Trump rips off ‘partisan hack’ judge who ruled he deliberately lied about voter fraud in lawsuit

donald trump After tearing up a California judge on Thursday, he called it a ‘partisan hack’ stated in the judgment The former president filed a lawsuit alleging fraudulent elections, he knew it was wrong.

Trump was nominated Wednesday Decision by U.S. District Judge David Cartertook control of the lawyer John Eastmanemails with former presidents were unprotected attorney-client communications, as they could be evidence of a crime.

In the 18-page ruling, Mr. Carter said the emails were “fully relevant to and aiding a conspiracy to defraud the United States.”

A judge ordered dozens of documents, including emails, to be released to the House of Representatives January 6 committee investigating last year’s attack on the Capitol.

The emails “show efforts by President Trump and his attorneys to impose false claims in federal court to delay the Jan. 6 vote,” he wrote.

Mr Trump said he “bred certain actions not to obtain legal remedies, but to suspend or delay court proceedings before Congress on January 6.”

Eastman was a driving force in the attempt to overthrow the 2020 election. concocted the plan outlined in his so-called “coup memo” has a former vice president Mike Pence Refused to authenticate the electoral votes of January 6 last year.

Carter’s decision could have serious implications for Trump if he is proven to have been involved in a conspiracy to overturn an election he knew was legitimate.

In a Truth Social post on Thursday, Trump criticized Carter, writing, “All the very nasty, wrong, and uninformed statements about me regarding the ongoing rulings and lawsuits (anything!) in California. I sent it to the person who sent it,” he criticized.

“Explain to this partisan hack that the 2020 presidential election was rigged and stolen,” he added.

There is no evidence that the 2020 election was rigged, but there have been careful investigations by numerous state legislatures and election commissions, and dozens of lawsuits across the country.

Carter said in the ruling that Trump sued for false statements that Thousands of votes were illegal in Georgia — even though he had been informed by Eastman that some of the claims were “inaccurate” and had no evidence to support them.

After Trump signed the verification of the first state court filing in December 2020, he was “informed that some of the allegations (and the evidence provided by the experts) were inaccurate.” Eastman warned in one of his emails cited in the judgment, “It is not accurate for him to sign a new verification with that knowledge (and incorporation by reference).”

Nevertheless, Trump and his legal team continued to file subsequent complaints “with the same inaccurate figures without correction, clarification, or otherwise altering them,” Carter wrote. “The emails show that President Trump knew certain voter fraud numbers were wrong, but continued to promote those numbers in both courts and the public.”

This article originally appeared on huff post and updated.