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Lawyer Who Filed DNC Lawsuit Clarifies Judge’s Dismissal | The Jimmy Dore Show

In the video above, Attorney Jared H. Beck clarifies Judge Zloch’s dismissal of the DNC fraud lawsuit, which may be confusing for those of us who are not lawyers. Laypeople, if you mentally insert “for the sake of argument” before the judge’s preface to his explanation of the legal particulars that led him to dismiss the case, you get a better sense of where he was going.

“The Court thus assumes [for the sake of argument] that the DNC and Wasserman Schultz preferred Hillary Clinton as the Democratic candidate for president over Bernie Sanders or any other Democratic candidate. It assumes that they stockpiled information useful to the Clinton campaign. It assumes that they devoted their resources to assist Clinton in securing the party’s nomination and opposing other Democratic candidates. And it assumes that they engaged in these surreptitious acts while publically proclaiming they were completely neutral, fair, and impartial.” ~ Florida Federal Judge William Zloch

Judge Zloch neither agreed nor disagreed with the plaintiffs’ charge. Neither did he throw the case out. Beck’s legal team is presently determining whether or not they will appeal in a higher court. Beck and Jimmy Dore discuss the issues.

You can read Judge Zloch’s entire dismissal statement here: Case 0:16-cv-61511-WJZ Document 62 Entered on FLSD Docket 08/25/2017 

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JoAnn Chateau

JoAnn Chateau likes progressive politics and loves the canines. She writes fiction about an alpha Bichon named Chester, and his friends–with a dash of humor and a dab of poli-sci. JoAnn worked professionally in the Psychology and Information Science fields. Retired now, she enjoys the creative life.


  1. Robert A. Vella

    The Establishment is seeing extremists to the left of them, extremists to the right of them, and extremists in front of them. Just like in Hollywood’s classic western movies, they are now circling the wagons to protect themselves.

    This morning, I read a very disturbing report from a blogger in Kenya regarding that nation’s recent controversial election. Apparently, official testimony given at its highest court was a C.Y.A. session where individuals admitted to the possibility of election fraud but scrambled to avoid personal responsibility. The election results, “won” by the incumbent establishment candidate against a socialist and populist opponent, did not jive with the opinion polls conducted during the campaign. That blogger referred to the testimony as “a theatre of the absurd.” Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

    • JoAnn Chateau

      That may be hopeful for democracy. Those wagons are flimsy and few. We are many and strong – when we stand together.

  2. Susan Chandler

    Thanks for posting this, JoAnn. Would like to reblog it, but the button is missing.

    • JoAnn Chateau

      Thanks, Susan. WordPress tells me my plugins/theme prevent the use of the re-blog button.Install ‘Press This’ in your browser toolbar. It works the same. Go to Admin, Tools, and slide ‘Press This’ up to your toolbar. (You can use it for any website, not just WP. sites.)


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