Trump Blocking Request Could Go To His Supreme Court

( Former President Donald Trump is expected to appeal a ruling from a federal district court judge who said that he could not block documents from his time in the White House from the ultra-partisan, radically left-wing House committee claiming to investigate the origins of the January 6 riot.

The appeal, when it is filed, is expected to go all the way to the United States Supreme Court as Democrats try everything they can to wrongly connect the former President to the riot, and filter through any private information they can to find anything that might embarrass the former president.

The 6-3 conservative majority in the Supreme Court means that, should this case go before them, it’s entirely possible that they will judge based on the constitutionality and legality of the request. However, given the threat of riots if the radical left doesn’t get what it wants, you never know whether a judge these days will make a decision based on how they think people may react.

Justices Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, and Brett Kavanaugh – three Supreme Court justices nominated by former President Donald Trump – may also be pressured by radical Democrats to recuse themselves in the case based on perceived “bias.”

The truth is, however, that these judges have sided against the former president in several lawsuits relating to the 2020 presidential election, proving that they don’t make decisions based on any allegiance to the former president.

On Tuesday, a 39-page ruling was issued by Judge Tanya Chutkan from the United States District Court of Washington, D.C., ruling against Trump as he attempts to stop sensitive information being paraded around publicly by Democrats in a futile effort to smear him as an inciter of the D.C. riots.

The Trump legal team has announced plans to appeal the ruling, and we should find out more about the progress of this suit – and whether it will go to the Supreme Court – in the coming weeks.