Thursday, June 9, 2016

WATCH: Megyn Stabs Trump in Back, Reveals Truce Was Just an Act

ConservativeTribune

Fox News’ Megyn Kelly has been hot and cold for presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump throughout the duration of the primary process — however, she’s mostly been cold.


On “The Kelly File” this week, it was cold again as she contended that Trump’s complaints about the judge overseeing two Trump University lawsuits were completely unnecessary.

“That is not the way our system works,” Kelly said. “If a litigant making stink about a judge necessarily resulted in a conflict that would force the judge to step down, it would lead to chaos in our court system.” 

“Trump has a defense on the merits and he’s going to get his day in court,” she added. “He doesn’t have to destroy the judge in the process.”
 
Considering that District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel is a member of a legal association affiliated with La Raza, a radical Hispanic group that’s firmly opposed to Trump’s campaign, he should recuse himself in order to avoid being biased — any decent judge would do that. 

As for “chaos” in the justice system, most Trump supporters and conservatives would agree the system badly needs a big shakeup. Too many judges today don’t deliver justice based on objective rights and wrongs, but by the political nature of a case.

There’s a large problem with overly-powerful judges overturning legislation and writing law — not just on the Supreme Court, but in courts everywhere. Trump is doing a uniquely beautiful thing by standing up to an activist judge, demanding a fair trial.

“Normally, legal issues in a civil case would be heard in a neutral environment,” Trump said in a written statement. “However, given my unique circumstances as nominee of the Republican Party and the core issues of my campaign that focus on illegal immigration, jobs and unfair trade, I have concerns as to my ability to receive a fair trial.”

We need judges who care about the law, who will defend the rules and will not dive into the weeds of politics — I guess that’s just something Kelly just doesn’t understand.