Roger Stone Lead Juror: EXPOSED

Tameka Hart, the forewoman from the government trial opposing Roger Stone, had been revealed on Wednesday by Daily Caller investigative source Chuck Ross for once being a Democratic prospect for Congress, on top of being a staunch anti-Trump challenger. While the tale extended to propagate on the net, the actual liberal broadcast systems (ABC, CBS, and NBC) attempted to cover the exposure from their viewers.

A simple analysis of Hart’s Twitter profile demonstrates how politically inspired she was by far-left politics. In October of a year ago, she had taken President Trump’s forceful condemnation of Turkey’s dictator and recommended our President was the real “devil.” And also, other deep dives of her social network track record clearly show a lot of the same.

On the other hand, over the Thursday release of Fox News Channel’s Special Review, chief White House correspondent John Roberts was, in fact, assisting viewers to be aware of the Hart dispute:

But a completely new revelation in this all, as soon as the jury forewoman from the Stone trial emerged toward help to four prosecutors who resigned right after the suggestion has been scrapped.

Tameka Hart publishing on Facebook, “It aches me to find out the DOJ now restrict the hard work of the prosecutors. They behaved with the uttermost intelligence, credibility, and respect for our process of justice.” Hart, who works for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, went as a Democrat for Congress in 2012 and has submitted tweets critical of President Trump.

Roberts also recognized that “the President fired back” in a tweet that read: “Now it appears like the foreperson, and the jury in the Roger Stone case had a substantial bias. Bring that to whatever else, and does not look suitable for the ‘Justice’ Department.”

But the only Trump tweets the systems were considering were the ones they stated, without having proof, demonstrated that Trump was directing Barr to hinder Stone’s sentencing.

“On Tuesday, Justice Department prosecutors advised a seven to a nine-year prison sentence for the President’s close friend, Roger Stone,” claimed ABC Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas on World News Tonight. “The President, furious, tweeting, ‘Cannot permit this miscarriage of justice!’ And just several hours after, the Attorney General officially overruling his own prosecutors to propose a lighter sentence.”

In an individual appointment, Thomas pressed Barr: “Did you communicate with the President in any way regarding your decision with regards to the suggestions?” The other networking systems all ran the soundbites.

Speaking of tweets in regards to the Stone case, Ross revealed an instance of Hart retweeting critique of Trump’s outrage at how Stone was arrested.

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