One judge sent William Barr a letter that has all hell breaking loose

The Deep State will not give up the witch hunt against Donald Trump.

A cabal of anti-Trump haters in Washington, D.C. will not rest until Trump is in jail.

And one judge sent William Barr a letter that has all hell breaking loose.

Judge Amy Berman Jackson, the Trump-hating left-wing, Obama appointee judge who sent Paul Manafort and Roger Stone to jail is still going after Donald Trump.

Judge Jackson fired off a scathing ruling demanding the Department of Justice release a memo to Barr outlining why Donald Trump could not be prosecuted for obstruction of justice during the Mueller investigation.

“The review of the document reveals that the Attorney General was not then engaged in making a decision about whether the President should be charged with obstruction of justice; the fact that he would not be prosecuted was a given,” Judge Jackson wrote.

Judge Jackson also falsely claimed that Barr misled the nation about the results of the Mueller probe with his four page summary that announced Mueller found no evidence of collusion with the Russians and that Barr did not find evidence of a prosecutable offense.

“Not only was the Attorney General being disingenuous then, but DOJ has been disingenuous to this Court with respect to the existence of a decision-making process that should be shielded by the deliberative process privilege,” she wrote.

“The agency’s redactions and incomplete explanations obfuscate the true purpose of the memorandum, and the excised portions belie the notion that it fell to the Attorney General to make a prosecution decision or that any such decision was on the table at any time,” Jackson added.

Anti-Trump Deep State actors like Judge Jackson just will not give up their quest to see Donald Trump punished.

Judge Jackson is heading down a two year old rabbit hole of conspiracy theories and lies to try and breathe life into the idea Donald Trump committed criminal offenses while President.

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