The “most influential” Jamaican Marxists are linked to U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan, who is overseeing the lawsuit against former President Trump that was filed on January 6.
At the first of the month, special counsel Jack Smith charged Trump with four crimes connected to his alleged plan to steal the presidential election in 2020. The Article III Project found that it is interesting that Chutkan is related to some of the most significant Marxist rebels in Jamaica.
Chutkan had been born in Kingston, Jamaica, in the year 1962. His grandpa, Frank Hill, and his great-uncle, Ken Hill, both helped start the People’s National Party (PNP) of Jamaica. One member of a Marxist group in the PNP said that Ken Hill was “by far the most influential” member of the group.
As told by one internet encyclopedia:
“In 1939, Hill joined the PNP, which had a Marxist group called the left.” Richard Hart, a member, wrote, “Ken Hill, who was by far the group’s most influential, was more practical and less interested in political theory than most people on the left. He may have started to think of himself as being a communist because of his brother Frank and because of what he saw happening in the world,” (Hart, 1999, p. 56).
Three years later, the former governor of Jamaica, Sir Arthur Richards, put Ken and Frank Hill in jail for doing things that were against the government. Richards said that Ken Hill was “probably the single most dangerous subversive agent throughout Jamaica.”
Chutkan’s mother, Noelle, is the daughter of Frank Hill as well as the niece of Ken Hill.
Chutkan is one among the many far-left judges that former President Obama put on the federal bench. He was put there in 2014.
Breitbart News said that Chutkan decided in 2021 that hundreds of files of the former president’s White House documents could be given to the January 6 investigating group, even though Trump objected. She also gave money to Obama’s campaigns in 2008 and 2012.
Obama gave Chutkan along with her husband, Peter Krauthamer, extremely competitive judge jobs in Washington, DC. This was the first time this had ever happened. Krauthamer was sworn in to serve as D.C. Superior Court Judge two years before Chutkan was named to the job.