Radical left-wing federal Judge Tanya Chutkan and her husband, Peter Krauthamer, received highly sought-after judgeships in Washington, DC from former President Barack Obama.
Now Chutkan is overseeing the criminal trial against former President Donald Trump.
She also issued an unprecedented and controversial gag order in order to silence Trump from speaking out.
Barring a criminal defendant from publicly criticizing the prosecutor and judge is clearly unconstitutional.
Gagging a presidential candidate is what happens in third-world Marxist hellholes.
The DC Circuit must fix DC Obama Judge Tanya Chutkan's clearly erroneous ruling. https://t.co/Sf7DtDlQEK
— 🇺🇸 Mike Davis 🇺🇸 (@mrddmia) October 16, 2023
A closer look into Chutkan’s background reveals that she has deep family ties to some of the “most influential” Marxists in Jamaica. Her uncle and grandfather founded the Jamaica’s Marxist group, People’s National Party (PNP).
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.
During one of the sentencing for a January 6 defendant, Chutkan complained about the fact Trump “remains free to this day.”
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.”
Former assistant U.S. attorney Zach Smith said, “Not only have we never before had a former president or leading presidential candidate being indicted in four different felony cases with 91 counts across those four cases, but we’ve also never, to my knowledge, had a leading presidential candidate who has had a gag order issued against him basically limiting what he’s allowed to say on the campaign trail.”
Attorney Bill Shipley responded, “There could be two avenues — both a direct appeal as part of the criminal case, and also a civil action seeking an injunction of the order on the basis that it is a violation of his constitutional rights as a candidate and part of the campaign.”
“Yes — there is case law that says a defendant in a criminal case can have his First Amendment rights to speak about the case curtailed,” he added. “But there has never been a case involving a candidate for POTUS being put in that position during the course of the campaign.”
“Barring a criminal defendant from publicly criticizing the prosecutor and judge is clearly unconstitutional,” Article III Project founder Mike Davis posted online. “Gagging a presidential candidate is what happens in third-world Marxist hellholes. The DC Circuit must fix DC Obama Judge Tanya Chutkan’s clearly erroneous ruling.”
“I’ll be the only politician in history that runs with a gag order where I’m not allowed to criticize people,” Trump stated. “We’ll appeal it, and we’ll see.”