BOMBSHELL REPORT: Judge Who Punished Trump Lawyer A Democrat Donor

(Congress Report) – Judge Yvette Roland of California, who just one month ago disbarred former President Donald Trump’s former attorney and constitutional legal scholar, John Eastman, gave donations to a Democratic PAC in 2023 that funneled all of the money it was given to a Super PAC working around the clock to stop “undermining the most basic tenet of our democracy, the right to vote.” This means that since the charges Eastman was facing were because of his efforts to look into election corruption in the previous presidential race, Roland should have recused herself due to a conflict of interest.

Obviously, she did not.

According to The Georgia Star News, “While serving on the bench, Roland donated $250 twice on March 30, 2023 to Newsom for California Governor 2022 (NCG). Just 18 days later, NCG then contributed everything it had raised, about $23 million, to Campaign for Democracy Group (CDG), an independent expenditure Super PAC. CDG is primarily supporting Newsom. Its website states, ‘Across the country, extremist Republicans are systematically attacking the very foundations of a free society — bullying and criminalizing the most vulnerable, denying women equality and reproductive healthcare, attacking communities of color, dehumanizing immigrants seeking the American Dream, banning books and restricting speech, and undermining the most basic tenet of our democracy, the right to vote.'”

Under the heading “Threats” the website goes on to launch an attack against former U.S. Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy for challenging the 2020 election results and claiming there was corruption that led to Joe Biden’s victory. The site stated that he “Voted to Overturn the Presidential Election,” and “led 147 Republicans in trying to invalidate the results of the 2020 presidential election.” It then slams McCarthy for “Helping Perpetuate Conspiracy Theories About January 6,” going on to add, “McCarthy consistently attacked the January 6 committee and even released video footage of the attack to Tucker Carlson in order to bolster conspiracy theories about January 6.”

“The charges against Eastman accused him of lying when he said during his January 6 speech that ‘dead people voted.’ This was false, he said, because election officials in Michigan admitted that 1,500 votes were cast in the names of dead people — the officials disagreed that the number was higher. After Eastman pointed that out, he said the bar attorneys changed their accusation to state that 1,500 wasn’t enough to change the election results,” GSN divulged.

“The CDG website lists Texas Governor Greg Abbott as a threat due to his election integrity efforts, citing his removal of noncitizens from the voter rolls, supporting voter ID requirements, and ‘establish[ing] a $1.5 million ‘Special Investigations Unit’ to hunt down players in what he called ‘epidemic’ voter fraud,'” the piece noted.

As per the report, NCG received what is known as “Smurfing” donations. Between the years of 2023 and 2024 there were an astounding 74 million contributions made to the organization. Keep in mind, the population of the state of California is 38.9 million. That’s more than the actual number of people who live in the state and not every single person who lives there is a Democrat, even though it sometimes seems like it. Peter Bernegger, an election integrity journalist, working alongside James O’Keefe and investigator Chris Gleason, helped to reveal that officials, candidates, and ActBlue had accepted tens of thousands of small donations that were allegedly facilitated by liberal activists in the names of people who weren’t even aware of them.

The CSN disclosed, “Bernegger told The Arizona Sun Times that progressive activists use bots to take names from the FEC website, where the donor has indicated they are retired or have left the employment space blank. He said he believes they target these types of donors since ‘they are unlikely to be able to fight back.'”

“After Bernegger filed 52 ethics complaints against officials and candidates over the contributions, prosecutors arrested and charged him with a felony that has only been used against individuals twice since 1977, simulating a legal process,” it added.

If you take a look at Canon 5 of the California Code of Judicial Ethics, it says, “A judge or candidate for judicial office shall not engage in political or campaign activity that is inconsistent with the independence, integrity, or impartiality of the judiciary.”

Canon 4 explains, “A judge shall so conduct the judge’s quasi-judicial and extrajudicial activities as to minimize the risk of conflict with judicial obligations.”

And then Canon 2 goes on to say, “A judge shall avoid impropriety and the appearance of impropriety in all of 18 the judge’s activities.”

Eastman is now in the process of appealing the disbarment. Thus far, his GiveSendGo account has raised a staggering $74,958 to help pay for his legal defense. He’s currently a defendant alongside former President Donald Trump in the case brought against him in Georgia by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, and is also an unnamed co-conspirator in the election prosecution brought against Trump by Special Counsel Jack Smith.

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