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BREAKING: Judge Makes Major Ruling In Alec Baldwin ‘Rust’ Trial

OPINION| In a shocking turn of events, a New Mexico judge has ruled in favor of Alec Baldwin in the ongoing ‘Rust’ trial, dealing a blow to those seeking justice for the tragic death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Despite the overwhelming evidence against the actor, the judge has decided that Baldwin’s role as a co-producer on the film is not relevant to the involuntary manslaughter trial.

This ruling comes as a disappointment to many who believe that Baldwin’s negligence and recklessness on the set of ‘Rust’ directly led to the death of Hutchins. The fact that the judge has chosen to overlook Baldwin’s role as a producer, which gave him significant control and responsibility on the set, is a slap in the face to those who have been fighting for justice for Hutchins and her grieving family.

Baldwin, a vocal left-wing activist and outspoken critic of President Trump, has long been a target of conservative ire. His involvement in the ‘Rust’ tragedy has only served to further fuel the flames of resentment among Trump supporters, who see this latest ruling as yet another example of the liberal elite getting away with murder.

The evidence against Baldwin is damning. On the day of the incident, he was practicing a scene with a prop gun that he believed was loaded with blanks. However, the gun was actually loaded with a live round, which discharged when Baldwin pulled the trigger, fatally wounding Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza.

Baldwin has repeatedly claimed that he did not pull the trigger, but forensic evidence has proven otherwise. The FBI conducted a thorough investigation, which concluded that the gun could not have fired without the trigger being pulled. Baldwin’s attempts to shift blame and evade responsibility have only served to further alienate him from those who believe in accountability and justice.

The fact that the judge has chosen to overlook the evidence and rule in Baldwin’s favor is a clear indication of the liberal bias that permeates our justice system. The left-wing elites, who control the media, the courts, and the entertainment industry, have once again shown that they are above the law and that their actions have no consequences.

The ‘Rust’ trial has become a symbol of the deep divide in our country, pitting the left-wing Hollywood elite against the conservative values that Trump supporters hold dear. The fact that Baldwin, a vocal critic of the President and a staunch supporter of liberal causes, has been able to avoid accountability for his actions is a bitter pill to swallow for those who believe in justice and the rule of law.

As the trial continues, the family of Halyna Hutchins and the countless Trump supporters who have been following the case closely will be watching closely. The judge’s ruling may have been a victory for Baldwin, but the fight for justice for Hutchins is far from over. The truth will come out, and those responsible for her tragic death will be held accountable, no matter how long it takes or how hard they try to evade responsibility.

In the end, the legacy of Halyna Hutchins will not be forgotten, and her memory will serve as a reminder of the importance of accountability and justice. The ‘Rust’ trial may be a battle in the ongoing culture war, but it is a battle that must be fought and won, for the sake of all those who believe in truth, justice, and the American way.

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