In what should be national news, two Democrat judges were removed from office for “case-fixing schemes.”

One unethically intervened in cases, according to the Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline. The other was “guilty of seven violations of judicial ethics rules, including bringing the court into disrepute,” according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Guess why you’re not hearing about this on the national news?

The two judges are Democrats. reported: 

The Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline ruled on Friday that Municipal Court Judge Dawn Segal and Common Pleas Court Judge Angeles Roca be removed from office for their involvement in separate case-fixing schemes.

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Lawyers for both judges say they are appealing the decisions to the state Supreme Court.

In October, the disciplinary court found that Roca had unethically intervened in a tax case involving her son by calling then-Municipal Court Judge Joseph Waters Jr., who reached out to Segal, who then reversed herself and issued a ruling favorable to Roca’s son.”

Later in the piece, their political affiliation comes out.

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In fact, it’s not mentioned until the 12th paragraph:

Roca and Segal, both Democrats, had been on unpaid suspension. If the rulings stand, they would be ineligible to hold judicial office in the future.”

Read the full article here.

If they were Republicans, you can bet their political affiliation would have been higher up in the article.

More than that, this would be national news.

One more example of a sad fact: The Media is so dishonest.

H/T Chris_1791

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