Judge Suspended Without Pay For 6 Months After Making Anti-Trump Remarks in Court and on Facebook

Monday, May 27, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Cristina Laila
May 27, 2019

A Utah judge was suspended without pay for making anti-Trump remarks in court and on Facebook.

The Supreme Court in Utah suspended Taylorsville Justice Court Judge Michael Kwan for six months for undermining public confidence over a series of anti-Trump comments he made both in court and on social media.

“Welcome to the beginning of the fascist takeover,” Kwan wrote on Facebook referring to Trump’s presidency. “We need to be diligent in questioning congressional Republicans if they are going to be the American Reichstag and refuse to stand up for the Constitution, refuse to uphold their oath of office, and enable the tyrants to consolidate their power.”

Kwan also made comments about the “Access Hollywood” tape where Trump made lewd comments about groupies and gold diggers. “Think I’ll go to the shelter to adopt a cat before the President-Elect grabs them all,” Kwan wrote on Facebook referring to the “Access Hollywood” tape.

On another occasion, Kwan blasted a defendant who said he would pay off hefty court fines with his tax rebate, saying Trump’s tax cuts are only for the very wealthy.

Kwan is the son of Chinese immigrants who fled persecution and he feels his anti-Trump comments were more about policies rather than candidates.

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