Judge in Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial to be recommended for a promotion by President Biden thus giving more uncertainty to how the mucky madam’s trial will proceed; is Judge Nathan being knocked out?
In a month when the CEO of Barclays Jes Staley and the editor of the Daily Mail Geordie Greig – both once very powerful men who’ve had close associations with Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein – departed their positions just prior to the alleged mucky madam’s trial, one wouldn’t have expected any further earthquake-like ruckuses.
This, however, is a case far from normal and aside from thus far involving both President Clinton and President Trump, now President Biden is set to stick his oar in by promoting the judge in the ‘Bouncing Czech’s’ deviant daughter’s case to a higher office.
According to a report in the New York Post late last week, “U.S. District Judge Alison J. Nathan will be recommended for an appointment to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit” and going further of this news, the DailyMail.com confirmed: “New York senator announced he is going to recommend [this] to President Biden.”
The paper’s Melissa Koenig and Daniel Bates added: “[This sparks] concerns about possible ethical conflicts” and could pull Judge Nathan “away from a very time-consuming trial.” Such a move, if it occurs, undoubtedly will put a serious spanner in the works of this trial and would likely result in it being delayed into 2022 or beyond to allow a new judge to be put in place.
Of this latest curious development, a former friend of Ghislaine Maxwell who knew her in both London and New York who did not wish to be named last night told The Steeple Times:
“This is all so convenient and yet again it is staring to stink of ‘what Ghislaine wants, Ghislaine gets.’ She was always a woman with an ability to twist a situation to get what she wanted out of it. I suspect those infamous missing tapes from Epstein’s secret camera stash could be part of why this is now happening. It’s a disgrace that three Presidents are so willingly playing along to her tune.”