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Santa Clause Trial is Ruled Over by the Judge Who Thought Trump and John Eastman Probably Committed Crimes on January 6

A young federal judge in a Santa Claus suit stood handcuffed in the center of the hallway and stared at the jury members. There were numerous individuals, and they had listened to arguments from a prosecutor and a defense lawyer that presented completely different perspectives on the modern Saint Nick.

The supervising judge commanded, “All of you who are voting to free Santa to say ‘yes’.” After a brief round of applause, another command was given: “All of you voting to keep Santa in jail, shout ‘yes.'”

Much louder than the second round was the first round.

U.S. District Judge David O. Carter called for the United States Marshals Service and declared, “On an almost unanimous decision, we’re going to release Santa.”

Another annual tradition at Carter’s holiday breakfast that started when the 78-year-old was a jury in the state of California’s Orange County Superior Court in the 1980s came to an end as U.S. District Judge John Holcomb, a 2020 Donald Trump appointee, was released from the arrest and hugged by his wife.

One of Santa’s lawyers referred to Carter’s present reputation as the magistrate who concluded that Trump and his attorney John Eastman “more likely than not” executed crimes linked to the attempted revolution on January 6.


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