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At Least the Fani Willis Case Against Trump Has a Reasonable Judge

 

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Judge Scott McAfee has proved himself able to handle the mess the Georgia prosecution of Donald Trump has become.

 

District Attorney Fani Willis will be able to continue in her RICO prosecution of former President Donald Trump and his associates, the judge in that case ruled on Friday, when he rejected the argument that she be disqualified from the case over allegations of a conflict of interest stemming from a romantic relationship with a co-prosecutor. The judge, Scott McAfee of Fulton County Superior Court, rejected the motion that would likely have torpedoed one of the most powerful criminal cases against the former president. Instead, he chastised Willis for poor judgment but allowed her to stay on the case so long as her former romantic partner, special prosecutor Nathan Wade, withdraws from the proceeding.

 

The Pit Bull Willis will continue the case that the election won't stop.

 

 

 

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19 minutes ago, robosmith said:

At Least the Fani Willis Case Against Trump Has a Reasonable Judge

 

The Pit Bull Willis will continue the case that the election won't stop.

 

 

 

You mean the fat racist, Fani Willis, will continue the case, but we'll see about that. ;)

In the meantime, Judge McAfee could be good if he doesn't let the woketards taint his judgement. 

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What is really funny is by working so hard to save her own ass she may of just opened up a whole bunch of lawsuits to be brought against her, for using phone location records to convict people, when in the hearing she said using phone location is unreliable.

She shot her credibility to hell by lying in the hearing and sleeping with someone who worked for her and there is a good chance after all is said and done her career will be over.

I wonder how she is going to feel about going after Trump after this is all over, especially if she is unable to get a conviction.

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1 hour ago, ironstone said:

Some people may beg to differ on this judge. 

I respect the opinion of Alan Dershowitz more than most other legal pundits. I point out that he is a classic liberal and no fan of Trump.

He is a hired gun defense lawyer who will say whatever serves the interests of his client, like he did at Trump's impeachment, esp when he's NOT IN COURT and BOUND by JUDICIAL ETHICS. Probably hoping for another job defending Trump. 🤮

McAfee followed GA LAW and Douchowitz has not even passed the Bar in GA.

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22 hours ago, robosmith said:

At Least the Fani Willis Case Against Trump Has a Reasonable Judge

 

The Pit Bull Willis will continue the case that the election won't stop.

 

 

 

The judge has allowed a person that badly abused her position(s) with an underling.  While throwing cash money around so it couldn't be later tracked, lying about both in court.  She's the guiltier of the two, but gets to remain.  That's pretty funny, judge.  I look with interest to see what the Georgia Bar comes up with since her indiscretions have apparently been referred to them.  A lawyer can't lie in court, misappropriate funds, etc.  But it is the GEORGIA Bar, so they may try to split the baby as well. 

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3 minutes ago, sharkman said:

The judge has allowed a person that badly abused her position(s) with an underling.  While throwing cash money around so it couldn't be later tracked, lying about both in court.  She's the guiltier of the two, but gets to remain.  That's pretty funny, judge.  I look with interest to see what the Georgia Bar comes up with since her indiscretions have apparently been referred to them.  A lawyer can't lie in court, misappropriate funds, etc.  But it is the GEORGIA Bar, so they may try to split the baby as well. 

What was the "badly abused"? Willis makes $200K and was trying to accelerate the trial not milk it.

The idea that she was prejudicing the defendant is ridiculous and unsupported by EVIDENCE which is why McAfee ruled she could stay. That and the FACT that if it was reassigned, it could easily never happen, which would NOT serve justice.

GA law allows married couples to represent opposing sides at trial.

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7 hours ago, robosmith said:

He is a hired gun defense lawyer who will say whatever serves the interests of his client, like he did at Trump's impeachment, esp when he's NOT IN COURT and BOUND by JUDICIAL ETHICS. Probably hoping for another job defending Trump. 🤮

McAfee followed GA LAW and Douchowitz has not even passed the Bar in GA.

Interesting that you bring up judicial ethics when this was about Fani and Nathan perjuring themselves. Fani  benefitted financially from this case and her excuse that she always pays cash is laughable.

Not to mention the fact that Wade had no experience with this type of a case.

How are Fani and her boyfriend ethical?

 

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5 hours ago, ironstone said:

Interesting that you bring up judicial ethics when this was about Fani and Nathan perjuring themselves. Fani  benefitted financially from this case and her excuse that she always pays cash is laughable.

So YOU SAY, WITH NO EVIDENCE. Willis is paid a $200K salary. To suggest she needs Wade to pay a few thousand dollars for her vacations is JUST NONSENSE.

5 hours ago, ironstone said:

Not to mention the fact that Wade had no experience with this type of a case.

He was hired to manage it. What's the difference between managing "this type of a case" and any othe

5 hours ago, ironstone said:

How are Fani and her boyfriend ethical?

That's NOT the question. The question is how does him working for her prejudice the interests of the defendants?

The JUDGE (who knows the case) said it DOES NOT.

IF you believe YOU KNOW BETTER, then DETAIL HOW. IF (as I suspect) you have NO EXPERIENCE managing a legal prosecution, YOUR OPINION MEANS NOTHING.

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I heard a very good analogy from Jonathan Turley regarding this judge's decision. It's like a cop walking his beat, he sees the lights on in a bank, goes in and finds two thieves in the bank vault. The cop decides that he'll let one of the thieves go and the other one gets a warning, but they both will be allowed to keep everything they've stolen so far.

This judge minimized all of the evidence that clearly indicated Willis and Wade lied on the stand.

 

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4 hours ago, ironstone said:

I heard a very good analogy from Jonathan Turley regarding this judge's decision. It's like a cop walking his beat, he sees the lights on in a bank, goes in and finds two thieves in the bank vault. The cop decides that he'll let one of the thieves go and the other one gets a warning, but they both will be allowed to keep everything they've stolen so far.

This judge minimized all of the evidence that clearly indicated Willis and Wade lied on the stand.

 

"Indicated" is NOT a legal standard. Proof beyond a reasonable doubt and preponderance to the EVIDENCE are legal standards.

And you've still NOT detailed HOW the relationship prejudiced the defendants' rights. You do know it's the JURY which decides guilt, don't you.

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16 minutes ago, robosmith said:

And you've still NOT detailed HOW the relationship prejudiced the defendants' rights. You do know it's the JURY which decides guilt, don't you.

Fani was benefitting financially from this relationship. IOW, she gains from this ridiculous prosecution.

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1 hour ago, Aristides said:

Never been able to understand what about this is a scandal or conflict.

Oh, it's almost entirely manufactured to take shots at Fani Willis and embarrass her 

Nobody is dumb enough to actually believe that she was prosecuting Trump in order to employ her boyfriend and go on trips. Nor that the relationship would in any way affect the administration of justice. It's just a bad look and opportunists are taking advantage of it to humiliate a legal/political foe. Hope everyone had their fun.

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21 minutes ago, Hodad said:

Oh, it's almost entirely manufactured to take shots at Fani Willis and embarrass her 

Nobody is dumb enough to actually believe that she was prosecuting Trump in order to employ her boyfriend and go on trips. Nor that the relationship would in any way affect the administration of justice. It's just a bad look and opportunists are taking advantage of it to humiliate a legal/political foe. Hope everyone had their fun.

She is prosecuting Trump so she can make a name for herself and be the hero of the left.

If she convicts him she will be invited to The View, Jimmy Kimmel etc and be fawned over. I wouldn't be suprised if Biden gets back into office he makes her a federal judge or appoints her to something high profile.

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24 minutes ago, Fluffypants said:

She is prosecuting Trump so she can make a name for herself and be the hero of the left.

If she convicts him she will be invited to The View, Jimmy Kimmel etc and be fawned over. I wouldn't be suprised if Biden gets back into office he makes her a federal judge or appoints her to something high profile.

Nah, she's prosecuting him because he's a criminal and her job is to prosecute criminals. The rest is gravy. 

You can be sure that if any average Joe conspired to defraud Georgia voters they'd be facing the same kinds of charges. They just wouldn't be on TV as much.

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3 hours ago, ironstone said:

Fani was benefitting financially from this relationship. IOW, she gains from this ridiculous prosecution.

IF ^this were true, Willis would have dragged out the trial to milk it; but the FACT is, she was trying to accelerate the trial.

You state "benefitting" as FACT when it is ENTIRELY SPECULATION on YOUR PART. She made a $200K salary and had NO NEED for Wade's money to go on vacation.

2 hours ago, Aristides said:

Never been able to understand what about this is a scandal or conflict.

It is purely speculation to throw a monkey wrench and DELAY the trial. The judge saw through that charade.

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56 minutes ago, Fluffypants said:

She is prosecuting Trump so she can make a name for herself and be the hero of the left.

And bring criminals to justice which is the JOB of prosecutors.

56 minutes ago, Fluffypants said:

If she convicts him she will be invited to The View, Jimmy Kimmel etc and be fawned over. I wouldn't be suprised if Biden gets back into office he makes her a federal judge or appoints her to something high profile.

ONLY if she wins with ENOUGH EVIDENCE to CONVICT, which is CERTAIN cause Trump was caught on tape.

ONLY the MAGA CULT is in DENIAL about that CRIME.

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15 hours ago, robosmith said:

And bring criminals to justice which is the JOB of prosecutors.

Tell that to all the George Soros funded DA's that routinely let real criminals run wild in the streets in Democrat run cities.

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3 hours ago, ironstone said:

Tell that to all the George Soros funded DA's that routinely let real criminals run wild in the streets in Democrat run cities.

Ok, exactly what DA's were "George Soros funded" and where is YOUR EVIDENCE of that?

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On 3/16/2024 at 11:12 AM, ironstone said:

Some people may beg to differ on this judge. 

I respect the opinion of Alan Dershowitz more than most other legal pundits. I point out that he is a classic liberal and no fan of Trump.

If Alan Dershowitz is “no fan of Trump,” why did he serve as Trump’s defense council during Trump’s first impeachment? 

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On 3/15/2024 at 11:43 AM, robosmith said:

 

The Pit Bull Willis will continue the case that the election won't stop.

She's not a "pit bull", she's a liar and a sneaky ho. 

You know that, I know that, and everyone in North America with a TV or an internet connection knows that.

If you really wanted a guilty verdict (let's not pretend that you want actual justice or anything), you'd want to have a respectable, professional prosecutor and not someone who's known to be a liar. 

I know that, as a leftist, the fact that someone is a liar doesn't bother you at all, but a lot of people still care. Any reasonable person will have to take into account the fact that Willis is a liar every time she speaks. Every word she says and every bit of 'evidence' she provides will be tainted by that. 

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20 minutes ago, WestCanMan said:

She's not a "pit bull", she's a liar and a sneaky ho. 

You know that, I know that, and everyone in North America with a TV or an internet connection knows that.

If you really wanted a guilty verdict (let's not pretend that you want actual justice or anything), you'd want to have a respectable, professional prosecutor and not someone who's known to be a liar. 

I know that, as a leftist, the fact that someone is a liar doesn't bother you at all, but a lot of people still care. Any reasonable person will have to take into account the fact that Willis is a liar every time she speaks. Every word she says and every bit of 'evidence' she provides will be tainted by that. 

Unfortunate that you have NO EVIDENCE she LIED and don't even specify what YOU BELIEVE the lie is.

Meanwhile you PROVE LIES don't bother YOU at ALL because you worship the most dishonest AND pathological LIAR to ever occupy the WH.

There is STILL a list of 30,000+ lies of which you've not refuted even ONE.  

You have no room to talk about LIES bothering ANYONE.

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