Supreme Court gave this “woke” judge the shock of her life

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Judges are expected to behave in distinguished ways.

But judges can be clowns just like anybody else.

And this “woke” judge just got the Supreme Court shock of her life.

There are countless shows dedicated to dumb criminals getting into altercations with police officers.

But people do not expect judges to be featured in these reality television shows.

Judge versus cops

Yet Atlanta Judge Christina Peterson found herself in her very own episode of Cops when she decided to fight police officers at a nightclub.

A spokesperson for the Atlanta Police Department said in a statement, “[A police officer] noticed security at the location escorting a female out of the venue. While assisting security and attempting to de-escalate the situation, an unidentified female, later identified as 38-year-old Christina Peterson rushed toward the commotion and immediately started screaming at the security guard and the officer. Ms. Peterson then forcibly pushed the officer in the chest and kept swiping his hands away as he attempted to assist the female being escorted out.”

The body-cam footage seems to confirm this account.

The statement continued, “Ms. Peterson pushed the officer in the chest again and that is when she was subsequently placed into custody. The arresting officer attempted several times to obtain the female suspect’s identifying information for processing purposes, however, she refused to cooperate. This caused a delay in the officer transporting her to jail. Upon further investigation, officers were able to later confirm her identity.”

Peterson was rude and abrasive throughout the entire ordeal, certainly unbecoming of a judge.

The statement concluded, “The officer was able to provide a Fulton County judge with probable cause, and secured arrest warrants for Ms. Peterson for Simple Battery Against a Police Officer and Obstruction of Law Enforcement Officer. Ms. Peterson was transported to the Fulton County Jail for processing and taken into their custody without incident.”

Outrageous defense

Without much of a leg to stand on, Peterson’s lawyer began floating the idea of a “coverup.”

Peterson’s attorney, Fulton County Commissioner Marvin Arrington, told reporters, “The coverup is always worse than the initial mistake. . .We already see inconsistencies in the officer’s statements.”

Coverup seems like a massive stretch considering what everybody saw on the bodycam footage.

Arrington continued, “We’re asking anyone that was out there that night that may have taken a video to send it to us so that we can make sure that we have all of the information as we go forward. . .We look forward to the day of these charges being dropped and my client being exonerated.”

Arrington and Peterson will search for any scrap of video to build this coverup narrative.

Georgia Supremes weigh in

The Georgia Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Judge Peterson should be removed from her position on the Douglas County probate court bench.

Georgia representatives of the court have been taking it on the chin in recent months.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis might have blown up her case against Donald Trump as a result of her affair with prosecutor Nathan Wade, who has beclowned himself on a media tour.

And Fulton County Superior Court Judge Ural Glanville threw defense attorney Brian Steel in jail for contempt after he allegedly covered up an illegal secret meeting between Glanville and the prosecution team.

Maybe the Georgia courts should shut down until someone figures out what the hell is going on.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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