Judge Aileen Cannon
A Texas woman was arrested and charged with threatening to kill the federal judge presiding over Trump’s special master case.
Judge Aileen Cannon granted President Trump’s request for a Special Master review of the material confiscated by the Biden DOJ during their raid on his home at Mar-a-Lago.
Judge Cannon also ‘temporarily enjoins’ or forbid the Biden regime from ‘reviewing and using the seized materials’ pending the completion of the review.
It appears Tiffani Shea Gish of Houston fell for the fake news being pumped out by the Washington Post, NY Times, CNN and other far-left outlets.
On September 1, Gish left three threatening voicemails for Judge Aileen Cannon using the pseudonym “Evelyn Salt” – named after the fictional Russian agent played by Angelina Jolie in the action thriller “Salt.”
Gish fell for the fake news stories claiming Trump stored highly classified records related to nuclear weapons at his Mar-a-Lago residence.
Trump is “marked for assassination and so are you,” Gish said in one of her threatening messages, according to CNBC.
According to CNBC, Magistrate Judge Peter Bray last week ordered Gish detained pending trial saying she “appears to suffer from severe mental impairments with symptoms including paranoia and delusions.”
CNBC News reported:
A Texas woman has been charged with threatening to kill the federal judge presiding over a dispute between former President Donald Trump and the Department of Justice about records seized in an FBI raid of Trump’s home last month.
An FBI special agent said Tiffani Shea Gish of Houston left three threatening voicemails for the chamber telephone of Judge Aileen Cannon of U.S. District Court in southern Florida, according to a criminal complaint filed Sept. 6.
Identifying herself as the fictional Russian agent Evelyn Salt, Gish claimed to be “in charge of nuclear” for the government, a federal agent and “Trump’s hitman” who had a “license to kill,” according to transcribed excerpts of the calls included in the complaint.
Gish’s pseudonym is the same name as the protagonist played by Angelina Jolie in the 2010 action film Salt.
Trump is “marked for assassination and so are you,” Gish said in the expletive-filled messages, the complaint showed. “You’re full of s—, and I’m going to f—— have you shot myself. I’ve already ordered snipers and a bomb to your f—— house,” Gish allegedly said in the voicemails, all of which were made on Sept. 1.
When agents came to her residence on Sept. 4, Gish would initially only speak through a balcony window, but eventually invited the agents in and spoke with them for about 45 minutes, the complaint said. Gish in that interview said she left the voicemails from her cellphone, and also confirmed that a Facebook account with posts echoing the language of the voicemails belonged to her, according to the complaint.
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