Federal judge condemns Biden’s corrupt DJ for having two standards in trial

Judge Trevor McFadden

A federal judge on Wednesday condemned Biden’s corrupt judiciary for having two standards in the January 6 trial of defendants vs. leftist rioters.

BREAKING: The Fed judge on January 6 condemned the corrupt DOJ for having 2 standards in the trial of the accused v. Leftist rioters. https://t.co/6UimlCMsXp

– Tom Fitton (ম Tom Fitton) March 24, 2022

On Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden ignored the recommendation of a Trump-appointed federal prosecutor and sentenced a Texas florist to pay a 5,000 fine and two months in prison for entering the Capitol on Jan. 6.

Jenny Cood entered the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 and was sentenced by a furious DOJ judge in Biden to 75 days in prison, one year in custody and 60 hours of community service, WUSA reported.

Kude’s lawyer, Marina Medwin, argued that her client was being recommended in prison for a nonviolent crime because of her political views.

And Judge McFadden agreed.

Judge McFadden blasted the DOJ’s prosecutors, saying that during the Supreme Court hearing in Brett Kavanagh, Cudd’s recommended sentence was “disproportionate” to that of other leftist protesters.

According to WUSA, McFadden said, “It looks like there were two different standards of government here, and I can’t comply with that.”

WUSA reports:

A Texas florist who bragged about storming the Capitol on Jan. 6 and promised to join “later” will pay a hefty fine and a short probationary sentence – prosecutors argued while in prison that he deserved it.

Jenny Kood of Midland, Texas, appeared before U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden on Wednesday to be sentenced to one count of “A” for entering and leaving a confined building. After hearing arguments from the prosecution and Wood’s attorney, McFadden fined him $ 5,000 and sentenced him to two months in jail. He will have to pay $ 500 for the recovery, which his attorney says he has already done.

Prosecutors asked McFadden to sentence Kud to 75 days in prison, one year in custody and 60 hours of community service. Assistant U.S. Attorney Laura Hill said Kude, dressed in a bulletproof sweatshirt, prepared for the Jan. 6 violence, engaged in a self-described push against law enforcement, and celebrated the destruction of property after leaving the Capitol. He also pointed to the apparent lack of remorse for his role in the riots, as evidenced by repeated statements from January 6.

Cudd’s attorney, Marina Medwin, accused the DOJ of “gambling” and suggested that prosecutors recommend a jail term because of his political views, not his personal actions. He dismissed Cudd’s social media statements as “drunken tirades” and repeatedly compared how federal prosecutors charged or were not charged in Portland and during a confirmation hearing for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh. McFadden was the right listener for those arguments, making similar comparisons over and over again during other Capitol riot hearings.

Prior to his sentencing, McFadden stated that he did not believe in “collective justice” and that he found the DOJ’s recommendation of punishment for Kud “disproportionate” from others with similar behavior.

Attorney Marina Medwin celebrates her big win on Twitter.

Lawyers spend our leisure time thinking about our clients’ cases – considering information, defense, appeals, and so on. Lawsuits become a part of your life because lawsuits never leave your mind. So you will understand when I say that working with great people is an honor and privilege. pic.twitter.com/lcTjOaKDqi

– Marina Medvin (MarinaMedvin) March 23, 2022

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