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Jury Foreman In Roger Stone Case Was Trump-Hating Russia Collusion Hoaxer
FEBRUARY 13, 2020 By Tristan Justice
Social media posts from the lead juror in the Roger Stone trial, who is “standing up” for the four prosecutors who withdrew from the case this week, reveal she was a perpetuator of the grand Russian collusion conspiracy theory in addition to showing an obvious bias against Stone.

In March of 2019, Tomeka Hart tweeted about the Mueller indictments which, at the time, included Stone.

“Ignoring the numerous indictments, guilty pleas, and convictions of people in 45’s inner-circle, some Republicans are asserting that the Mueller investigation was a waste of time because he hasn’t found evidence,” Hart wrote on Twitter sharing from a now-deleted Facebook post.

Two months earlier, she even tweeted about Stone’s arrest and posted an article laying out Stone’s indictment.

In August last year, Hart also tweeted that anybody who supported President Donald Trump was racist.

“Then stop being racists. Co-signing and defending a racist and his racist rhetoric makes you racist. Point blank,” Hart wrote on Twitter while linking to a piece in the Atlantic of Trump supporters complaining about the label constantly being lodged against them.

But believe it or not, it gets worse. While Hart was serving on the jury, she tweeted about the president’s impeachment, sharing a letter to the editor in the New York Times requesting the outlet use more direct language to accuse Trump of committing a crime in his dealings with Ukraine.

There are also these tweets from 2017:

Hart declared Wednesday that she was going to “stand up” for the prosecutors pushing for a seven to nine-year imprisonment for the 67-year-old first-time offender convicted on obstruction of a congressional investigation and witness tampering. The overly harsh sentence caught officials at the Justice Department by surprise and drew condemnation from Trump who took out his anger on the prosecutors on the case who have now quit.

Hours after Trump declared the sentence “horrible and very unfair,” the Department announced it would seek a shorter imprisonment.

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Lead Juror In Roger Stone Trial Was Left-Wing Former Political Candidate Who Despises Trump
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Thu, 02/13/2020 - 09:45
The lead juror in the Roger Stone trial is a former Democratic congressional candidate who hates President Trump, and actively posted anti-Trump material online during the trial, according to Cernovich.com and the Daily Caller.

Tomeka Hart admitted to being a Stone trial juror in a Facebook post expressing outrage after four prosecutors withdrew from his case on Tuesday in protest of the DOJ revising the longtime Trump adviser's recommended sentence of up to nine years in prison for a process crime (while James Wolfe, the former Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) staffer who leaked a top secret FISA application to his mistress, journalist Ali Watkins, was sentenced to just two months in prison).

"I have kept my silence for months. Initially, it was for my safety. Then, I decided to remain silent out of fear of politicizing the matter," Hart wrote on Facebook, adding "But I can't keep quiet any longer.

CNN first reported Hart’s post but did not note that she was a Democrat. Commercial Appeal, a news outlet affiliated with USA Today that spoke to Hart, reported details of her professional background. Those details match up with the same person who ran for Congress in 2012. A Politico reporter who covered Stone’s trial identified Hart as a former congressional candidate. -Daily Caller

Meanwhile, Hart - who was a Democratic congressional candidate in Tennessee in 2012, has a Twitter history littered with anti-Trump propaganda and was actively posting on social media during the trial. This, as attorney and journalist @Techno_Fog points out, raises questions over how she responded to the juror questionnaire which asked specific questions regarding social media, the Mueller investigation, and running for public office.

Her Twitter feed shows dozens of references to Trump, many of them links to negative stories about the Republican. In a Twitter post on Aug. 19, 2017, Hart quoted a tweet referring to Trump as the “#KlanPresident,” in an apparent reference to the KKK. -Daily Caller

Hart, meanwhile, isn't the first anti-Trump juror. Another one is married to a DOJ official who works for the division that worked to bring down Stone.

Stone, who was arrested in a dramatic pre-dawn FBI raid for a process crime in January, 2019, argued that he would be unable to receive a fair trial in Washington D.C., according to the Daily Caller. He was convicted on November 15, 2019 on five counts of making false statements to Congress, along with one obstruction charge and one witness tampering charge.

The government lawyers quit the Stone case after the Justice Department ordered a revision to the U.S. attorney’s office’s recommendation that Stone serve between 87 months and 108 months in prison on false statements and obstruction charges related to the House Intelligence Committee’s Russia investigation. -Daily Caller

Trump called Stone's recommended sentence "disgraceful" and a "miscarriage of justice."

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Fitton on Roger Stone: Rogue prosecutors tried to vindicate their own anti-Trump scam by going after ally
Stone's entire case came about because of Mueller's investigation, which found no evidence of collusion
Posted on February 13, 2020 in Conspiracy, Courts, Deep State, Department of Justice, Federal Court, Trump Administration

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(TNS) The president of legal watchdog group Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton, blasted the federal prosecutors who tried to railroad longtime GOP operative Roger Stone during an appearance on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Wednesday.

Agreeing with Carlson that the prosecution against Stone, a close ally of President Donald Trump, was “the most political” he’s ever seen, Fitton noted that the four prosecutors now being feted by the Left-wing press and Democrats who quit the case this week after the Justice Department intervened, were operating on their own agenda.

“It rises out of the Mueller investigation, which has been thoroughly compromised by not only the FISA but the political nature of the investigators, most of whom are Democrats or Democrat donors,” he said, in reference to earlier findings by the Justice Department inspector general that the FBI abused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court in order to obtain illicit warrants to spy on 2016 Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

“You also have them investigating Trump for almost two years, knowing the underlying issue — Russia collusion — was a big scam and a big lie, they knew that from the get-go,” Fitton continued — a reference to the bogus “Russia dossier,” which was manufactured, paid for by the Clinton campaign, and used by James Comey’s FBI as legitimate ‘intelligence’ to justify the Page warrants.

“There is a scandal at the Justice Department [but] it has nothing to do with Bill Barr,” Fitton said of the current attorney general.

“It has everything to do with these prosecutors who are acting like their own little team, independent of the rule of law, to target President Trump, to try to vindicate the [special counsel Robert] Mueller scam and slap at Trump after his vindication by acquittal in the impeachment thing,” he added.

You may recall that the prosecutorial team had recommended a sentence of between seven and nine years for Stone, who was convicted on one count of lying to Congress — something ranking Obama administration intelligence officials did regularly — interfering with a House investigation into the Russian collusion hoax, and “witness tampering.”

The witness tampering allegation related to Stone’s ‘intimidation’ of talk radio host Randy Credico — who has essentially laughed off the allegation. He said, “I never in any way felt that Stone himself posed a physical threat to me or my dog.”

Trump called the recommendation a “disgrace.”

“The fact is that Roger Stone was treated horribly and so were many other people,” Trump said. “Their lives were destroyed.”

He added: “Roger Stone — nobody even knows what he did… Frankly, they ought to apologize to a lot of people whose lives they’ve ruined.”

As for the prosecutorial team, Fitton noted that at least two of them “were Mueller operatives” who obviously had an interest in slamming Stone in “pushing for a sentence that the law doesn’t require.”

They were trying to put Stone “in jail for an extra period of time, beyond what the law would require,” he added, “according to the Justice Department’s own filing.

Fox News noted:

Fitton said Stone’s entire case came about because of Mueller’s investigation, which found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials, and which Fitton said was “compromised” by the FISA abuse scandal and the “political nature” with which the ex-FBI director’s probe was executed. Fitton also noted that two of the four prosecutors who withdrew from the Stone case — Aaron Zelinsky and Jonathan Kravis — after the Justice Department filed for a reduced sentence are linked to the Mueller investigation.

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Does a "lead juror's" vote carry more weight that the others?
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A jury foreman has the responsibility of performing a number of duties such as:

1. Ensuring that each jury member is present in the jury room when deliberations begin.

2. Confirming that each juror understands the deliberation procedures and knows that each member is allowed to ask questions s/he may have concerning the case.

3. Ensuring that deliberations are conducted in an orderly manner and that the discussion is open to each member.

4. Ensuring that a jury member does not bully another.

5. Confirming that each juror is aware of his/her responsibilities and that each juror is allowed to state their views and reasons as to their verdict.

6. Communicating on behalf of the jury with the judge.

7. Announcing the verdict.
Is there any indication that the jury foreman in question did not do these things properly?

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Is there any indication that the jury foreman in question did not do these things properly?
According to this she must have lied about bias. If she did not lie she never would have been picked for this jury. Don’t you think?
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According to this she must have lied about bias. If she did not lie she never would have been picked for this jury. Don’t you think?
Yeah. I was wondering about just that idea.
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No question about it - if she had been honest when questioned during jury selection the defense attorney(s) would have booted her out the door.

The only other possibility I can see is if Stone's defense counsel was either incompetent (I doubt they would be THAT incompetent) or in the bag with the prosecution.
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No question about it - if she had been honest when questioned during jury selection the defense attorney(s) would have booted her out the door.

The only other possibility I can see is if Stone's defense counsel was either incompetent (I doubt they would be THAT incompetent) or in the bag with the prosecution.
Well....there is another possibility: that he was, in fact, guilty. The jury thought so.

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It takes a unanimous jury to convict. What stories are they going to concoct about the others?

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No question about it - if she had been honest when questioned during jury selection the defense attorney(s) would have booted her out the door.

The only other possibility I can see is if Stone's defense counsel was either incompetent (I doubt they would be THAT incompetent) or in the bag with the prosecution.
Since a lot of the OP was about her twitter feed... didn't the defense lawyers read her twitters???? Ahhhh Yeahhhh...
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