Judge Tanya Chutkan is an Obama appointee who had to recuse herself from not one, but two Fusion GPS cases. (Fusion GPS is the smear firm that produced the Clinton-Steele Dossier for the Clinton campaign and then funneled it into the government.)
She also ruled that illegal aliens have the right to abortion. So this ruling shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise.
Luke Rosiak has the after action report on the Awan case that he spent so much time investigating.
A federal judge declined to give jail time to former Democratic IT aide Imran Awan Tuesday, saying he has “suffered enough” at the hands of politicians “at the highest levels of government.” In addition, the Department of Justice said it did not find any evidence that supported criminal charges.
Imran choked back tears, saying, “We want to thank the prosecution, the FBI and the Capitol Police,” while his lawyer submitted a letter referring to President Donald Trump, Sen. Chuck Grassley and other Republications as “deranged,” “pathetic” and “without a shred of decency.”
Judge Tanya Chutkin gave Imran three months of supervised release. Imran’s attorney had hoped to avoid the supervision, indicating Imran wanted to go back to Pakistan: “By ending this today, you will allow Hina to build her family wherever she chooses and allow Imran to visit his father’s grave and secure his legacy,” the attorney said.
The lawyer, former Hillary Clinton aide Chris Gowen, said Imran was motivated by love for his father, who was dying in Virginia when Imran flew to Pakistan. Imran, he said, was in a “panic” to get money to urgently build a charity hospital, described in court as a “women’s shelter.”
The final act of the opera. Jail for Trump associates. A pass for the Clinton crime clan and any of its Dem associates, on either side.
Imran will go off to build his “women’s shelter” while a series of Trump associates have every penalty in the book thrown at them for actions that the Dems routinely get away with. And maybe Imran can even get some help building that “women’s shelter” from the Clinton Foundation.