The Roger Stone fiasco is not even close to being over because so many other political parties have raised so much commotion lately.
Roger Stone is a longtime pal to President Donald Trump and has been an agent provocateur in Washington D.C. for many decades. Stone began with Richard Nixon during the Watergate scandal.
However as Stone awaits final adjudication in his case for lying to Congress in the “RussiaGate” investigation, the judge on his case is ripping his legal team into pieces fro attempting to replace her.
More from Fox News:
Judge Army Berman Jackson, who presided over the case of former Trump adviser Roger Stone, denied Stone’s request that she be removed from deciding whether he can have a new trial, writing Sunday that his motion seemed to be "nothing more than an attempt to use the court’s docket to disseminate a statement for public consumption that has the words 'judge' and 'biased' in it."
Stone was sentenced to over three years in prison last Thursday following his conviction in November on charges of lying to Congress and intimidating a witness in connection with the Trump-Russia probe.
Stone’s defense team filed a motion Friday arguing that Jackson’s statement that the jury in the case had “served with integrity” should disqualify her from presiding as Stone pursued his bid for a new trial.
They argued her description of the jury was a display of bias on behalf of the judge in a case that has not yet concluded, despite sentencing, because of the bid for a new trial.
“There is no rule and no case law that would justify the recusal of a judge for bias simply because he or she says something about an issue on the docket, on the record, at some point before a reply has been filed, or before a hearing – which may or may not be required in the court’s discretion – has concluded,” Jackson stated
However, President Trump has hinted in his twitter account of a pardon potentially taking place.