Fox News Analyst Blast Partisan DC Judge

Daily Report November 30,2023

Fox News analyst Sol Wisenberg blasted a Washington, D.C. judge for failing to shed a political bias in court.

Wisenberg, during an appearance on “The Ingraham Angle,” said U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell’s failure to shed her political bias in court is doing tremendous damage to the American justice system.

Howell, who is involved in one of former President Donald Trump’s cases, reportedly made biased comments regarding the January 6 protest during the annual gala of the Women’s White Collar Defense Association. The Obama-appointed judge said the protest was the impact of “big lies.

“My D.C. judicial colleagues and I regularly see the impact of big lies at the sentencing of hundreds, hundreds of individuals who have been convicted for offense conduct on Jan. 6, 2021, when they disrupted the certification of the 2020 presidential election at the U.S. Capitol,” said Howell. “We are having a very surprising and downright troubling moment in this country when the very importance of facts is dismissed, or ignored. “That’s very risky business for all of us in our democracy. … The facts matter.”

While Howell did not mention former President Donald Trump by name, Politico suggested that the judge was referring to the former president.

Wisenberg blasted Howell’s comments while insisting that there would be no recourse for her public political bias.

“There’s very little recourse when you realize that they’re within the D.C. U.S. District Court System. I can’t stress enough, Laura, how dangerous this is,” Wisenberg stated. “You know, the independent judiciary is the crown jewel of the American system, and when a judge doesn’t — can’t shed his or her political role, it does tremendous damage to that. You know I clerked for a judge on the Second Circuit, J. Daniel Mahoney. He was co-founder of The New York State Conservative Party that got Al D’Amato elected and James Buckley elected. But when he went on the Second Circuit, that ended. He never gave a speech of any kind that was in any way political. You have to realize this when you put on the robe. She’s made a number of very, what I consider, inappropriate comments. And I think though, just bringing it to the public’s attention — public shaming, filing any motion that you can, is the most realistic recourse you have right now.”

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