CNN may be trying to lay groundwork for attack on Manafort jury members

After hearing from both the defense and the prosecution the fate of Paul Manafort rests in the hands of twelve jurors. Who those twelve men and women are that hold the fate of Manafort in their hands remains a mystery to everyone in America except for those who have been allowed in the courtroom. Liberal controlled mainstream media is trying to change that. The judge in the case who has already received threats, U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III has refused to give the names of the twelve jurors to the media due to threats that have already been made against him. U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III rejected the motion from several liberal controlled mainstream media outlets out of concern for the safety of the men and women who make up the jury that is currently deciding the fate of Paul Manafort. Since they could not get the judge to cooperate and release the information to them which would have included the names of all twelve jurors and their home addresses, U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis has now found himself the target of legal action.

If CNN and the rest of liberal controlled mainstream media get their way the twelve jurors who hold the fate of Paul Manafort in their hands this weekend could soon find themselves the target of threats. CNN is leading the way in a lawsuit against U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III as they sue to obtain the personal information of the jurors that have to decide the fate of Paul Manafort. The men and women who make up the jury for the Paul Manafort case have enough to deal with while they decide if the governments argument against Paul Manafort is strong enough to come back with a guilty verdict. The move against U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III has been described as both disturbing and unprecedented.

Bre Payton, a writer at The Federalist, has expressed their belief that CNN and other liberal controlled mainstream media  is after the information about the jurors for reasons that go beyond good journalism. At The Federalist, Bre Payton, noted, “publicly outing the names and home addresses of jurors is considered ethically questionable, as outlined in this guidance sheet on the topic from the Reporter’s Committee for Freedom of the Press.”

The desperation that CNN and other liberal controlled mainstream media has displayed in trying to get the personal information of the men and women who make up the Paul Manafort jury should be seen as clear evidence that they are an enemy of the American people. CNN specifically has a long history of intimidating people who they do not like and try to stand against them. It was only last year when the liberal controlled CNN threatened to release the personal information of an individual who dared to create an anti-CNN meme. CNN also released the information of an elderly pro-Trump supporter who promoted a pro-Trump event. When CNN released the elderly person’s private information they found themselves the target of threats and intimidation. CNN also gave out the social security number of George Zimmerman.

When we stop to look at the history of CNN and liberal controlled media it becomes easy to see their attempt to get the private information of the Paul Manafort jury for what it really is. A deliberate attempt to allow the members of the jury to become the target of threats and intimidation that would force the Manafort jury to bring back the guilty verdict that liberals are hoping for. In the event that the jury comes back with a verdict of not guilty CNN has an established history of what they would do with this kind of information and there is no reason that Americans should not see their efforts to gain the private information as an attempt to lay down the groundwork for future attacks. The names and addresses of the members that make up the twelve person jury do nothing to add to the main story that Americans would really care about.

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Alex Roberts
Writer for Halsey News My political beliefs go to the right.I voted for Trump in the 2016 election. I will probably do so again in 2020 as long as there are no major changes between what he accomplishes and what he promised.