The Supreme Court dropped a lump of coal in Jack Smith’s stocking, dealing a blow to the underhanded special counsel’s lightning-fast legal lynching of GOP frontrunner Donald J. Trump.
By rejecting Smith’s gamble to leapfrog the appeals court on the issue of Trump’s presidential immunity to keep his January 6 show trial on track, the nation’s highest court dealt a blow to hopes that the former president could be jailed by the time voters go to the polls next year and another judge, Fox News host Jeanine Pirro reacted with joy.
Pirro and the gang broke down the pre-Christmas defeat for the Biden regime and its ruthless hatchetman on Friday’s edition of “The Five” which aired hours after the SCOTUS declined to issue an expedited ruling as Smith had requested, throwing his timeline into doubt in a big win for Trump.
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“Well, it is good news for former President Donald Trump. And Jack Smith got a little slap down,” Pirro said. “And I don’t know, I’ve said this before, whether his arrogance is more absurd than his ignorance.”
She added, “The truth is for Jack Smith to assume that because he’s got a case that the Supreme Court should hear right away, that we should avoid due process and the regular process of appeals going to the appellate process, and that the United States Supreme Court should bend to his whims and his Trump Derangement Syndrome. He’s been slapped down and the Supreme Court basically said, ‘we’re not getting involved in this.’”
“Make no mistake that now the issue of immunity will go from the district court where they are right now to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals and then possibly to the Supreme Court,” Pirro continued. “So the trial that’s scheduled for March 4th is never going to start on March 4th because they’ve got litigation with the Circuit Court of Appeals.”
“And, you know, the Supreme Court has is basically saying, look, we don’t want to be a part of this. We don’t want to be a part of any of this, respect for the Supreme Court is down since the Obama days when Obama first started trashing Supreme Court justices at that State of the Union event,” recalling the former president’s 2010 SOTU cheap shot at conservative Justice Samuel Alito.
“What the Supreme Court knows is that it will very soon be deciding the issue of the woke justices on the Colorado Supreme Court, one fro Harvard, the other from Yale, the other from Penn, the other from UVA who have decided that the president cannot be on the presidential primary ballot because they don’t think he should, based on their misinterpretation of the 14th Amendment,” she said.
“So the Supreme Court knows they’ve got to decide that soon,” Pirro concluded. “It is essential that they don’t want to get involved in the immunity issue. So it inures to the benefit of the president and it makes Jack Smith look not so smart.”
“The Supreme Court has unanimously rejected Deranged Jack Smith’s desperate attempt to short circuit our Great Constitution,” Trump said on Truth Social on Friday.
“Crooked Joe Biden and his henchmen waited three years to bring this sham case, and now they have tried and failed to rush this Witch Hunt through the courts. Of course I am entitled to Presidential Immunity. I was President, it was my right and duty to investigate, and speak on, the rigged and stolen 2020 Presidential Election. Looking forward to the very important arguments on Presidential Immunity in front of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals. Make America Great Again!” he added.
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