Brett Kavanaugh learned this surprising fact about the criminal charges against Donald Trump

Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh Official Portrait, Public Domain via Picryl

Joe Biden drafted the most aggressive Democrat prosecutor in America to put Donald Trump behind bars.

Now the cases have a strange link to a Supreme Court Justice.

And Brett Kavanaugh learned this surprising fact about the criminal charges against Donald Trump.

On August 1, 2023, Joe Biden prosecutor Jack Smith unveiled his indictment against Donald Trump for contesting the results of the 2020 election.

Jack Smith conjured new legal theories based on never before used interpretations of federal law, to file politically motivated indictments against Donald Trump.

Smith dredged up laws from the 1800s, statutes used to target the Ku Klux Klan, and a novel view of obstruction statutes to criminalize Donald Trump’s right to speak freely and petition his government.

Shortly after the indictment, Smith proposed a January 2, 2024 trial date, just 120 days after filing charges against Donald Trump.

Democrat Judge Tanya Chutkan went along with Smith’s unconstitutional and un-American argument that the right to a speedy trial rests with the government and set a trial date of March 4, 2024.

The right to a speedy trial rests with the defense, which the framers put in place so the government couldn’t make the accused rot away in prison awaiting trial.

But in this case the party most interested in a speedy trial was the Democrat Party, as ensuring Trump ran against Joe Biden as a convicted felon is the essence of their 2024 campaign message.

The politics at play were clear when comparing the Biden administration’s rush to force Trump to stand trial to the treatment of Nicholas Roske, a Joe Biden supporter who police arrested outside Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home when he attempted to assassinate the judge.

Roske traveled from California to Maryland to kill Kavanaugh over Roske’s anger at Kavanaugh voting to overturn Roe v. Wade and expand Second Amendment rights.

More than 500 days have passed since federal marshals arrested Roske, and there is still no trial date set.

The average federal case takes between one and three years to go to trial once the government brings charges.

Joe Biden’s Justice Department is more than happy to observe a normal trial schedule when it comes to one of their voters attempting to murder a conservative Supreme Court Justice.

There is no public interest that wouldn’t be served by holding Donald Trump’s trial after the 2024 election.

But the political interests of Joe Biden and the Democrat Party are the main consideration for Smith and Judge Chutkan.

That’s why they violated Donald Trump’s Sixth Amendment right to put together a competent legal defense by putting this case on a rocket docket to make sure Joe Biden gets the criminal conviction Democrats believe will turn swing voters against Donald Trump.

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.