The judge that is persecuting President Donald Trump with a gag order and more has close family connections to the campaign of liberal Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) and other Democrat politicians.

Judge Juan Merchan in New York City is the judge who is silencing President Trump in the middle of the 2024 presidential campaign. He has blocked President Trump from speaking out publicly against the unfair treatment he is receiving, and especially for calling out the partisan political work done by the judge's daughter.

You may have heard that the judge's daughter has done work for Tester, but did you realize just how much money Tester has sent her way?

According to friends of our Montana Talks radio show who dug a little deeper into the numbers, it looks like Tester ($5M) is her 3rd biggest client. That is behind only Schumer’s Senate Majority PAC ($15.2M) and Kamala Harris ($7.5M). Merchan's daughter runs Authentic Campaigns, a digital vendor that has done work for Tester, Kamala, Schiff, and hundreds of other Dems.

Check out the spending chart below. Tester's campaign has sent millions to Judge Merchan's daughter. His campaign is 3rd in line only between Kamala Harris and Chuck Schumer's political action committee. Looks like the campaign of former Democrat Gov. Steve Bullock (D-MT) also shipped millions of dollars to Judge Merchan's daughter.


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From The Washington Times: "Loren Merchan was also named a '2020 Rising Star' by Campaigns & Elections, where she was described as a Democrat and lauded for 'doing ground-breaking, historical work for clients like Jon Tester, Vice President Kamala Harris, Rep. Adam Schiff, and others. Authentic Campaigns is setting new industry standards through its commitment to diversity, transparent compensation, employee benefits, and more.”


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