As the politically motivated witch hunt against former President Donald Trump continues, Americans have learned that U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan has been assigned to the January 6 case.
Known as a far-left judge, former President Barack Obama appointed both Chutkan and her husband, Peter Krauthamer, to highly sought-after judgeships in Washington, DC.
A closer look into Chutkan’s background reveals that she has deep family ties to some of the “most influential” Marxists in Jamaica. (Poll: Do You Stand With Trump? VOTE)
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“Born in Kingston, Jamaica, in 1962, Chutkan’s grandfather, Frank Hill, and great uncle, Ken Hill, played a key role in founding Jamaica’s People’s National Party (PNP),” the report found. “Ken Hill was ‘by far the most influential’ member of a Marxist group within the PNP, according to one member of the group.”
Communist Ken Hill was known as “probably the most dangerous subversive agent in Jamaica.” Chutkan’s mother, Noelle, is Frank Hill’s daughter and Ken Hill’s niece.
In recent years, Chutkan has been using her power to hand out harsh sentences to January 6 defendants. She is known for punishing Trump supporters more severely than her peers on the federal bench.
This is evidence that Chutkan is biased and politically motivated. Many Americans are demanding that Chutkan recuse herself from the case.
“Four of the six cases where judges sentenced January 6 defendants to prison over federal prosecutors’ requests for lesser punitive measures happened in Chutkan’s courtroom,” the report said.
Politifact explained, “In one instance, Chutkan sentenced Matthew Mazzocco, a Texas man who pleaded guilty to parading, demonstrating or picketing in the Capitol, to 45 days incarceration, 60 hours of community service and $500 restitution.”
Chutkan rejected the recommendation from prosecutors who asked that “he be sentenced to 3 months home detention, 36 months probation, 60 hours of community service and $500 restitution.”
“If Mr. Mazzocco walks away with probation and a slap on the wrist, that’s not going to deter anyone from trying what he did again,” Chutkan said at Mazzocco’s sentencing hearing. “It does not, in this Court’s opinion, indicate the severity, the gravity, of the offenses that he committed on January 6.”
During one of the sentencing for a January 6 defendant, Chutkan complained about the fact Trump “remains free to this day.”
“I see the videotapes,” the judge said. “I see the footage of the flags and the signs that people were carrying and the hats that they were wearing, and the garb.”
“And the people who mobbed that Capitol were there in fealty, in loyalty to one man, not to the Constitution, of which most of the people who come before me seem woefully ignorant; not to the ideals of this county and not to the principles of democracy. It’s blind loyalty to one person who, by the way, remains free to this day,” she added.