Fox News’ bizarre response to Trump assault judge’s death threat

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Fox News Roundtable Moderator Five Denied reports that threats were made against the Florida federal judge who approved the search warrant This resulted in an FBI raid. Former President Donald Trump’s mansion in Palm Beach.

Following Monday’s raid, the right wing extremists threatened Judges posted online sharing their home addresses, phone numbers, and what they believed to be the names of relatives. removed From the court’s website.Commentators like the one on the right FiveJesse Watters also worked to link Judge to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, as the judge was once Epstein’s pilot’s defense attorney and scheduler’s defense attorney.

Jessica Tarlov is FiveA resident and center-left co-host of the , mentioned threats against judges, some anti-Semitic, and the topic soon changed to threats against Supreme Court justices.

“By the way, this judge who donated to President Obama and Jeb Bush has now had to remove his information from the internet,” Tarlov repeated. “He and his family are threatened.”

“Same as the Supreme Court Justice.” Judge Janine Pirro Likely to point to backlash against court conservatives after tipping Law vs Wade.

Tarlov replied that he was “shocked” considering Pirro was a judge in New York in the early 1990s. She then set her sights on her other colleagues as well.

“By the way, all I hear at this table is that the only crazy, freewheeling violent types are Democrats. This happened in a day, this guy gotta hide I have evidence that it won’t.

Second half of the segment, co-host Greg Gutfeld To move on from the “actual injustice” of the raids, we briefly dealt with the threats before the press strangely suggested they were turning them into stories.

“I think these threats are legitimate, but ‘It’s not about raids. It’s about right-wing raids,'” Gutfeld insisted. “This always happens when something happens. [like this] happen. “Right popped out!” That’s their way of staying away from the actual injustice. ”

Since news of the raid broke Monday night, several Fox hosts and guests have File complaint after complaint About supposed injustice.baseless story also persisted According to the likes of Watters, Trump’s attorneys and Trump himself, the FBI may have planted the evidence.

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