Liberal Fury as Supreme Court Considers Trump Immunity

( – The Supreme Court recently confirmed it would consider whether or not former President Donald Trump possessed immunity from criminal prosecution for actions he took while still in office, much to the dismay of various liberal politicians and celebrities throughout the country. The Supreme Court’s decision to rule on whether or not Trump has immunity will likely delay the former president’s criminal trial until after the 2024 presidential election concludes. Deliberations on Trump’s immunity will likely begin towards the end of April, and the decision could take months.

Immediately after the Supreme Court announced the pending legal decision, liberal celebrities accused the judicial body of manipulating the 2024 presidential election to help Trump. Despite the criticisms from famous liberals, the Supreme Court claims it would consider the broader concept of presidential immunity, a growing legal issue cited by multiple presidents throughout the past few decades, including Trump and President Joe Biden.

Among the liberal personalities arguing against the Supreme Court decision is Chris Hayes, a talk show host for MSNBC, who accused the Supreme Court of holding a clear bias favoring the former president. According to Hayes, the Supreme Court plans to support Trump by purposely helping the former president avoid criminal prosecution for crimes he allegedly committed while serving as the chief executive. Hayes referred to the conservative majority on the Supreme Court as evidence of political bias, along with the fact that Trump appointed current justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

Lawmakers, including Representative Adam Schiff (D-California), also joined in criticizing the Supreme Court. Schiff argued against presidential immunity, claiming that political leaders like Trump should face criminal consequences for potential misconduct. According to Schiff, the Supreme Court didn’t have a valid reason to consider the arguments favoring presidential immunity, and the court’s decision is indicative of a bias favoring the former president.

Although Schiff expressed his concerns regarding the Supreme Court’s decision to determine whether or not a president possesses immunity from criminal charges, his fellow Representative Ted Lieu (D-California) cited the legal decision as encouragement for Democratic voters. According to Lieu, the Supreme Court decision will prompt various liberal voters to participate in the 2024 presidential election to ensure that Trump fails to win his re-election bid.

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