Is the federal judge overseeing the documents taken in the FBI raid of President's Trump's lawyer's house, office and hotel a tool of George Soros?
For the record.
From a September 2013 Daily Mail report:
Billionaire investor George Soros got married for the third time on Saturday to his 42-year-old fiancée Tamiko Bolton.Just how does a federal judge end up presiding over a wedding on a Saturday in September?
The 83-year-old philanthropist tied the knot with Bolton, a health care consultant, in a small, but lavish, wedding at his Caramoor estate in Bedford, an hour away from New York City...
Federal judge Kimba Wood officiated at the non-denominational wedding, which was attended only by family members, including Soros’ five children from his two previous marriages.
What's the connection?
Also see: Judge Kimba Woods: Out of Control
Should we be surprised?
Headline from Daily Beast:
Judge Hands Defeat to Trump and Cohen Over FBI Raid
Cohen had asked a federal judge for a temporary restraining order to stop federal prosecutors in Manhattan from viewing the information seized by the FBI until an independent third party, called a “special master,” be allowed to sort out what is protected by attorney-client privilege.
Trump's lawyer requested that Cohen be allowed to view the documents first.
Wood denied the requests and ruled that prosecutors will get first access to the information, followed by Cohen’s defense team ten days later.
“It’s not that you’re not good people,” Wood told Cohen’s attorneys on Monday afternoon, near the end of the two-hour proceeding. “It’s that you’ve miscited the law.”
No doubt Soros law does override attorney-client privilege.