Obama Judge: Being Married to a DOJer in Russia Probe Not Disqualifying for Roger Stone Jury

Truly incredible.

But the level and degree of abuses in Obama's ongoing Watergate is truly spectacular. Here's a scene from the Roger Stone trial.

And that first juror was an only-in-D.C. character, a former Obama-era press secretary for the Office of Management and Budget whose husband still works at the Justice Department division that played a role in the Russia probe that ultimately snagged Stone. She even acknowledged to having negative views of President Donald Trump, and said she had followed the media coverage of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

Still, the woman said she did not have strong views about Stone, and Jackson denied a request from Stone’s lawyers to strike the woman as a potential juror.

That's Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an Obama appointee, who was also a Clinton donor, and didn't just have her thumb, but both fists on the scales of justice. She gave the Clintonites wearing Mueller like a hand puppet everything they wanted in the Manafort case.

She dismissed a lawsuit by the Benghazi families against Hillary Clinton, a case that, as a Clinton donor, she should have never been involved in.

Now she's doing it again.

Since Jackson doesn't have to recuse herself, why should the wife of a DOJ employee in the very Russia case in question?

Why not just put Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama on the jury and have done with it.

Back to the Stone trial.

As jury selection slowly unfolded Tuesday, Stone’s defense appeared to be objecting to the seating of any government employees — a stance that could significantly complicate selecting a jury in the nation’s capital.

Of the initial four potential jurors questioned, all were current or former government employees.

Jackson said she did not think that it was right to assume that jurors who work for the federal government are “antithetical” to Trump.

“At this point, Donald Trump is the chief executive of the federal government for whom these individuals work,” the judge said.

There's a big difference between

A. Government employees

B. Federal government employees

C. DOJ employees

But I like the Obama judge's glib and disingenuous response. She technically works for the federal government. And she can be trusted. Can't she?