Judge was corrupt, says congressional candidate convicted for Jan. 6

November 20, 2023
World Net Daily

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Stewart Parks, who had sought the GOP nomination for Tennessee's 5th congressional district seat just a year ago, now is facing eight months in jail for being in the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.

But he charges the judge was in collusion with prosecutors in his case, and railroaded him.

"He is marked by the Left as an 'insurrectionist' on a conviction of five federal charges," all misdemeanors, explains a report in the Tennessee Star.

He just one of hundreds and hundreds of Americans facing similar charges even though many of them were invited into the Capitol by security officers, as documented in videos from security cameras now being released.

Those videos, in fact, have undermined the bogus narrative promoted by Democrats for years that it was an "insurrection" that day.

Democrats use that terminology because they want to prevent President Trump from being on the 2024 presidential ballot.

But the facts are that a true insurrection involves a plan to not only interrupt government proceedings, as was understood to have happened that day, but to replace the existing government with something else, to take control of the military, and much more, none of which happened, or even was planned.

In some of the video, officers are "seen standing idly by as demonstrators peacefully walk through the building," the Gateway Pundit reported.

House Speaker Mike Johnson on Friday announced a new procedure to eventually make the thousands of hours of security video from the Capitol that day available to the public.

The website for the videos is linked here.

The Star report explained Parks said "the evidence of his trial 'proved' he was not guilty. He claims [Judge Amit P.] Mehta, an Obama appointee, 'colluded' with the prosecutors and identified the defendant by the wrong name when sentencing him late Wednesday afternoon in the D.C. Court."

He has been sentenced to eight months behind bars for his misdemeanor offenses.

Parks described Mehta as a vindictive judge who "helped the prosecution work out its case against him in the trial," the report said.

"I’m shocked,” Parks told The Tennessee Star in an exclusive interview. “The D.C. courts are prejudiced against Christian conservative, pro-Trump, pro-America Republicans.”

Parks plans an appeal, because, he said, at the trial court, "To me, the writing's on the wall."

The report said it's not in dispute that Parks was in Washington that day.

"He was at the Capitol, speaking out against what he said he believes was a rigged election — stolen from Republican President Donald Trump for Democrat Joe Biden. Trump declared as much. So did a lot of attorneys, politicians, and conservatives across the country," the report said.

In fact, there have been confirmed to have been several undue influences on the election that likely deprived Trump of the win. One was the $400 million plus handed by Mark Zuckerberg, through foundations, that mostly was used to recruit voters in Democrat districts.

The other was the FBI's interference in the election, when it advised media and social media companies to avoid reporting on the Biden family scandals unveiled in the laptop computer abandoned by Hunter Biden. The FBI's claim was that all of that was Russian disinformation, when the agency knew at the time the allegations there were factual. Congress now is investigating those reports in an impeachment investigation into Joe Biden, and evidence has confirmed what appears to be a multimillion dollar influence peddling business by the Bidens.

Parks was accused of entering or remaining in a restricted building or grounds without lawful authority, disorderly conduct in a restricted building or grounds, disorderly conduct in a Capitol building, and parading, demonstrating, or picketing within any of the Capitol buildings.

The government said video footage showed Parks entering the Capitol and moving around, then leaving.

Parks explains Capitol Police let him in.

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