NBC correspondent claims judge needs security because Trump targets women of color who ‘cross him’

A so-called “reporter” argued Thursday that the judge presiding over former President Donald Trump’s latest indictment needs extra security because he essentially hates black women.

NBC News correspondent Ryan Reilly offered up the remarkably biased “analysis” hours after U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan was spotted walking to a cafeteria accompanied by U.S. marshals.

“Judges typically do not get such escorts when they move around the courthouse, and Chutkan was observed as recently as last week walking around the building without security,” NBC News itself reported.

Most people believe this security is necessary because it’s such a high-profile case. After all, Trump used to be the president of the United States. Yet according to Reilly, the real reason is something entirely different.


The segment began with host Jose Diaz-Balart asking Reilly about the “extra security precautions [that] have been put in place around the judge.” Reilly initially responded with some background information.

“Our own Daniel Barnes spotted Judge Chutkan being accompanied by three US marshals around the courtroom. Last week, actually, the day that Donald Trump had his court appearance when Judge Chutkan wasn’t yet in charge, she was assigned to the case but was not yet overseeing the case. She was just sort of going around as normal inside the courtroom, obviously, with a few more extra sets of eyes on her,” he said.

“It’s just this very unique situation where you have these very high profile people just sort of circulating around the court. But now she does appear to have additional security,” he added.

It’s at this point that he got to the racial nonsense.

“And I think that’s really critical because, of course, you’ve seen already Donald Trump put some focus on her. And frankly, you know, the fact that she’s a black woman is something that’s going to be very critical here, because you’ve seen the sort of ire that Donald Trump has pointed towards, particularly women of color, who have, sort of cross him or who have brought charges against him in the past. So that’s going to be something that we’ve seen in other cases,” he said.

“In January 6 cases I’ve seen, it’s been a very, you know, sort of racist reaction to that. And I think that that’s something that you really have to watch out for in the aftermath of this. There’s going to be a lot of particular scorn, I think, focused on her just based on what we’ve seen in the past and the focus that Donald Trump is putting on her at this moment,” he added.

It apparently never dawned on Reilly that Trump has directed ire at everybody and anybody who’s ever crossed or even merely challenged him, regardless of whether they were white, black, male, female, American, non-American, etc.

And wouldn’t you know it, Reilly’s very biased opinion jibes perfectly with what left-wing activists have been tweeting ever since Chutkan was assigned to the case.

In fact, they’ve been screeching this dubious talking point ever since Trump’s first indictment.


These people are, for all intents and purposes, incapable of perceiving this case outside the lens of white v. black racial animus.

To them, Trump is a racist (he’s not) who hates black women (he doesn’t), and so there can be no greater justice than his cases being overseen by said women.

The theory doesn’t make a lot of sense, nor does it fit any of the known facts, but what difference does it make to the radicalized left?


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Vivek Saxena


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