Nog to mention her decision was overturned on appeal.No effing way! Trump gets Cannon again as the judge for the case.
Edit: at least initially. The govt. can appeal to have it reassigned. And since she previously had to be reprimanded, I would think they would have a good case.
Well, yes, I have to admit that my initial reaction was surprise. I think in all of the hullabaloo, the "naturally, everything will develop in the most bizarre way possible" sense that I've developed over the Trump years must have dozed. I'd actually forgotten the whole Cannon saga until her name came up again. That's one price of everything always developing in the most bizarre way possible; it overwhelms one's processing capacities--well, mine anyway.Are you really surprised?
Accept that you're a leaf in the wind and that nothing is beyond these people. Root yourself in the Tao. Kick somebody in the nads. Be free.That's one price of everything always developing in the most bizarre way possible; it overwhelms one's processing capacities--well, mine anyway.
So he kept just moving them to hide them and hold onto them? Even from his lawyers? Just for hoarding and bragging purposes??
What I find slightly encouraging is that Trump's "speech" isn't really being covered, or at most it's a blip on the radar. In 2015/16, all the news networks would have been talking about this constantly. But it seems like they've learned their lesson & are just covering the actual facts of the indictment, rather than the Trump spectacle of it all.
Only if also granting religious protections undoes it. They wouldn't have been in there at all but for the governor, just like they'd always not been there. But you're correct, they aren't as righteously gentrified as NYC or SF.