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Federal Judge Slams Biden’s Corrupt DOJ For Having Two Standards in Prosecuting Jan. 6 Defendants vs Left-Wing Rioters

The DOJ Just Got b*#%h slapped by a federal judge who doesn’t appreciate the fact that they dropped the charges against the violent antifa and BLM rioters but want peaceful J6 protesters to serve time. And he did it in no uncertain terms.

US District Judge Trevor McFadden, a Trump appointee ignored the recommendation from federal prosecutors that asked for a 75-day sentence for Cudd. He did fine her $5,000 and put her on two months of probation, which is still more than most of the violent leftist rioters got. She has already paid $500 for the damage she caused. Jenny Cudd did enter the US Capitol on January 6 and she later bragged about it on social media and she said she was ready to do it again.

Cudd’s lawyer argued about the difference in sentencing recommendations by the DOJ and said her threat to reenter the Capitol was a drunken statement. The judge apparently agreed. Cudd’s lawyer, Marina Medvin, argued her client’s recommendation was for her political views and not by her actions which were a mere misdemeanor. BLM arsonists got off easier.

WUSA reported:

A Texas florist who bragged about storming the Capitol on Jan. 6 and promised to join in “the next one” will pay a large fine and serve a short probationary sentence — avoiding the jail time prosecutors argued she deserved.

Jenny Cudd, of Midland, Texas, appeared before U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden for sentencing Wednesday on one Class “A” misdemeanor count of entering and remaining in a restricted building. After hearing arguments from the prosecution and Cudd’s attorney, McFadden sentenced her to pay a $5,000 fine and serve two months of probation. She was also required to pay $500 in restitution, which her attorney said she had already done.

Prosecutors had asked McFadden to sentence Cudd to 75 days in jail, a year of supervised release and 60 hours of community service. Assistant U.S. attorney Laura Hill said Cudd prepared for violence on Jan. 6 by wearing a bulletproof sweatshirt, engaged in a self-described push against law enforcement and celebrated property destruction after leaving the Capitol. She also pointed to her apparent lack of remorse for her role in the riot, as evidenced by repeated statements since Jan. 6.

Cudd’s attorney, Marina Medvin, accused the DOJ of “gamesmanship” and suggested prosecutors were recommending jail time not because of her individual actions, but because of her political views. She dismissed Cudd’s social media statements as “drunken tirades” and repeatedly drew comparisons to how federal prosecutors have charged, or not charged, protestors in Portland and during the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. McFadden was the right audience for those arguments, having repeatedly made the same comparisons himself during other hearings in Capitol riot cases.

Before delivering his sentence, McFadden said he didn’t believe in “aggregate justice” and that he found the DOJ’s sentencing recommendation for Cudd “disproportionate” from others with similar conduct.

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