The DC courts are beyond repair after 8 years of the Obama Administration.
On Monday, Christopher Cooper, the Obama-appointed federal judge assigned to the trial for Hillary Clinton’s lawyer Michael Sussmann, allowed Hillary Clinton and AOC donors into the jury pool.
On Thursday, Judge Cooper denied a request by prosecutors to remove a juror from the panel because her daughter and Sussmann’s daughter are on the same crew team.
Via Epoch Times reporter John Haughey:
Judge Cooper has denied the request by prosecutors to remove Juror #5 from the panel because her daughter and Sussmann's daughter are on the same crew team. #SussmannTrial
— John Haughey (@JFHaughey58) May 19, 2022
Sussmann was indicted last September for lying to the FBI.
According to the indictment, Sussmann falsely told James Baker he wasn’t doing work “for any client” when he asked for a meeting with the FBI where he presented bogus evidence the Trump Tower was secretly communicating with Kremlin-tied Alfa Bank.
Judge Cooper has tilted the case in Sussmann’s favor since the beginning.
Last month Judge Cooper denied Durham’s request to use Hillary Clinton’s tweet in Sussmann’s trial.
Hillary Clinton fired off a tweet claiming Trump Tower was secretly communicating with Russian Alfa Bank.
The defamatory tweet is still on Twitter.
Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank. pic.twitter.com/8f8n9xMzUU
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 1, 2016
Judge Christopher Cooper is totally conflicted as well.
Via the Conservative Treehouse:
It is worth remembering that Judge Christopher Cooper is married to Amy Jeffries, Lisa Page’s lawyer.
Additionally, Judge Cooper and Michael Sussmann both worked in the DOJ together. When he was selected as judge in the Sussmann trial, Cooper revealed the potential conflict of interest in the event the Durham prosecution wanted him to recuse himself from the case. Special Prosecutor John Durham did not ask Judge Cooper to recuse himself.
The fix is in.