to be fair or to be seen as fair,” Holder complained to MSNBC.

Both are hollow complaints brought against Cannon for no reason other than she will not unfairly condemn the former president.

Cannon, however, has not let it affect her decisions as a judge.

She has been clear from the beginning that this case is to be handled fairly.

McQuade and Holder are just two of the many liberals who have attacked Cannon over her stance on Trump.

We commend Cannon for her decision to run a fair and just courtroom.

It also bodes the question of why Trump-hating liberals have such an issue with Cannon running a FAIR trial.

Could it be that they know Trump very well may be innocent of the claims they have brought against him?

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