‘Unprecedented’ Obama-Appointed Judge Orders State Department to Release Documents on Trump’s Dealings with Ukraine

Another day, another corrupt Obama judge.

U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper, an Obama appointee ruled Wednesday that the State Department must release the Trump Administration’s documents related to Ukraine.

The federal judge’s ruling was in response to a FOIA lawsuit filed by American Oversight, a far-left watchdog group who was seeking Ukraine documents related to communications between Giuliani, Trump and the State Department.

 

The far left watchdog group also requested documents related to fired US Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch.

“This is an important victory for the American people’s right to know the facts about Ukraine, and it is a major setback for the White House’s stonewalling. The court recognized the importance of these documents and the need for the State Department to rapidly release them, and American Oversight will continue fighting to make sure the truth comes out,” American Oversight said in a statement to The Hill.

The corrupt Obama judge ruled that the documents must be disclosed within 30 days, which is unprecedented.

The Democrats are conducting a sham impeachment inquiry against President Trump in the basement of the Capitol behind closed doors and now a corrupt Obama judge is helping the Democrats by ordering a tranche of Ukraine-related documents to be released within 30 days.


Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said on Thursday that out of over 500 FOIA lawsuits his watchdog group has litigated over the years, they have “NEVER had this type of relief.”

“Anti-Trump group gets astonishing and virtually unprecedented FOIA doc production order from Obama-appointed judge related to “impeachment,” Fitton said.

“Judicial Watch has litigated nearly 500 hundred FOIA cases and NEVER had this type of relief,” he added.

For example, the FBI is slow-rolling a release of Strzok/Page documents in response to a Judicial Watch FOIA lawsuit and trying to drag out the production until 2021.

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