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KANGAROO COURT: Jesse Watters judges the first seven NYC jurors in Trump’s rigged criminal case – it’s exactly what we expected (video) | The Gateway expert




KANGAROO COURT: Jesse Watters judges the first seven NYC jurors in Trump's rigged criminal case - it's exactly what we expected (video) |  The Gateway expert

The first seven jurors in President Trump’s trial in the courtroom of liberal judge Juan Merchan.

Judge Juan Merchan accused Trump on Tuesday of intimidating a juror who admitted posting a pro-Biden video on her Facebook page.

Jury selection was still underway Tuesday in Stormy Daniels’ “hush money” trial after more than 50 potential jurors were dismissed from the jury pool on Monday.

One potential juror was called in for questioning after Trump’s lawyers discovered she had posted a pro-Biden party video in 2020.

“You had to get in the car to spread the honking cheers. it’s a packed dance party on 96th Street,” the potential juror’s caption read, according to Trump attorney Todd Blanche.

President Trump allegedly gestured and “spoke audibly toward the potential juror” while she was being questioned about her pro-Biden social media post.

Judge Merchan accused Trump of intimidating the juror.

“I won’t tolerate that. I don’t want jurors to be intimidated in this courtroom. I want to make that crystal clear,” Judge Merchan said.

Merchan’s daughter is a top campaign activist for the Democrats and Joe Biden. Merchan makes charges against Trump that are not a crime. He needs jurors who believe, like him, that President Trump is guilty of a crime because he is still breathing.

Jesse Watters reviewed the first seven jurors selected for Trump’s criminal trial in Merchan’s kangaroo court.

They all get their news from The New York Times. The process is rigged.

Jesse Watters: More than half of the jury has already been selected. We already know a lot about them, and it’s hysterical. Before we tell you about them, remember that this is a Manhattan jury. It went 87% for Biden. The judge overseeing the selection process is a Biden donor whose family was paid by the Biden campaign. Yesterday, fifty white women wearing masks fled the courtroom claiming they could not be fair to Trump. Anyone wearing a mask right now is not an impartial juror…

…Show me a juror who says he can be unbiased toward Trump, and I’ll show you a liar. That’s why we don’t have political processes in America. Honesty is impossible. Trump’s legal team obtained the names of potential jurors and after Googling them, they discovered that there were undercover activists trying to infiltrate the jury pool. One juror couldn’t remember any anti-Trump sentiments, but when the defense showed him the receipts, he admitted posting on social media: Donald Trump should be locked up. Another juror said he couldn’t remember posting anything bad about Trump. When the evidence was shown, he admitted that he posted a photo that says: Trump invites Thai boys to the White House. Thai boys ask to return to the cage. These two radical liberals were caught lying to the court and were almost on the jury. This is what Trump is dealing with. Yesterday, Clay Travis was criticized for suggesting that Trump supporters be on the jury.

So far, seven jurors have been seated. Here’s what we know about them.

The foreman, juror number one. He’s a salesman from Harlem, born in Ireland. He was a waiter, never finished his studies and loves everything outdoors. He is married and has no children. His wife is at school. He gets his news from the New York Times, the Daily Mail and some Fox News and MSNBC. I’ve never met anyone who watches both Fox and MSNBC, but okay, that guy is your jury foreman.

Juror number 2, a nurse from the Upper East Side with a master’s degree. She is not married, has no children and lives with her fiancé who works in the financial world. She gets her news from the New York Times, Google and CNN. She said two things that really stood out. First of all, I don’t really have an opinion on Trump, and no one is above the law. I’m not so sure about jury number two. Jury number two.

Juror number 3 is a young Asian lawyer from Oregon. His corporate law firm lists DEI on its homepage. He is single, lives in Chelsea and wore a purple jacket. He claims he is not very familiar with Trump’s other charges. He enjoys walking and running and gets his news from the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and Google.

Jury number 4 is a Puerto Rican who finds Trump fascinating and mysterious. He walks into a room and somehow rips people off. I think it’s really interesting that this one guy can do all this. Wow. The man was actually born in Puerto Rico, now lives on the Lower East Side and works in IT. He is married and has grandchildren. Woman is a writer. Served on a jury before, but says he doesn’t remember the verdict. He gets his news from The New York Daily News, The New York Times and Google. Anyway.

Jury number 5. A black woman in her 20s who doesn’t follow the news and didn’t know Trump was being indicted anywhere. She lives in Haarlem. She’s a teacher. She is not married, has no children and lives with her brother, who is a basketball coach. She gets her news from Google and TikTok. She also listens to Charlemagne, the God.

Jury number 6 is a woman in her twenties who works for Disney. She made the courtroom laugh because she wanted to know if the trial would be over before September because she is a bridesmaid at her sister’s wedding. She is not married. She has no children and loves dancing. She lives with three roommates and gets her news from the New York Times, Google, Facebook and of course TikTok, and says she doesn’t have strong feelings one way or another about Trump. Okay.

Jury number 7 is a balding middle-aged white man with a tan. He lives on the Upper East Side, and you guessed it, another attorney whose firm focuses on DEI and ESG. He is originally from North Carolina, is married, has two children and his wife works at a bank. He gets his news from the New York Times, the Journal, the New York Post, the Washington Post, and he listens to NPR.

That’s the jury of Trump’s colleagues so far. The fate of a billionaire real estate mogul and TV celebrity turned 45th President of the United States rests in the hands of New York City lawyers, teachers and Disney employees who like to dance and get their news from the Times. But I swear they can be impartial.

The process is rigged. They have no crime, but will still find Trump guilty. We already know the outcome.

This is America today – it’s open season on patriotic, conservative Americans.

Here’s the video, via Catturd2.