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 March 28, 2024

Leftist media outlets mad at SCOTUS for helping delay Trump's J6 trial

Former President Donald Trump is still facing numerous legal challenges in the coming months but he and his legal team have scored several significant victories along the way. 

That's especially true when it comes to delaying his various trials as far out as possible, especially when delayed past the November election, which is extremely triggering for his critics on the left.

Left-leaning media outlets are outraged that the U.S. Supreme Court is taking up his immunity case, which has delayed Special Counsel Jack Smith's January 6 trial.

That was made evident in a recent piece penned for the ultra-left outlet The Atlantic.

"Shamed itself"

The outlet argued that the U.S. Supreme Court has "shamed itself" by agreeing to hear his immunity appeal case, which was the cause of the delay in the J6 trial.

"Trump has no legal ground whatsoever to delay a ruling in his plea for presidential immunity. The reason Trump has nevertheless sought to slow down the immunity appeals process is obvious: to postpone the trial date, hopefully pushing it into a time when, as president, he would control the Department of Justice and thus could quash the prosecution altogether," the outlet wrote.

Smith had originally pushed for a speedy trial, and everyone who's not a raging leftist knows exactly why that is.

The Atlantic argued that Smith has "law and policy" on his side "in seeking a prompt determination on immunity and a speedy trial soon thereafter."

It left out the part where it would obviously be in President Joe Biden's favor to put the GOP nominee on trial before the election.

The high court is set to hear the case on April 25, which will undoubtedly push a decision out even further, likely well past the November election.

More delays

Not only is the J6 trial delayed, but according to PBS, it now appears that his federal classified documents case -- also brought by Smith -- will be pushed past the November election.

Hilariously, the outlet wrote that Trump's classified documents case "seemed relatively straightforward in August 2022." But obviously, it's not, and many legal experts believe that Trump will likely escape charges in that particular case.

Despite all of his legal hurdles, Trump continues to run strong in the polls in hypothetical matchups against Biden, often beating him both nationally and in every swing state.

The only downfall for Trump right now is the time and resources required to fight on multiple legal fronts, but so far, he seems to be doing rather well.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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