Those were the words of Donald Trump.
They would also be the words of me if I were Donald Trump. I agree with him.
The judge currently set to oversee Donald Trump's trial owes his entire career to Barack Obama.
Gee, I wonder which way that judge is going to lean?
The fact of the matter is that Donald Trump hasn't been treated very fairly by America's liberals lately, and U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan, a former nominee of Barack Obama, doesn't appear ready to buck that trend.
The charges that Chutkan will be presiding over against Mr. Trump are "one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States, one count of conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, obstruction of and attempt to obstruct an official proceeding—the certification of the electoral vote—and conspiracy against the rights of citizens."
For everything that liberals have accused him of, Donald Trump has said that he's not guilty of any of it.
Trump has maintained his innocence throughout this whole situation.
Judge Chutkan has already been working against Donald Trump in this case.
On August 5, Chutkan denied Trump's legal team the time they requested to respond to a proposal put forth by prosecutors.
We were only in the first stage of things and Chutkan was already giving Donald the business.
Why in the world should we expect Chutkan to change her actions the deeper into the trial we get?
I guess it's fair to think that she might change, but it will almost assuredly be for the worse, not for the better.
After she denied Trump's team the time they requested, Donald Trump came out guns blazing demanding her recusal.
"There is no way I can get a fair trial with the judge ‘assigned’ to the ridiculous freedom of speech/fair elections case," Trump said. "Everybody knows this, and so does she! We will be immediately asking for a recusal of this judge on very powerful grounds, and likewise for venue change, out of D.C."
Despite all of these problems, Trump remains the GOP frontrunner for the 2024 nomination.