June 29, 2024

PA Cop's Supreme Court challenge changes trajectory of Trump case

This is NOT the news that Joe Biden was hoping to see.

The U.S. Supreme Court has thrown out charges against a former Pennsylvania police officer who entered America's Capitol during the January 6, 2021 unrest.

The ruling could seriously damage liberals' ability to go after Donald Trump in relation to the Capitol breach.

By a vote of 6-3, the justices decided that the law "Joseph Fischer was charged with violating, which bars obstruction of an official proceeding, applies only to evidence tampering, such as destruction of records or documents, in official proceedings."

Because the Supreme Court threw out the case, the Justice Department is going to have a LOT harder time prosecuting many of the people charged in relation to the protests, including Donald Trump.

In a MASSIVE BLOW to the witch hunt against Trump, one of the key charges "lodged against hundreds of defendants may not apply to the rioters’ conduct that day."

Joseph W. Fischer, a former police officer, brought the case to the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court then decided that the federal charge of "obstruction of an official proceeding" should have never been applied to Donald Trump or any of the rioters in the first place, because that charge is not applicable to these set of circumstances.

Fischer was a patrolman with the North Cornwall Township Police Department "when FBI agents arrested him in February 2021 in connection with his role in the riot."

An investigation revealed that Fischer sent text messages before the riot saying that politicians couldn't cast their electoral college votes "if they can't breathe ... lol."

He also said he might need his police chief "to post my bail … It might get violent."

We're not saying that Fischer is a great man for what he did at the Capitol that day, but as of now, he should be one of Donald Trump's heroes.

This Supreme Court ruling may have just changed EVERYTHING about one of Trump's criminal trial.

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