In today’s hyper-partisan culture where everyone argues about everything, can we make just one simple rule? And what would be that rule, you’re likely asking yourself?
Well, it would be this: If, in any fashion, you represented former President Donald Trump in a legal capacity, you don’t get to accuse others of having “scant evidence.” Seriously, if you willingly worked for someone like that you don’t get to participate in any discussion of legal ethics, morals or ethics of any kind.
Former member Trump campaign legal team member Jenna Ellis, who was apart of a team that filed dozens of misspelled suits that were constantly thrown out of court, is now accusing others of not having evidence.
But, hey, “scant evidence” never deterred a Republican working for a conman!