The plot just keeps getting thicker and thicker when it comes to the election case against Trump.
The judge assigned to the case is U.S. District Judge Tanya S. Chutkan, who is known as a judge that loves to hand out heavy sentences.
As luck would have it, there is another item buried in her closet that has everyone shaking their head.
Ties to Hunter
Before being put on the bench, Chutkan spent time as an attorney for Boies, Schiller, & Flexner from 2002 to 2014 in litigation and white-collar criminal defense, reported Breitbart.
Well, guess who else worked for that firm as a lobbyist?
That would be Hunter Biden, who was employed by the firm from 2009 to 2014.
When I initially looked up Chutkan, I thought their paths did not cross, but a Breitbart report is now claiming they were both at the firm at the same time, overlapping their time there for about a five-year span.
Chutkan also seems to have an ax to grind, posting on her judiciary profile, “For a lot of people, I seem to check a lot of boxes: immigrant, woman, Black, Asian. Your qualifications are always going to be subject to criticism and you have to develop a thick skin.”
Hunter’s lobbying duties concentrated on colleges, hospitals, and tech firms. Considering his father was in office as the VP at the time, that was one hell of a selling point for access as a lobbyist.
Hutner left the firm in 2014, which is when he joined Burisma for the cushy board position with zero experience in the energy sector. But that was okay because he picked up the phone to pump just about every Obama official that did have experience for advice.
In all of Trump’s cases, he has drawn only one conservative judge so far, which means the next 15 months are going to be a long haul for the former president.