June 5, 2024

NBC and MSNBC legal analyst Glenn Kirschner Behind Judge Cannon Complaints

I have never seen a collective media that is so intent on destroying the right as I have since Donald Trump took office.

The latest example is the conduct of NBC and MSNBC legal analyst Glenn Kirschner.

Hundreds of complaints were filed against Judge Aileen Cannon, the majority of which were orchestrated by Kirschner.

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Kirschner has been calling out Cannon from the outset of this trial, accusing her of helping Trump with all these delays.

He was so upset, he literally posted directions for his listeners on how to file a judiciary complaint.

His hope was to have so many complaints filed against Cannon, who was appointed to the bench by Trump, that she would be removed from the bench.

Judge William Pryor, however, saw through the scheme and dismissed the complaints for what they were: an “orchestrated campaign” against Cannon.

Pryor stated, “These complaints appear to be part of an orchestrated campaign, as described in Judicial-Conduct Rule 10(b) and the accompanying commentary.

“The Chief Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Circuit has considered and dismissed four of those orchestrated complaints as merits-related and as based on allegations lacking sufficient evidence to raise an inference that misconduct has occurred.”

As I had noted in a previous report, Judge Chutkan, a Democrat who is sitting on the bench in the January 6 case, has also suspended her case, awaiting the outcome of other motions.

In fact, she suspended her case long before Cannon did hers, only there was no outrage when Chutkan announced that the case was put on hold until these other issues were settled.

It just goes to show how ridiculously biased the mainstream media has become over the last decade.

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