This exclusive report found on JoeHoft.com highlights concerns over the assignment of corrupt Obama judges to key cases, and specifically focuses on the recent case against former President Donald Trump. Last week, it was revealed that Joe Biden, Merrick Garland, and Jack Smith were pursuing a case against President Trump, and the judge assigned to handle the case was Tanya Chutkan, an Obama appointee known for her questionable record.
Campaign finance records show that Judge Chutkan contributed approximately $4,300 to Barack Obama’s presidential campaign and victory fund between 2008 and 2012. These donations were made while she worked at Boies Schiller Flexner, a major law firm with numerous offices across the United States. While the Federal Election Commission database does not list any contributions to federal candidates after September 2012, Chutkan did give $250 to the campaign for Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in 2008.
This is not the first time Judge Chutkan has faced criticism. In 2019, she presided over the case against Russian national Maria Butina, who was accused of being a covert agent involved in an effort to influence U.S. politics. Butina ultimately pleaded guilty to conspiring to act as a foreign agent and was sentenced to 18 months in prison. However, there were concerns about the handling of the case, as the defense team claimed that the Department of Justice (DOJ) failed to provide Brady material (evidence favorable to the defense). The defense team specifically mentioned Patrick Byrne, who they believed was connected to the DOJ, but this information was never provided.
Furthermore, Judge Chutkan oversaw a case involving a Pakistani spy ring that had infiltrated the House Democrats. As reported in 2020, Pakistani IT staffers and brothers, employed by Democrat US Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, were paid over $4 million dollars despite being accused of a cyber-security breach. In a plea deal, one of the spies, Imran Awan, pleaded guilty to making a false statement on a loan/credit application. However, Chutkan gave him no jail time, stating that he had “suffered enough.” This lenient punishment raised concerns about a potential bias favoring Democrats.
Additionally, Judge Chutkan has faced criticism for her handling of cases related to the January 6 Capitol riot. Trump supporters who walked into the Capitol on that day have received some of the harshest sentences, with Chutkan overseeing the prosecutions. Despite these concerns, some media outlets, like Newsweek, have failed to address Chutkan’s apparent bias and instead highlight her role in handing out severe punishments to riot participants.
The assignment of Judge Tanya Chutkan to the case against President Trump raises questions about the impartiality of the judiciary and the potential for political bias influencing the outcomes of key cases. As this case continues, it is essential to closely monitor the actions and decisions of Judge Chutkan to ensure a fair and unbiased process.