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Friday, February 24, 2017

JUDGE SOTO RE-ELECTED

Judge Soto was re-elected this week by her colleagues to serve as head-honcho for a third term.

She ran unopposed.

The White House had this to say:

"While we congratulate Judge Soto on being reelected as chief Judge of the 11th Judicial Circuit in the sanctuary city of Miami Dade County, we remind everyone that her margin of victory was not as big as President Trump's. She didn't run in all 50 states. President Trump got more popular votes than Judge Soto in the United States, in Florida, in South Florida, in Miami-Dade county, and even in Hialeah. We look forward to working with Judge Soto in deporting some seriously bad dudes and President Trump will be happy to meet Judge Soto when Miami's portion of the Wall with Mexico is built."


From Occupied America...fight the power!


6 comments:

Rufus T. Firefly said...

White House excludes CNN, N.Y. Times, LA Times, and Politico from WH press briefing Friday morning.

No Longer JAFI said...

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Anonymous said...

Let's face it. Soto is OK.

the trialmaster said...

Soto falls far far below the likes of Wetherington, Farina, Brown and of course the late great Ed Cowart who was the best of all.

Anonymous said...

How, trialmaster? Other than your nostalgia nonsense, how? You have no idea what the job entails. The job of chief is so much tougher these days. i don't think anyone of those former chiefs could do the job today. I am a colleague of hers now and I can't even think of more than 3 judges in our circuit that could do that job. You're and old gas bag.

Anonymous said...

How, trialmaster? Other than your nostalgia nonsense, how? You have no idea what the job entails. The job of chief is so much tougher these days. i don't think anyone of those former chiefs could do the job today. I am a colleague of hers now and I can't even think of more than 3 judges in our circuit that could do that job. You're and old gas bag.