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United States District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan defended Black Lives Matter in comparison to Jan. 6 political prisoners while issuing a sentence for a Texas defendant who was involved in the protest. 

Chutkan gave San Antonio, Tex. resident Matthew Mazzocco, who allegedly stormed the U.S. Capitol, 45 days behind bars even though prosecutors asked for no jail time. She made her extreme left-wing political bias clear as she issued the Draconian and absurd ruling.

“Mr. Mazzocco did not go to the United States Capitol out of any love or support for our country, he went there to support one man who he viewed had the election taken from him,” she said.

Chutkan, a Jamaican-born appointee to the federal bench by former president Barack Hussein Obama, said that the BLM riots, which were coordinated throughout many months and caused billions in property damage while razing cities and targeting cultural monuments for ISIS-style destruction, were “the actions of people protesting, mostly peacefully, for civil rights.”

She said, in direct contradiction to all of the evidence, that protesters during the Jan. 6 rally against election fraud were “trying to overthrow the government.” Any comparison in the eyes of this third-world foreigner between BLM and Jan. 6 “ignores the very real danger that the Jan. 6 riots pose to the foundation of our democracy,” according to her comments.

Big League Politics has reported on the show trial regime against Jan. 6 political prisoners that is making a mockery of the rule of law:

Reps. Chip Roy (R-TX) and Thomas Massie (R-KY) have issued a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland demanding answers on the mistreatment of Jan. 6 protesters who participated in the mostly-peaceful rally in and around the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C.

“On May 12, you testified to the Senate Appropriations Committee that, ‘if there has to be a hierarchy of things that we prioritize, this would be the one we would prioritize because it is the most dangerous threat to our democracy,’”  the letter explains. 

“Respectfully, such a sweeping exaggeration can be viewed as nothing more than political hyperbole and a dangerous politicization of law enforcement activities that may punish those engaging in protected speech by lumping them in with those who committed acts of violence,” they added.

Roy and Massie are concerned that the feds are using Jan. 6 as a pretext to rip up the Bill of Rights and Constitution and bring the war on terror to the homeland to be used against American patriots.

“We continue to hear stories of overly aggressive and violent tactics from FBI agents executing arrest warrants on individuals with no risk of violence or who committed mere trespass offenses.  And DOJ continues to push for pretrial incarceration of citizens with no history of, or propensity for, violence, only to be rebuffed by judges time and time again.  The American people deserve to know why,” they wrote.”

This conviction should be overturned because of the judge’s unprofessional and anti-civilizational behavior. Her appointment to the bench despite her utter lack of intelligence and qualifications shows how the concept of justice degrades due to multiculturalism.

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