Judge Shuts Down Classified Documents Case Against Trump

Donald Trump in attendance for Donald Trump Town Hall on the NBC Today Show, Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY April 21, 2016. Photo By: Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection

The media doesn’t seem eager to report this for some reason, but the classified documents case against Donald Trump in Florida is over. Judge Aileen Cannon permanently removed the case from the court calendar this week, and there’s not even going to be a trial now. Even if Jack Smith attempts to retry the case, there’s no way it will happen before the election.

There were a lot of reasons to throw this case out. It’s an obvious double standard being applied against President Trump.

Hillary Clinton had tens of thousands of classified documents stored on her illegal server at Chappaquiddick from when she was Obama’s warmongering Secretary of State. She was never charged with a crime.

Joe Biden had thousands of stolen classified documents stashed in eight different locations. The Justice Department decided that Biden was too old and dumb to be prosecuted.

 

Unlike Clinton and Biden, Donald Trump was the President of the United States when the small handful of documents in his possession were removed from the White House. Presidents are allowed to do that. US Senators like Joe Biden and Secretaries of State like Hillary Clinton are not.

The nail in the coffin with this case, however, was the fact that the FBI staged evidence to make it look like Donald Trump was guilty of something. Evidence tampering by law enforcement is never acceptable, and that’s why the case against Donald Trump has now fallen apart.

Here’s an explanation of what happened:


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