Manafort’s Judges Have a Questionable Past Behavior


Trump’s former short-term campaign manager and his partner Rick Grates, were indicted by a Grand Jury after petitions by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

The judge’s past behavior has concerned many.

Judge Deborah A. Robinson and US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson have a questionable record, and according to Fox News, Judge Jackson is the judge who let Hillary Clinton off the hook when a lawsuit was brought against her by relatives a victim who died during the 2012 Benghazi attacks.

Her decision to strike down the lawsuit was shocking, as the judge ruled in favor of then Secterary of State Clinton despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

She ruled that Hillary Clinton did not enable the attack through the use of her private email server via various communications and that Clinton did not defame the victims in the family after the attacks, making it a contradiction to what the rest of the American people saw and heard.

“Her actions – communicating with other State Department personnel and advisers about the official business of the department – fall squarely within the scope of her duty to run the Department and conduct the foreign affairs of the nation as Secretary of State,” Jackson stated in her final ruling.

It should also be noted that when Hillary Clinton’s husband, former-President Bill Clinton, was running for the presidency, Judge Jackson contributed to his campaign fund. While it was only $1,000, it is still enough to show that she does have a clear political leaning.

US District Magistrate Judge Deborah A. Robinson is an Obama-appointed judge who also donated to Bill Clinton’s campaign back when he was running for president. Some of her cases are also questionable in nature.

In one instance, a national security advisor was charged with a misdemeanor for mishandling classified information. The advisor had cut up three documents and put them in the trash.

The prosecutors and defense lawyers came to an agreement over what the penalties would be — $10,000. Apparently, this did not sit well with the judge, who immediately bumped it up to $50,000 even though terms were already agreed upon.

Besides both openly being Democrats and supporting their party through judicial activism in the courtroom, the fact that Judge Jackson dismissed the case with the Benghazi family is perhaps the most troubling piece of information. It almost seems as if Mrs. Clinton can do no wrong in the eyes of these two judges, and that doesn’t bode well for enemies of the Clintons.