Skip to comments.A gag order for Donald Trump is 'extremely likely' once he's before a judge, legal expert says
Posted on 04/01/2023 6:44:00 AM PDT by cotton1706
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They can say WHATEVER they want, and leak all day long, and "seal" and "classify" things.
But they'll SILENCE your criticism of it, under the guise of "not tainting the case or jury"
The Ukraine War cheerleaders will be VERY HAPPY to have the only major voice for peace finally SILENCED.
Gag orders should be illegal.
We should be free to talk about anything.
They can’t silence all of us. But just keep pushing. Jan 6 will look like a walk in the park.
Great justice system when you haven’t been proven guilty and convicted of an actual crime and you first amendment rights are stripped by a leftist piece of chit judge.
Any "gag order" should be openly defied by Trump.
We are beyond the point of submission.
A gag order is going to stop Trump from being Trump…. That is unlikely😂
Then, Trump will disobey it, because why can’t he spit on the law like our press, our Democrat vermin, and the rest of the talking turds? Shove it, because we’ve had it. the “consent of the governed” is now a meaningless phrase.
They want to try him in a kangaroo star chamber, but Trump can afford a $1,000 a day easily.
I doubt a $1,000 fine will deter him. And 30 days in jail for speaking up would just be his photo opportunity of a lifetime. Dems are digging a hole to China.
All they needed was to get him in front of a liberal judge in order to start issuing contempt charges, regardless of what he says or does.
Fascists gonna Fascist.
The terms of bail will restrict Trump to FLA and keep him from campaigning. My fear is that is what is next.
The Supreme Court will have to get involved in this, and better sooner than later.
Or, he can just refuse to pay and then tie it all up in court for the duration
Gag order to stop him campaigning on what he is running on. Sure that’s constitutional.
So is “Land of The Free” and the “Home of The Brave.”
Just empty words.
That’s what they want. Don’t gie them what they want.
Makes no sense that a defendant can’t speak his mind before trial. I don’t get the rationale.
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