Liberal Media Busted Stalking Jurors In Major Trial

In a stunning turn of events, Judge Schroeder, who is currently presiding over the Rittenhouse trial, has barred MSNBC from entering the courtroom for the remainder of the trial.

This abrupt decision undoubtedly has left many individuals across the nation shocked, though the shock will likely intensify upon learning the reason for the ban.

As it turns out, the rabidly leftist MSNBC apparently thought it would be a good idea to stalk the jurors in the Rittenhouse trial after court proceedings ended for the day.

Talk about interference in the judicial process.

Moreover, talk about a whole range of other nefarious conclusions that can be drawn from this remarkable turn of events, which is precisely why Schroeder is taking no risks whatsoever.

“I have instructed that no one from MSNBC news will be permitted in this building for the duration of this trial …

This is a very serious matter and I don’t know what the ultimate truth of it is, but absolutely it would go without much thinking that someone who is following the jury bus – that is an extremely serious matter and will be referred to the proper authorities for further action.” [Source: Fox News]

Of course it’s “an extremely serious matter.”

It was also serious when the fictional news media, aided and abetted by Big Tech, utterly suffocated stories regarding Hunter Biden that the public absolutely had the right to know about prior to the 2020 elections. Despite the fact that the rather questionable FEC had the gall to defend

It was also serious when the fictional news media continued to print up lie after lie after lie regarding the Steele Dossier, which ultimately proved to be largely the handicraft of one of Clinton’s many agents (an ironically Russian agent, no less).

What’s even more serious is the fact that the media is not only ruthless in presenting its (leftist) version of events, but that it is also oftentimes utterly inept in doing so.

After all, the MSNBC reporter who decided to stalk the jurors bust got busted by … a traffic citation.

Even more inconveniently, the traffic citation took place right near the jurors’ bus, which the network had a heck of a time explaining.

“Last night, a freelancer received a traffic citation. While the traffic violation took place near the jury van, the freelancer never contacted or intended to contact the jurors during deliberations, and never photographed or intended to photograph them. We regret the incident and will fully cooperate with the authorities on any investigation.” [Source: Fox News]

Nice try, guys.

Close, but definitely no cigar.

Apparently, the fictional news media isn’t satisfied with presenting a completely one-sided view of the Rittenhouse trial.

On the contrary, the media is now openly attempting to interfere with the trial by stalking a bus filled with jurors leaving the courthouse.

A view that is, more often than not, clouded with biases, misinformation, and at times, outright lies, as evidenced by the absurd coverage of Nicholas Sandmann and other young conservatives that have been routinely crucified by the fictional news media.

In fact, the coverage of Sandmann was so egregiously inexcusable that major news networks were forced to settle with him privately.

Unfortunately, some media outlets, notably the Washington Post, refused to admit reporting a total lie, despite the fact that their lie endangered a minor’s life, as stated directly by the outlet itself.

“The Post admitted no wrongdoing in settling with the family of Nicholas Sandmann, the Covington, Ky., high school student who was involved in the episode during a school trip to Washington in January 2019.” [Source: The Washington Post]

Well, since the Post apparently “admitted no wrongdoing,” it is not terribly difficult to envision circumstances in which various media outlets consider themselves totally and completely above the law.

In fact, since the media has essentially gotten away with utterly reckless endangerment of countless American lives (BLM riots, anyone?), it is no surprise at all that they are taking their opposition to democracy and liberty to an entirely new level.

After all, stalking a juror bus is a new low, but it’s sadly par for the course for an American institution that has all but disdained the First Amendment.

Author: Jane Jones