UPDATE: Court Calendar for Trump Election Interference Case in Washington DC Has Been Postponed Indefinitely | The Gateway Pundit

The highly anticipated Trump election interference case in Washington DC has been removed from the court calendar and postponed indefinitely, dealing a significant blow to radical Obama Judge Tanya Chutkan and the Marxist horde in America. The case, scheduled for March 4, 2024, before Super Tuesday, was seen as an opportunity for the Democrat Party and globalist left to use lawfare to damage Trump in the mainstream media. However, the lawsuit has been postponed indefinitely, leaving the left with no choice but to focus on other lawfare cases in New York City.

Reports indicate that the DC case was removed from the calendar within the last five days. According to The Washington Post, former president Donald Trump’s trial date on charges of plotting to overturn the results of the 2020 election has been dropped from the public calendar of the federal court in Washington. This has long been expected, as Trump’s claim of presidential immunity from criminal prosecution is currently being appealed, which was filed on December 7, 2023. As a result, all trial deadlines have been suspended while the appeal is pending.

Trump is arguing that the government does not have the authority under the Constitution to bring charges against him for actions he took while president after the 2020 election through the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack. Consequently, a delay in the DC case makes it increasingly likely that Trump’s first criminal trial could be held this spring in Manhattan on New York state charges of business fraud in connection with hush money payments during the 2016 election. The trial has nominally been set for March 25, but the court in that case has signaled deference to Trump’s federal election subversion case.

Furthermore, the removal of the March 4 trial date from the court calendar was confirmed by a federal official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss an internal document. This development has prompted various discussions on social media, including tweets from Chuck Callesto and Simon Ateba. Additionally, Jack Posobiec tweeted about the unprecedented lawfare suits against President Donald Trump and their current status as of February 2024.

In conclusion, the removal of the Trump election interference case from the court calendar has sparked widespread interest and speculation about the implications for Trump’s legal battles. With the trial date currently uncertain pending an appeal, the focus has now shifted to the possibility of Trump’s first criminal trial being held in Manhattan on New York state charges. This development is significant in light of the ongoing legal challenges against the former president, and it will undoubtedly continue to generate attention and commentary in the coming weeks and months.