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Tx, But to be Crystal clear, this is Courtesy of Pepe Lives Matter...😁👊 I'm The Messenger...😉😎
SADOW: So if phone records were to reflect that you were making phone calls from the same location as [Willis'] condo before November 1, 2021 and it was on multiple occasions, the phone records would be wrong?
WADE: If the phone records reflected that, yes sir.
They set the perjury trap and Wade walked right into it.
"Today, we found out from phone records that they were texting and meeting each other in the middle of the night before they had "allegedly" begun their sexual relationship.
In other words:
These people are so caught and guilty as hell.
Ever notice how the ones who viciously go after Trump have the most skeletons in their closet?
Trump is a lightning rod for exposing corruption.
Every. Single. Time.
It's as if he can't help but awaken people but just existing and being himself.
These people expose themselves at every turn.
The backfire boomerang occurs again.
Why is Nathan Wade trying to block further testimony?"
(ULTRA Pepe Lives Matter)
A federal judge on Wednesday found that the “selective prosecution” of far-right groups without charging their far-left counterparts for the same acts is “constitutionally impermissible.”
U.S. District Court Judge Cormac Carney of southern California therefore dismissed charges against two men from the “white nationalist” Rise Above Movement (RAM) who violently clashed with members of the far-left group Antifa at three southern California pro-Trump events in 2017.
In his 35-page order, the judge stressed the importance of equal protection under the law. He said that although the two men may have been involved in violent acts, prosecutors were wrong to exclusively target them without also pursuing charges against Antifa members implicated in similar violent actions at political events.
“Such selective prosecution leaves the troubling impression that the government believes speech on the left more deserving of protection than speech on the right,” Judge Carney wrote.
The judge said that the fundamental principles of the First Amendment rights to free speech and to assemble are the “bedrock” of the United States. This is not always easy, he added, noting that sometimes, people use that right to “spread vitriolic and hateful ideas and beliefs.”
“While Defendants openly promoted ideas the Court finds reprehensible, and likely committed violence for which they deserve to be prosecuted, this case is about something more important. It is about upholding the free speech and assembly rights guaranteed to all of us,” Judge Carney wrote.
“It does not matter who you are or what you say. It does not matter whether you are a supporter of All Lives Matter or a supporter of Black Lives Matter,” he continued. “It does not matter whether you are a Zionist professor or part of Students for Justice in Palestine. It does not matter whether you are a member of RAM or Antifa. All are the same under the Constitution, and all receive its protections.”
Anti-Riot Act Charges
The alleged violence at the heart of the case happened during former President Donald Trump’s first year in the White House, during the four months spanning from March to June 2017.
Prosecutors charged the two men, Robert Rundo, the founder of RAM, and Robert Boman, one of the group’s members, under a federal anti-riot statute in 2018.
The men were accused of engaging in acts of violence at pro-Trump events in southern California, specifically in Huntington Beach, Berkeley, and San Bernardino.
Judge Carney dismissed their charges in 2019 but following an appeal, the charges were reinstated in 2021.
With the matter back in the district court, Mr. Rundo and Mr. Boman filed two motions to dismiss the case, arguing that the use of the Anti-Riot Act was unconstitutionally vague and that they were selectively prosecuted and not given equal treatment under the law.
Judge Carney rejected the first motion, asserting that the alleged conduct of the men clearly falls within the scope of the Anti-Riot Act.
“Though there may be questions in another case as to what constitutes a violation of the Anti-Riot Act, this is not that case,” he wrote. “Defendants clearly used a facility of interstate commerce shortly before they engaged in riotous activity as proscribed by the Anti-Riot Act.”
A supporter of U.S. President Trump marches during the “” rally in Huntington Beach, Calif., on March 25, 2017.
However, the judge agreed with their second motion’s argument ………..it continues. https://ntd.com/prosecution-of-far-right-but-not-antifa-for-same-riots-constitutionally-impermissible-judge_974849.html
Its on your side then...😥
"Let’s assume Biden is not the candidate, the Dems bring in a different puppet and they close the gap, with Kennedy stealing more votes from Trump, and voter fraud we still have to overcome. If Trump loses just one swing state because of RFK Jr. splitting the vote, that’s the difference between liberty and tyranny.
We cannot continue to ignore RFK Jr.’s support. He is a significant variable in this equation that will ultimately decide the fate of the world. WW3 looming large, bioweapons killing millions, border crisis, economic crisis, mass propaganda, pedo/blackmail intelligence operations, the list goes on. The situation is kind of dire.
You all want to leave that to chance? Or do we want to save the world? It would irresponsible for these men to NOT join forces."
They've made some poor ones in the past so it's refreshing to see a Trump-oriented fund to assist Trump with his legal fees get the definitive green light.
Not only are they unsatisfied with the nearly half a billion dollars he's on the hook for (currently), but that's not enough. Not in their diseased minds.
Hell, if he was sentenced to 300 years in prison they'd want it doubled. If he got the death penalty they'd want him revived so they could kill him a second time.
They have a blood lust. These people are legitimately sick, suffering mightily from late-stage TDS...and it's UGLY."
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency says, “there are no indications of malicious activity.”
..........you have a smart leader. But the inside people are very dangerous.
They're very sick people, in my opinion, in many cases.
I'm sure it's nothing...😉😎