Dr. Simone Gold claimed this week that the judge who sentenced her to sixty days behind bars for trespassing at the U.S. Capitol once asked her out while they attended Stanford University Law School, and she rebuffed him.
Gold, a medical doctor and lawyer who spoke out against mainstream COVID narratives, alleged that U.S. District Court Judge Christopher R. Cooper showed personal bias at sentencing, which she suggests came from their past interactions.
“I too am an attorney and I know what proper judicial temperament is, and this was not that,” Gold said in a statement sent to journalist Julie Kelly this week. Gold claimed that Judge Cooper showed “three episodes of personal animus” against her.
The 56-year-old alleged in her statement that she and Cooper had an