Rep. Fudge's Dem Judge Protects Her From Friend of Woman Murdered by Her Pal

Beneath the streets of Cleveland there's a sewer. Beneath that sewer is the runoff from the sewer. And beneath that sewer is Rep. Marcia Fudge.

First, some context.

On the way back from a funeral, Judge Lance Mason beat his wife so badly that he broke her orbital socket.  A woman who called 911 had described a horrifying scene of “fists flying” inside the car.

Their two children, ages 4 and 6, were in the SUV when their father assaulted their mother, choked her and bit her on the ear and the cheek. According to Aisha, Judge Mason "struck me in the face, yanked my hair, slammed my head into the dashboard and armrest of the car."

She later called the police, telling them, "I'm afraid he's going to hurt my daughters.”

Aisha had to be hospitalized and required reconstructive surgery to repair the damage to her face.

When the cops came to arrest Judge Mason, they found semi-automatic rifles, 2,500 rounds of ammunition, a bulletproof vest and a sword.

When Mason came up for trial, he allegedly had support from Rep. Marcia Fudge. Judge Mason got a slap on the wrist. He got out, got a job from his Dem pals, and then killed his ex-wife.

The body of Aisha Fraser, a beloved teacher at Woodbury Elementary, and the mother of a daughter with Down syndrome, was found, stabbed to death, in the driveway of her home.

Mason was reportedly caught trying to flee the scene. He struck a police officer with his car and rammed into the police car hard enough to disable both cars.

The officer suffered injuries to his legs and ribs.

Rep. Marcia Fudge came in for some criticism for the whole, "Supporting a Monster" thing. But don't worry. The Dems have her back.

A January confrontation between Rep. Marcia Fudge and the friend of a domestic violence victim whose abuser Fudge advocated for was shown in court on Wednesday as the congresswoman sought a restraining order against her accuser.

Mary Ann Lorient approached Fudge, an Ohio Democrat, as she left an upscale banquet hall in Bedford Heights, a suburb of Cleveland.

“We’re going to unseat you. You’re evil,” she said to Fudge. “As a black woman, to write that letter? At what point did you have empathy for her? At what point did you think about her? At what point?”

Fudge says softly, “Don’t say anything.”

The video shakes and the phone clatters to the ground as Lorient says, “Don’t hit me.”

The existence of the video was reported by following the hearing in which Fudge successfully sought a protection order against Lorient, whom she accuses of having followed her at several events. Lorient denies that accusation, and said she has only met the congresswoman once — at the January banquet.

Lorient played the video for the judge, while Fudge said she was not aware that it existed, the site reported. 

The judge in the case has been endorsed by Fudge several times; Lorient’s request that the judge recuse herself from the case was rejected.

Of course it was.

Dems protect Dems. Dem judges are part of a corrupt Dem machine.

That's why Aisha Fraser was murdered. That's why Republican members of the House have no recourse when being harassed by Dem activists, but Rep. Marcia Fudge can get a restraining order.