Political Bias of Lead Stone Juror EXPOSED, Nets Respond With Blackout

 Political Bias of Lead Stone Juror EXPOSED, Nets Respond With Blackout

Tameka Hart, the forewoman in the federal trial against Roger Stone, was exposed on Wednesday by Daily Caller investigative reporter Chuck Ross for once being a Democratic candidate for Congress, on top of being a staunch anti-Trump opponent. While the story continued to spread online, the liberal broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) tried to hide the revelation from their viewers.

On Thursday, the networks continued to insist (via obsession) that the only controversy with the case was Attorney General William Barr requesting a shorter incarceration period than what prosecutors were demanding.

A simple review of Hart’s Twitter account proves how politically motivated she was by far-left politics. In October of last year, she took President Trump’s strong condemnation of Turkey’s dictator and suggested our President was the real “devil.” And other deep dives of her social media history show much of the same.

Meanwhile, during the Thursday edition of Fox News Channel’s Special Report, chief White House correspondent John Roberts was helping viewers understand the Hart controversy:

But a new revelation in all of this, when the jury forewoman from the Stone trial came forward to support the four prosecutors who resigned after the recommendation was scrapped.

Tameka Hart posting on Facebook, “It pains me to see the DOJ now interfere with the hard work of the prosecutors. They acted with the utmost intelligence, integrity, and respect for our system of justice.” Hart, who works for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation ran as a Democrat for Congress in 2012 and has posted tweets critical of President Trump.

Roberts also noted that “the President fired back” in a tweet that read: “Now it looks like the foreperson and the jury in the Roger Stone case had significant bias. Add that to everything else, and this is not looking good for the ‘Justice’ Department.”

But the only Trump tweets the networks were interested in were the ones they claimed, without evidence, showed that Trump was directing Barr to interfere with Stone’s sentencing.

“On Tuesday, Justice Department prosecutors recommended a seven to nine-year prison sentence for the President’s close friend, Roger Stone,” reported ABC Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas on World News Tonight. “The President, furious, tweeting, ‘Cannot allow this miscarriage of justice!’ And just hours later, the Attorney General officially overruling his own prosecutors to recommend a lighter sentence.”

In an exclusive interview, Thomas pressed Barr: “Did you talk to the President at all about your decision regarding the recommendations?” The other networks all ran the soundbites.

Speaking of tweets about the Stone case, Ross actually uncovered an instance of Hart retweeting criticism of Trump’s outrage at how Stone was arrested.

The transcript is below, click “expand” to read:

Fox News Channel’s Special Report
February 13, 2020
6:02:58 p.m. Eastern

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JOHN ROBERTS: But a new revelation in all of this, when the jury forewoman from the Stone trial came forward to support the four prosecutors who resigned after the recommendation was scrapped.

Tameka Hart posting on Facebook, “It pains me to see the DOJ now interfere with the hard work of the prosecutors. They acted with the utmost intelligence, integrity, and respect for our system of justice.” Hart, who works for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation ran as a Democrat for Congress in 2012 and has posted tweets critical of President Trump.

The President fired back, “Now it looks like the foreperson and the jury in the Roger Stone case had significant bias. Add that to everything else, and this is not looking good for the ‘Justice’ Department.”

In a statement to Fox News, Stone’s attorney Grant Smith says, “Mr. Stone and his defense team are diligently reviewing the newly reported information to determine any appropriate next steps.”

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