I'm not surprised

I'm not surprised.

 and I don't wonder.
It is not surprising.; It should not surprise anyone. Mary: All this talk about war has my cousin very worried. Sue: No doubt. At his age, I don't wonder. John: All of the better-looking ones sold out right away. Jane: I'm not surprised.
See also: not, surprise
References in classic literature ?
"I'm not surprised that you are," returned Dorothy.
I'm not surprised at that, though," he added, consulting the thermometer; "one hundred and forty degrees!"
"I'm not surprised at that," said Uncle Alec, half to himself, adding, in his quick way: "Who have you had to play with?"
I knew you would come," he continued; "I knew I should wake up and find you here; so I'm not surprised. But last night I was very impatient.
"Sometimes," said Flambeau, looking after him, "I'm not surprised that they lynch them."
I'm not surprised. In 1642 we turned King Charles I away from the gates of Hull.
The Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) has made a provisional decision not to refer the pickets' case to the Court of Appeal, and Ricky said: "I'm disappointed but I'm not surprised. Things have never been in our favour and won't be while the people behind all this are still alive - everyone knows it was a political trial."
David John Freeman I'm not surprised. Driving eastbound I could see the flashes frequently on the cameras on one gantry.
To be honest, with all the shocking news that we receive here and around the world on a daily basis, I'm not surprised that Congress approved a proposal to reinstate the death penalty.
I'm not surprised so many viewers were in tears when her trusty shoes were placed atop that coffin.
I'M not surprised to see Nathan Cleverly working with Adam Booth as he seeks to rebuild after that painful first career loss to Russian Sergey Kovalev.
I'M not surprised Liam Gallagher fought tooth and nail to hide the fact he has fathered a secret love child with US journalist Liza Ghorbani.
I'm not surprised. The first time it swept through the team faster than a swish of Jerry Hall's marabou throw.
I'M not surprised that the Olympic football tournament taking place at St James' Park has been such a massive success.
I'm not surprised, as they were unnecessarily complex, with far too much choosing and opening of boxes.