MSNBC Guest Melts DOWN After Trump Scores Huge Victory – EVOL

The decision by a New York appeals court judge to decrease the bond required for former President Donald Trump to appeal a civil fraud ruling by Judge Arthur Engoron to $175 million instead of over $450 million on Monday was criticized by a MSNBC commentator as a “miscarriage of justice.” Tristan Snell expressed his frustration with the ruling, calling it “flawed” during an interview with MSNBC host Jose Diaz-Balart.

“Honestly, this is so infuriating I don’t even know what to do. I don’t even know if I care what the process is that these judges are arriving at,” Snell told Diaz-Balart. “Whatever it is, it’s flawed. I can tell you that much. David put it well. This is a different process for this person. We have decided that he gets his own private court of justice. He has a private plane. He has private clubs that he lives in. He basically has fashioned himself his own private militia to try to take over the Capitol. Now he’s getting his own private system of justice. This is an absolute travesty.”

Engoron had previously determined that Trump was responsible for fraud on September 26, directing the revocation of several business licenses



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