‘Painfully Stupid’ Trump Judge Chutkan Equated Jan. 6 To 9/11

Judge Tanya S. Chutkan on Monday questioned former President Donald Trump’s attorneys in their request to have a longer period to prepare for trial. They have over 12 million pages of government documents to sift through and at least 250 federal witnesses to vet.

Their arguments did not sway Chutkan, who then shockingly compared the Jan. 6 protests to 9/11 and the Boston Marathon bombing.

The best response to the judge’s misstatement came from political commentator Julie Kelly. She previously reported on cases of Jan. 6 protesters in her Substack article, “Declassified with Julie Kelly.”

She wrote, “And there you have it, folks. Obama-appointed Tanya Chutkan just compared January 6 to [the] Boston Marathon bombing and 9/11. Insulting to the victims and legally illiterate. She isn’t just crooked but painfully stupid.”

Biden Special Counsel Jack Smith is attempting to connect the Jan. 6 protest with Trump’s allegations of election fraud.

Therefore he is using the combination to accuse the former president of illegally attempting to throw out the results of the 2020 presidential election. As for Chutkan, she is hardly an impartial jurist and clearly demonstrated her leftist tilt with harsh sentences for Jan. 6 demonstrators.

The obvious political nature of Trump’s indictments was laid bare when the judge set the former president’s trial date for March 4 — one day before the critical Super Tuesday primaries. Trump is the Republican frontrunner for the 2024 presidential nomination by a wide margin.

Chutkan, who donated to Obama’s presidential campaigns, tried to justify forcing Trump to submit to a trial with little preparation time.

She noted that the Boston Marathon bombing trial began less than two years after the attack. The trial of Zacarias Moussaoui for his part in the 9/11 attacks, however, began four years later due to several factors including appeals and continuances.

The judge’s twisted logic concluded that the trial of Donald Trump will begin three years, one month and 27 days after Jan. 6.

Of course, he was only recently indicted, so that time was not spent in preparation to face the might of a weaponized federal government. That does not matter to Chutkan, who laughably equated the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil in history to a demonstration at the U.S. Capitol.