This is an explosive must see report – a federal judge presiding over the case against Trump is revealed to be none other than a Democrat mega-donor who despises MAGA voters. An impartial judicial system requires trust in its justice, but this disgraceful bias lends an entirely different air to President Trump’s case. Do your part right now and share this news – it’s up to us to expose the truth and demand fair, blind justice for all Americans.
The controversy surrounding Trump’s legal battles against Soros-funded DA Alvin Bragg has taken an unexpected turn. Recent revelations from FEC records have shown that Judge Juan Manuel Merchan, the presiding judge in the Trump case, donated three times to ActBlue in 2020, earmarked “Stop The Republicans” and “Biden For President.” This exposure raises serious questions about his political bias against Trump and could be grounds for an ethics investigation. This explosive revelation deserves much attention, as it shows how the corrupt Democratic Party continues to meddle with the justice system and undermine the will of the American people.
The current state of America’s justice system is in peril due to the political interference of the Democratic Party. Judge Merchan’s political donations to the Democratic Party are a prime example of this corruption.
FEC records show that Judge Merchan gave three donations to ActBlue, one of the Democratic Party’s largest fundraising platforms. The donations were earmarked “Stop The Republicans” and “Biden For President,” indicating his bias against the Republican Party and Donald Trump specifically.
This raises questions about the impartiality of the judge, as a sitting judge cannot engage in any political activities, which includes “(h) soliciting funds for, paying an assessment to, or making a contribution to a political organization or candidate.”
The ethical implications of Judge Merchan’s actions and donations must be examined thoroughly. His donations to the Democratic Party are a clear violation of the Code of Judicial Conduct in New York.
Further, the American Bar Association’s Model Code of Judicial Conduct explicitly states that judges should not “solicit funds for, pay an assessment to, or make a contribution to a political organization or a candidate for public office.”
Even an MSNBC ethics lawyer has expressed concern about the “problematic optics” of Judge Merchan’s political contributions to Democrats, despite making the donations before he was assigned to the Trump Organization case or the current Trump case.
The corrupt nature of the Democratic Party can be seen in their blatant attempt to undermine the justice system by installing like-minded individuals to positions of power. The fact that Judge Merchan is a trial-level judge hardly offers any consolation as it represents a dangerous pattern for the nation’s political future. This political bias strikes at the core of the democratic process and undermines the rule of law. The Democrats must be held accountable for their actions, and Judge Merchan must be investigated for his potential violations of the Code of Judicial Conduct.
The exposure of Judge Merchan’s political donations and his bias against MAGA voters provides critical insight into the widespread corruption within the American justice system. The Democratic Party’s interference in the justice system represents a clear and present danger to America’s rule of law. The integrity of the justice system must be preserved, and those who abuse their power within it must be held accountable. The recent surge in Trump’s approval ratings and campaign donations following his indictment reflects the will of the American people to reject such interference successfully. The ongoing battle between the Trump Organization and Soros-funded DA Alvin Bragg must be examined holistically, and Judge Merchan’s apparent political bias must be examined explicitly. It is vital for the American people to recognize the corrupt bias and work toward restoring integrity to the justice system.
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