Tucker Carlson blasts Obama judge Amy Berman Jackson for blatant bias in Roger Stone case (Video)

(TNS) Two things are patently obvious in the federal government’s case against long-time GOP operative Roger Stone: 1) He’s going to be convicted of “lying to Congress,” and 2) he’ll spend the rest of his life in jail without a pardon from President Trump.



Tucker Carlson made that very clear without really saying those words during his Wednesday evening program, as he ticked off one example after another about how the system is so stacked against Stone there’s no way he’s going to get a fair trial.

The biggest reason why is the federal judge overseeing the case: Obama appointee Amy Berman Jackson, who has a history of Left-wing judicial activism and has demonstrated blatant bias against Stone and President Trump to the point where she doesn’t even try to hide it.

Because she doesn’t have to. After all, she’s got a lifetime appointment to the federal bench — and when was the last time Congress impeached a federal judge for misconduct and bias?

Answer: Never.

From eye-rolling at Stone to approving jurors who have massive conflicts of interest and who have vocalized in her court how much they despise the president, it’s clear that Stone — a long-time political adviser to the president — will never get a fair trial.

Not in the deep blue haven of D.C., where the Garbage Party rules with an iron fist and no approval of the president is either permissible or tolerated.

So he’s going to be convicted of lying to Congress, Carlson noted with sarcasm, adding that lawmakers face no such legal jeopardy when they lie their tails off to the American people.

“What ought to be automatically disqualifying is Amy Berman Jackson’s behavior from the bench,” Carlson noted.

“No fair-minded person could condone it. If there were still honest liberals left in this country, they would be protesting outside the courtroom,” he added.

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JosSixpack
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JosSixpack

Trump should pardon Stone the moment this kangaroo trial is over.. This b ! cth is not a judge, she is a tool for the demorats to go after Trumps associates

John Acord
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John Acord

There has to be a patriot who will stand up and do the only thing that can be done to stop these Bolsheviks from taking over the country. The Civil war is approaching and we know who is the enemy. Time to be proactive, time to save the country from Marxism in its worst form.

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner

Barr could help on this bias and persecution anytime. He does not here, or with Flynn. He is the boss of the prosecutors. Conclusions?

.50cal
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.50cal

Pretty sure her messiah is lucifer. Scumsucker.

Leo Smith
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Leo Smith

Activist Judges need to be Jailed. With the criminals they sent there.

Carson
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Carson

Why wouldn’t Trump pardon him?

chooseuthisday
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chooseuthisday

II Chronicles 19:5-7 And He set judges in the land throughout all the fenced cities of Judah, city by city. And said to the judges, “Take heed what you dp: for you judge not for man, but for the Lord, who is with you in the judgment. Wherefore now let the fear of the Lord be upon you; take heed and do it for there is no respect of person not taking of gifts.”

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A. Cole
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A. Cole

I want so badly to comment against amy jackson, but no matter how hard I try I just can’t figure out how to say something akin to “I wish you’d take a long walk off a short pier” without sounding nasty or ending up in jail.

Black Max
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Black Max

I thought there were no Obama judges, or Bush judges, so why are there abortion and anti abortion judges? Roe vs Wade threatens God’s most precious treasures. Did he not say, “Go forth and multiply”? And put in his Holy Commandments, “Honor thy Mother and thy Father”? I, even now, stop some of my own sin, in its tracks out of respect for my mother and father. Who have both passed, but are still thought of with much regard. You have a mind, you have an inside sense of what is right. So why must a man die in prison… Read more »

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gustavo
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gustavo

WE NEED TO RETALIATE AGAINST THIS judge. Lifetime appointment? NEVER! She should be held accountable by the people. The double standard is obvious in Govt. and life time appointments give a false sense of security to arrogant law making judges . We sure have learned a lot since we elected POTUS!WHAT A CORRUPT SYSTEM AND OBAMA WAS TRULY A CRIMINAL!

.50cal
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.50cal

She looks nasty enough to fart-rape her cat for kicks.

paul jagminas
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paul jagminas

if judge is showing shes on there side she must be replaced or fired,,come on how is this legal it cant be being a corrupt judge who allows all jurors to be corrupt too.if our guy trump would of lost we would never know how corrupt and against the laws they are all the dems are rich now ,,,obama cleaned up big time just like all of the rest is our justice dept,,just as corrupt ,,,,,,its really got all americans pissed somebody has to do something against these crooks

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