The disgraced, twice-impeached, LOSER ex-prznint Stupid has alleged that the FBI planted evidence during its search of Merde-a-Lardo –a search which netted a trove of at least 100 classified (at all levels) documents from his own desk and believe it or not, the unsecured basement of his country-club, with a WIDE OPEN bootlegger tunnel to the beach, which any beach bum could stumble upon. A teenage boy followed the tunnel into the clubhouse. We are not making this up.
In the days following the search Lord Damp Nut and his team spread conspiracy theories about the FBI planting evidence:
We bring this up as background information to our main question, which is: Why did Judge (Come-ON) Aileen (Loose) Cannon let off the hook the man who appointed her from having to testify under oath that the FBI tampered with evidence?
If you had not heard, Loose Cannon overruled her own court-appointed special master, Judge Raymond Dearie, who commanded Team Evil to state under oath which items they alleged were planted by the FBI. Wild speculation of evidence tampering to Fox News-watching chumps is one thing, but lying under oath to a judge is perjury. Lord Damp Nut’s attorneys could face a world of hurt if they knowingly make false declarations to Judge Dearie, including some time off from the rest of society and the loss of their licenses to practice law. This might explain the sudden disappearance of lead attorney Chris Kise.
Anyway, Judge Cannon protected them from that fate, and overruled her own Special Master from asking such a basic and probing question.
I cannot think of any earthly reason why Loose Cannon would do this, what law does it serve, etc., other than she is under thrall to the Orange Menace and is doing what she perceives to be to his benefit.
And we conclude that we are not alone in thinking that Judge Cannon is in the bag for TFG:
(And do click on it and read the full conversation, which includes a screenshot of the document acknowledging receipt of the complaint.)