June 6, 2024

Trump Scores Another Win in Classified Documents Case

Get ready to hear Democrats and the media go ballistic over yet another ruling by Judge Aileen Cannon in the classified documents case.

The latest ruling will likely push this case back even further, all but guaranteeing that it will never see the inside of a courtroom before the election.

Cannon has agreed to schedule hearings for the “unlawful appointment” of Special Counsel Jack Smith.

Push It All Back

The issue of whether Smith’s appointment was constitutionally legal has been a matter for debate for more than a year now.

The issue first came up during congressional hearings, and even this past week, Rep. Massie (R-KY) hammered Attorney General Garland on it.

Cannon has scheduled the hearings for June 21, 24, and 25.

These hearings now mean that the previous hearings regarding the testimony of Trump attorneys have been pushed back even further, something that will have to be heard before the case can even be considered for scheduling.

The media jumped all over this, saying that it could not be viewed as “anything other than another effort to stall this trial” by Cannon.

This will likely spawn more complaints about Cannon, who just defeated an organized campaign against her that resulted in more than 1,000 ethics complaints being filed against her.

Mind you, Judge Chutkan ordered Trump’s January 6 indefinitely suspended months ago, and nobody has said a word, but that is because she was appointed by a Democrat and not Donald Trump, as is the case for Judge Cannon.

In terms of how this impacts Donald Trump and the case itself, with these delays, it has become even less likely that the case will scheduled before the election.

Somehow, Donald Trump has managed to avoid all but one case making its way into the courthouse before the election, and the case that did make it, the hush-money case, is likely to be overturned on appeal.

This could not have worked out better for Trump and worse for the Democrats.

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