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Communist Judges on DC Court’ Decide to Strip Trump of Presidential Immunity

By John Livingston
February 6, 2024

The far-left D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Monday that former President Donald Trump was not unsusceptible to prosecution for charges described in the Justice Department’s (DOJ) indictment relating to the events of January 6, 2021.

Despite Donald Trump remaining in office on January 6 and his exoneration through the constitutional process of impeachment, the D.C. court’s judges nonetheless that previous President Donald Trump is not unsusceptible to charges being brought by a subsequent presidential administration and election competitor for the criminal case at hand.

All three judges on the Court of Appeals Panel were appointed by Obama and Biden. Their judgment against Trump’s immunity claims was not unexpected. They are woke, communist judges with little understanding that their decision would enable Trump to prosecute previous Presidents Obama and Biden for the many well-established crimes when he presumably enters office on January 20, 2025.
The judgment will now be appealed en banc to the whole Court of Appeals and depending on that ruling it will then be appealed to the Supreme Court. The case is on hold until those appeals have been decided suggesting the trial is not likely to occur before the November election, 9 months from now. The trial has already been removed from the district court’s docket.

“We have balanced former President Trump’s asserted interests in executive immunity against the crucial public interests that favor allowing this prosecution to proceed,” the decision checks out.

The judges identified that the claim of resistance advanced by the person can not be maintained, taking into consideration the concepts of public law and the lessons learned from historical events and the framework of our government.

The judges Karen Henderson, Michelle Childs, and Florence Pan issued a consentaneous decision. The language used throughout the ruling appears more similar to a Stalinesque purge trial than a reasoned law ruling expected of a court of appeals.

In particular, the judges appeared to avoid interpreting governmental resistance in criminal cases. The Supreme Court has regularly supported extensive immunity in civil claims but has not developed immunity from criminal prosecution.

“For this criminal case, previous President Trump has ended up being citizen Trump, with all of the defenses of any other criminal accused,” the judges wrote. “But any executive immunity that may have protected him while he worked as President no longer secures him versus this prosecution.”

The judiciary has placed the onus on President Trump to show his exemption from prosecution. He has tried to justify his immunity by mentioning jurisdictional concerns, useful considerations connected to the separation of powers, and the impeachment procedure, however, the court has not found these arguments convincing.

The ruling is anticipated to be appealed by President Trump’s attorneys, who have criticized the Biden administration’s prosecution as fostering cycles of recrimination for future administrations. The Supreme Court earlier denied Special Counsel Jack Smith’s plea to accelerate the case.

Expecting such a petition, the appeals court asked the court clerk to “withhold issuance of the required through February 12, 2024,” retaining the matter instead of returning it to the district court.

The commencement of President Trump’s trial in D.C., set to happen on March 4, was delayed due to this appeal, which was successfully made before February 2, causing it to be removed from the court schedule.

The hasty rejection of Donald Trump’s executive immunity claims by the D.C. court has raised eyebrows, with lots of viewing it as a politically encouraged move. The choice has expedited the procedures in the D.C. criminal courts, where Judge Chutkan, known for her communist leanings, is presiding over the case.

Should President Trump send an ask for reconsideration to the Supreme Court before the close of February 12, the appeals court will halt its decision-making authority till the Supreme Court has a chance to supply its input.

President Trump has warned that such a judgment against him would have dire effects for the American presidency.

He revealed on TruthSocial, utilizing uppercase, that if a president is not given immunity, the opposing party will right away indict every previous president. According to him, without full immunity, a president of the United States would be not able to efficiently carry out their duties.
According to representative Steven Cheung, if a President is not given resistance, the opposing party will instantly bring charges against every future President who steps down from the workplace. Without full immunity, the President of the United States would be unable to meet their tasks effectively.

Charging a President for official actions goes against the Constitution and endangers. President Trump respectfully holds a different viewpoint than the DC Circuit’s ruling and plans to contest it to safeguard the Presidency and the Constitution.