Obama Judge Making Examples of Trump Supporters, Wants it Known to All

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Obama appointed U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan apparently graduated from the Pontius Pilot school of law. What is “truth,” anyway? Truth is what Chutkan says it is. At least, inside her courtroom. Even the federal prosecutors are calling her heavy handed sentences “persecution.” She admits it too. She wants to set an example for other deplorable Trump supporters so they don’t get any smart ideas.

Judge orders ‘chilling’ punishments

Since last week, Tanya Chutkan has been channeling “hanging judge” Roy Bean and handing down viciously excessive sentences in a blatant attempt to chill conservatives from exercising their rights.

Free speech and assembly are things of the past, now that the Constitution has been debunked. These Trump supporters didn’t plead guilty to “participating in an attempted violent overthrow of the government,” but that’s what she sentenced them for.

The patriotic citizen defendants were merely sucked into an impromptu tour of the Capitol Building, by wandering along aimlessly with the herd. They cooperated with authorities all along the line.

Each and every one of them “had pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of unlawful parading and picketing inside the Capitol.” Judge Chutkan has her own personal agenda. She can’t hang them but she can put them in the pokey.

Illegal immigrants streaming across the southern border all whine that they’re entitled to “asylum.” As political observer Christopher Xade points out, “persecution” is one “of the things people from other countries can claim for asylum.”

Referring to Chutkan, he notes, “an activist judge is persecution individuals for misdemeanors.” You can forgive him for the grammar indiscretion as he was posting on Twitter.

More than they bargained for

These Defendants were only facing misdemeanor charges when they went to court for sentencing. They were stunned to get much more in terms of punishment than they had bargained for. This liberal judge is clearly out for revenge.

On Wednesday, October 13, for instance, “two cousins who took selfies in the Capitol” each got “45 days in jail.” Xade observes, “What happened to those who entered the Senate building during the Kavanaugh hearings?”

This is clearly not “justice by any commonly understood sense of the term.” The day before, Judge Chutkan “sentenced a woman to two weeks behind bars when prosecutors had recommended probation.” She had gone out of her way in her “cooperation with law enforcement.”

Sorry no brownie points awarded to deplorables. Last week, she gave another nationalist 45 days in the hole after prosecutors asked for “three months’ home confinement.” What happens when Black Lives Matter troops go on organized looting sprees at the local Target store? Nada.

That’s when the judge spelled out her agenda for the whole world to hear in no uncertain terms. “There have to be consequences for participating in an attempted violent overthrow of the government, beyond sitting at home.” Maybe so, but they weren’t charged with that. She knows. She’s being such a witch because she wants to send a message.

“Because the country is watching to see what the consequences are for something that has not ever happened in this country before, for actions and crimes that undermine the rule of law and our democracy.” She’ll get her fifteen minutes of fame one way or another. Well, what do you expect from a liberal jurist who tried “to halt the execution of a man who raped and murdered a 10-year-old girl” and ordered “the federal government to help illegal aliens get abortions.”

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