The Obama-appointed judge presiding over former President Donald Trump’s case brought by Special Counsel Jack Smith has ties to Boies Schiller Flexner, a firm that worked for Burisma Holdings, according to The Gateway Pundit. Trump reportedly called for an immediate recusal of Judge Tanya Chutkan, citing her bias as the reason.
Chutkan has been known for her uneven rulings against conservatives. She is reportedly known for issuing greater sentences than what the federal government has recommended to January 6 defendants. Knowing this, Trump stated that he cannot trust that he will get a fair trial with her as the judge. He added that he will also ask for a venue change so that he is not getting tried in Washington, D.C.
According to records from Open Secret, Chutkan has made political contributions to left-wing politicians, including Barack Obama and Kirsten Gillibrand. That money was revealed to be funneled through a law firm that both her and Hunter Biden worked for, Boies Schiller & Flexner LLP (BSF).
Hunter reportedly worked at the firm as an attorney from 2009 to 2014. She also served as an attorney there before making partner in 2007. In 2014, Chutkan left her position when she was appointed as a judge by then-President Obama. But while Chutkan was with the firm, Hunter was also sitting on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings.
In a recent testimony to the House Oversight Committee, Devon Archer, a former business partner of Hunter, stated that Hunter sold his father’s “brand,” suggesting that he used Biden’s influence as the vice president for his business dealings. Archer also said that Biden was knowledgeable in his son’s dealings.
Revelations into Biden-Burisma Bribery Scheme:
An FBI document that Director Chris Wray initially refused to give to the House Oversight Committee revealed two transactions made to the Bidens by Mykola Zlochevsky, owner of Burisma Holdings.
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An FBI document finally given to the committee showed that Burisma owner, Mykola Zlochevsky, admitted to bribing the Bidens in exchange for firing Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who was investigating the company.