Judge Finds Trump Liable BEFORE Trial in E. Jean Carroll Defamation Case, Jury Will Only Decide DamagesChris Menahan
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Former President Donald Trump was effectively declared guilty before trial on Wednesday in New York by a biased Clinton-appointed judge in a second defamation lawsuit brought against him by E. Jean Carroll.
From CNBC, "Trump suffers big loss in E. Jean Carroll defamation case, judge says he's liable":
A federal judge on Wednesday ruled that Donald Trump is civilly liable for defamatory statements he made about writer E. Jean Carroll in 2019 when she went public with claims he had raped her decades earlier.Carroll's main lawyer in these cases is Roberta A. Kaplan and the judge in both cases is Lewis A. Kaplan. Roberta A. Kaplan and Carroll's suit was financed by billionaire LinkedIn co-founder and Democrat megadonor Reid Hoffman, who the WSJ reported earlier this year visited Jeffrey Epstein at his "Pedophile Island" and spent a night at his New York City townhouse.
Roberta A. Kaplan herself was forced to resign from the Time's Up organization leading the #MeToo movement in 2021 after it came out that she worked with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to try and discredit one of his accusers.
Trump was found liable for damages in Carroll's first case after Judge Kaplan essentially rigged the trial and told jurors that "sexual abuse" is in the eye of the beholder and could constitute as little as "a peck on the cheek."
Jurors delivered a bizarre mixed verdict in which they decided that Carroll was not telling the truth about being "raped" by Trump -- her main claim in the case which dates back nearly 30 years -- but was somehow telling the truth about being "sexually abused."
Nonetheless, Judge Kaplan determined that astonishingly weak, mixed verdict was good enough to find Trump liable for defamation in a second trial!
As I reported last week, both Rudy Giuliani and Alex Jones were recently found guilty before trial by biased judges and their juries were only tasked with deciding on damages.
This is truly an unprecedented attack on our judicial system the likes of which we haven't seen since the Civil War.
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