Liveblog - Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: SCOTUS Grants TFG Cert in J6 Case Immunity Claim

First, let this serve as today’s blog because more than likely, we will continue to get more information on it and have clips about what others are saying. Feel free to post any CREDIBLE updates you might run across. Second, the question SCOTUS will have to address is this:

“Whether and if so to what extent does a former President enjoy presidential immunity from criminal prosecution for conduct alleged to involve official acts during his tenure in office.”

If you’re a MAGAt who likes to pretend you know how things work, just don’t; it’s way over your head.

SCOTUS has set oral arguments to begin for the week of April 22 on whether the rapist can be criminally prosecuted for acts he took while president.

Trump’s pretrial proceedings in D.C. will remain on hold until a ruling is issued, putting the Supreme Court in the politically fraught position of influencing the timing of an election obstruction trial for the leading Republican presidential candidate. The high court could rule at any time after argument and almost certainly will do so before its term ends in late June or early July, potentially pushing any D.C. trial well into the presidential election season.

Some legal experts had predicted that at least the required four justices would want to weigh in on whether presidential acts can be criminally prosecuted — a question Trump has also raised in his separate Florida and Georgia trials. But simply by taking up the matter now, the high court has effectively helped Trump achieve his goal of pushing back at least the D.C. trial, which originally was scheduled to start next week. The former president has repeatedly pressed to postpone all his trials until after the November election, raising the possibility that if he is elected he could try to have the federal cases dismissed.


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