Trump’s New Impeachment Lawyers Aided Jeff Epstein, Bill Cosby Cases
Trump’s second impeachment trial starts next week, and it was an eventful weekend of hilarious Trumpian stupidity on that front. On Saturday night, CNN reported that all of Trump’s lawyers up and quit on him, because they were unwilling to go along with Trump’s insistence on the demonstrably bullsh!t charges that the election was stolen from him. Then on Sunday, Trump hired two new lawyers who have connections to the criminal sexual assault defenses of — Hey-o! — Jeffrey Epstein and Bill Cosby.
I'd really like to hear a Q-splanation from @mtgreenee and @laurenboebert on how Trump's handpicked lawyer David Schoen, a man who agreed to defend Jeffrey Epstein, fits into their whole Democrat baby eating pedophile narrative. https://t.co/WC0Wt0FInk
— Change is now ? (@Do_good2020) February 1, 2021
Let’s begin with new Trump attorney David Schoen. According to CNBC, “Schoen also reportedly met with accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein on Aug. 1, 2019, days before Epstein’s death in New York’s Metropolitan Correctional Center. Schoen was considering whether to become Epstein’s lead attorney.”
That shit of course came to a complete halt nine days later, after Epstein’s completely fishy “suicide.” In the immediate aftermath, Schoen told the Atlanta Jewish Times that “I don’t believe it was suicide.” and “I think someone killed him. I don’t like to speculate. I’m not a conspiracy theorist.” But he is now representing a conspiracy theorist in Trump, after his hopes of defending Jeffrey Epstein for the alleged abuse and/or trafficking of 36 young girls.
Trump now has two new defense attorneys, first:
David Schoen who represented Roger Stone and about to represent Jeffrey Epstein before his suicide;
Bruce Castor, Jr who declined to prosecute Bill Cosby
Very respectable lawyers ?? pic.twitter.com/nVC85BCFfm
— MaureenR8209 (@MaureenR8209) February 1, 2021
And we have a similar assault-enabling piece of work in Trump’s other new impeachment lawyer Bruce Castor, Jr. NBC Philadelphia points out that “Castor also gained notoriety during the sex assault trial for Bill Cosby. Castor declined to arrest Cosby in 2005 after a lawsuit was filed against him by Andrea Constand,” back when Castor was District Attorney in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Cosby was eventually tried and sentenced in 2018.
It appears that Trump's new impeachment lawyer's firm sued Trump and the US Postal Service.
In their lawsuit, they noted that Trump has made "repeated claims" "that voting by mail is ripe with fraud despite having no evidence in support of those claims." pic.twitter.com/zRSE7acO3Q
— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) January 31, 2021
Trump’s Senate impeachment trial is scheduled to begin Feb. 9. There has been no comment this far from Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Greene on Trump being represented by space-laser shooting Jews.