JUST IN: Supreme Court Hearings Could Have MASSIVE Implications For Trump

The Supreme Court of the United States could indirectly intervene in the January 6th related charges against former President Donald J. Trump should it choose to hear the appeals of three January 6th protestors charged with “obstructing an official proceeding,” the same charge Trump faces.

According to NBC, the Justices of the Supreme Court are considering three appeals from defendants Joseph Fischer, Edward Lang, and Garret Miller. Initially, the court was to consider the cases during their regular weekly meeting on Friday, however, the death of retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor resulted in the cancellation of that meeting. The case is likely to be considered on December 8th.

BREAKING: Reagan-appointed Supreme Court Justice, Sandra Day O’Connor, passes away at 93.

She was nominated in 1981 and described by Reagan as “truly a person for all seasons, possessing those unique qualities of temperament, fairness, intellectual capacity.”

In 2018, O’Connor… pic.twitter.com/qHwWFrVdqQ

— TP Breaking Alerts (@tpbreaking) December 1, 2023

Fischer, Lang, and Miller are seeking to have the charge against them dismissed an over-extension of 18 U.S.C. 1512(c)(2), which establishes efforts to “corruptly” obstruct, influence or impede any official proceeding. The Justice Department under President Joe Biden has defined the term



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