Clinton-Appointed Judge Thinks He Can Read Trump’s Mind Without Evidence

( According to a judge nominated by Clinton on Wednesday, President Trump deliberately signed a court filing that included incorrect information on voting fraud, according to Politico.

US District Judge David Carter concluded in an 18-page order that the court determined that ‚Äúthese four papers are sufficiently linked to and in furtherance of the obstruction charge.”

Emails from Trump’s election attorney John Eastman, according to Judge Carter, indicate that President Trump knew that the particular figures of voter fraud were false yet continued to flaunt those numbers, both in court and to the public.

In addition, Carter said that President Trump signed a verification stating under oath that the integrated, incorrect statistics “are true and right” or “believed to be true and correct” to the best of his knowledge and belief. The emails demonstrate that President Trump knew the precise percentages of voting fraud were false yet bragged about them in court and in public.

The Court determined that these emails are adequately relevant to and promote the United States’ fraud conspiracy.

Judge David Carter of the U.S. District Court ruled in an 18-page order that the select committee on January 6 required access to emails from lawyer John Eastman, who helped design Trump’s desperate attempt to rig the 2020 election.

According to Carter, Fulton County erroneously tallied more than 10,000 ballots cast by deceased individuals, convicts, and unregistered voters in a filing made on December 4 in Georgia state court by Trump and his counsel. They subsequently transferred the case to federal court and debated whether to include the same statistical information in that filing. Trump’s attorneys said that the former president had avoided signing paperwork with “precise figures” in private communication. Eastman informed other Trump attorneys via email on December 31 that the figures submitted to the state court were incorrect.

Eastman said in an email to coworkers that even though the President signed verification for the state court file on Dec.1, he has since been made aware that some of the charges and evidence the experts gave were incorrect.

“It would not be correct for him to sign a fresh verification with that knowledge (and incorporation by reference).”

However, Trump and his attorneys decided to use the same figures Eastman acknowledged were incorrect when they submitted the federal case.