Charges Filed After Trump-Appointed Judge Receives Death Threats

Charges Filed After Trump-Appointed Judge Receives Death Threats

Trump-Appointed JUDGE Targeted – She’s in Danger!

( – Judge Aileen Cannon joined the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida after then-President Donald Trump appointed her in May 2020. She’s currently working on the dispute between the former president and the Department of Justice over whether a special master should be selected to review the records FBI agents removed from Trump’s Florida home last month. Cannon recently received death threats to her phone, and the authorities have now charged an individual in relation to those calls.

According to the criminal complaint filed against her on Tuesday, September 6, Tiffany Shea Gish left three intimidating voicemails on Judge Cannon’s chamber telephone on September 1. In the messages, Gish allegedly said she was a government agent with a “license to kill,” and told the judge she was “marked for assassination,” as was former President Trump.

She reportedly claimed in an expletive-laden segment of one of the calls that she had sent “snipers and a bomb” to Cannon’s home.

Law enforcement agents tracked Gish down to a residence in Houston, Texas on September 4, according to media reports. The complaint against her states she confessed to leaving the offending voicemails.

Reports reveal Gish also made threats against Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, among others, in the past. When contacted by the Secret Service, her mother allegedly stated Gish had bipolar disorder and borderline schizophrenia.

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