Hillary’s chief fundraiser, David Rosen, acquitted — Jury to have one final request

Yesterday, David Rosen, Hillary Clinton’s aide, was acquitted on charges of lying to the government about the huge cost of a fundraising shindig, which was attended by the likes of Cher, Melissa Ethridge, Toni Braxton, Diana Ross, Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, and, presumably, the National Enquirer and an on-call plastic surgeon.

According to Judicial Watch, some key evidence was “overlooked” in the case. What a surprise.

The jury deliberated for about six hours. I’m guessing that was one hour for actual discussion amongst the jurors about acquitting Rosen, and five hours of talking about how to ask the Clintons for the return of their FBI files.

Author: Doug Powers

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