This Is Not The Legal Profession’s Finest Hour…

Superior Court Judge Craig A. Karsnitz

Here’s the latest from the bullying, virtue signaling, mostly Democratic, anti-President Donald J. Trump segment of the legal profession.

Superior Court Judge Craig A. Karsnitz of Baltimore ruled last week that former Trump adviser Carter Page could not be represented by his choice of legal counsel, L. Lin Wood, in a defamation case stemming from former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe.

Judge Karsnitz said a couple of hyperbolic tweets by Wood in support of Trump’s claims of election fraud “no doubt” helped “incite” the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol. It’s not clear how Judge Karsnitz knows this, let alone know it to a certainty. He did not point to any actual evidence that Wood’s impassioned (some would say inflammatory) tweets incited anything but backlash against Wood.

No Election Fraud?

Judge Karsnitz’ ruling bordered on breathless.

For one thing, he concluded there was no election fraud in Georgia and that Wood’s lawsuit to that effect was “without basis in law or fact.”

Georgia U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Batten’s ruled that Wood, who was only a party in the Georgia lawsuit, lacked standing to bring the case. Moreover, Batten’s ruling is being appealed.

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Federal Courts Face Their Biggest Challenge in Modern History

The mainstream media says Democrat Joe Biden handily won the presidential election and there is no evidence of widespread fraud or irregularities.

In fact, Biden hasn’t won. The Electoral College will meet on Dec. 14 to declare a winner. The U.S. Congress must vote to certify the electoral result on January 6, 2021.

And there is evidence of widespread fraud and irregularities in swing states where crooks engaged in ballot stuffing and election officials negligently relied on voting machines and software that are notoriously unreliable.

The only real question is whether the fraud is enough to make a difference. That’s the job of the courts to decide.

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