John Eastman was not at fault for giving a lecture to Fani Willis. Eastman is a respected professor of Law at Chapman University. He has also served as an expert in constitutional law and a constitutional law clerk with the U.S. Supreme Court. He has held several positions including that of dean of Fowler School of Law. Eastman is an avid reader, a debater, a teacher, and a constitutionalist. He donates generously his time to causes he believes need his expertise.
Donald Trump, the former President of the United States is our client. The left is after him.
John Eastman gave Donald Trump advice that the left had tried but is now against. John Eastman should lose his job and go to jail. It may seem crazy to some people that Eastman would have given the President of the United States advice on how to deal with his opponents in court for what he believed was a stolen election.
Willis (and Jack Smith)’s indictment demands that a jury or judge be convinced that Donald Trump knew he lost the election, and that everything he did to combat “election fraud”, whether real or perceived, was a “conspiracy”.
It is a difficult sell.
The hardest job in America might be the Fulton County DA’s.
Think about it.
She must convince a jury that Donald Trump didn’t really believe that the same political party that called him a Russian Secret Agent, claimed he had a magic phone to the Kremlin, and hired imaginary… pic.twitter.com/Q3oI8WH7kb
— Victoria Taft, The Adult in the Room, FITF Squad (@VictoriaTaft) August 18, 2023
U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights adherents are apoplectic with concern that a person who claims to have gone to a legitimate law school in this country could so easily and blithely blow off the First, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments. We guess somebody changed the rules of law just as they changed the rules right before the 2020 election.
Willis accuses Eastman of coming up with a scheme the left refers to as “fake votes”. Hollywood used this scheme to elect Hillary Clinton. In this case Trump. Then, they will act as electors in place of those previously selected.
Recall this one!
You may remember Martin Sheen being rolled up by the federal government and marched into prison. No, that didn’t really happen.
Imagine Eastman, reading the 65 Project Fani indictment and thinking of the movie Billy Madison. “What you wrote is one of the most insanely dumb things I’ve heard,” he would think. You were nowhere near rational thought during your rambling. The chorus of “amens,” in fact, would follow his statement that “everyone is dumber for listening to it.”
Eastman surrendered himself because he believed in the rule of law even when surrounded by lawless Jacobins. Eastman gave a few tips to the idiot who hung her entire career on what Media Matters, David Brock, and other people told her she should do, regardless of the laws.
Eastman said to a small group outside the courthouse: “I am here today to submit myself to an indictment that should never have been brought.” He said that indicting the president’s attorney “represents a crossing of the Rubicon for the country.” This violates the First Amendment right to petition the government for redress of grievances.
Eastman’s words were unfamiliar to Fani Willis who was unaware of their existence.
He stated that it was “as disturbing” to target lawyers for their zealous representation of their clients, which attorneys have an ethical obligation to provide. The attempt was made by “formally contesting the results of an electoral through legal, appropriate means.” He claimed that the Fulton County Superior Court had never given them this opportunity. ”
In his comments, he continued to lecture on what the Constitution says about attorneys who represent their clients.
This indictment, which attempts to criminalize such a right, has had serious consequences for the justice system.
He expressed his confidence in the rule of law after promising to vigorously fight the charges. “I am confident that my co-defendants and I will be fully vindicated when the laws are faithfully interpreted, in this case.”
Rudy Giuliani is scheduled to meet with Georgia officials Wednesday. The focus then shifts to Iowa, where the GOP debate will take place.
Former President Trump is scheduled to visit Fulton County in Georgia on Thursday.
The left rejoiced when John Eastman, a former law professor, surrendered to the booking section of the sheriff’s department in Atlanta. They finally got their mugshot.
Harvey Silverglate, the host of the Adult in the Room Podcast, talks about Eastman’s case.
Mike Davis of the Article III Project believes that Trump will also be able to beat the Georgia charges. Listen to our discussion on the Adult in the Room Podcast.
Eastman was released after posting bail of $100,000.
The travesty continues.