Lead Roger Stone Juror’s Social Media Posts Leak, Prove She Is Anti-Trump Dem With Clear Bias Against Stone


The plot thickens after Roger Stone’s jury foreperson made a critical mistake. Former Memphis City Schools Board President Tomeka Hart was the foreperson on the juror and after Barr reduced the sentence recommendation she wrote a piece backing the prosecutors in CNN.

One problem – the internet is forever and Mike Cernovich – one of the best to follow on social media if you don’t already – sleuthed out her past and found some shocking truths hidden from the public.

She is a Dem activist who ran for Congress as a Democrat in 2012 and hates Trump and anything to do with him.

From Fox News:

Independent journalist Mike Cernovich, not CNN, then first reported that a slew of Hart’s other publicly available Twitter and Facebook posts readily suggested a strong political bias. Some of Hart’s posts were written as Stone’s trial was in progress.

Hart, who unsuccessfully ran for Congress as a Democrat in 2012, quoted someone in an August 2017 tweet referring to Trump as a member of the KKK.

In January 2019, she retweeted a post by pundit Bakari Sellers, who noted that “Roger Stone has y’all talking about reviewing use of force guidelines,” before suggesting that racism was the reason for all the attention Stone’s arrest had received from conservatives.

In August 2019, Hart called all Trump supporters “racist.”

“Gotta love it!” Hart wrote on Jan. 13, 2018, in response to a news report that a vulgarity had been projected onto the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.

A week later, on Jan. 21, 2018, she shared an opinion piece entitled, “What’s so extremely, uniquely wrong about Trump’s presidency.”

On March 24, 2019, Hart shared a Facebook post saying that Republicans who complained about Mueller’s probe were deliberately “ignoring the numerous indictments, guilty pleas, and convictions of people in 45’s inner-circle,” referring to Trump.

And, on Nov. 15, 2019 — the day she voted to convict Stone on seven counts of obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements to Congress — Hart tweeted two “heart” emojis, followed by two pump-fist emojis. (None of Stone’s charges accused him of engaging in a criminal conspiracy with Russia or any other actors concerning election interference; instead, his offenses related to his statements concerning his contacts with WikiLeaks and others.)

Hart’s tweet linked to a Facebook post that has since been taken down from public view.

If Hart have provided misleading answers on her jury form concerning her political or social media activity, her views on Trump and the Russia probe, or other related matters, there could be grounds for Stone’s team to seek a new trial, legal experts told Fox News.