Two-Tiered Justice System on Full Display, by Fletch Daniels

What kind of justice do you get when the Department of Justice is stacked with Democrats? From Fletch Daniels at

This was not a banner week for the idea that justice is alive and blind in America.

Three separate stories converged to drive home the obvious truth that America has a two-tiered justice system: the Justice Department’s decision to not indict the guilty-as-sin plotter Andrew McCabe, the attempt to give Roger Stone an outrageous jail sentence, and the Army’s decision to shrug that one of its officers attempted to orchestrate the removal of his commander-in-chief.

Even in the unlikely scenario that the Barr-Durham investigations send the full stable of coup-plotters to jail for decades, it will not erase the obvious fact that it pays to be a Democrat if you are going to commit crimes, particularly if they are political.

There are a couple of simple reasons for this.  The most obvious reason is that the entire federal bureaucracy is one giant Democrat machine.  This cannot be repeated enough.  Nearly every member of almost every single department is a Democrat.

How bad is it?  Back in 2016, 95 percent of campaign contributions for the presidential race went to Her Royal Awfulness.  The Justice Department overachieved, coming in at 97 percent.

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One response to “Two-Tiered Justice System on Full Display, by Fletch Daniels

  1. Like it has been said before by folks, burn their house down. The USDJ does not dispense justice. It is a legal system, I use the word legal sarcastically, to control we the people. The attorneys are embedded everywhere. They are in all three branches of the federal government. This would be construed as a huge conflict of interest at any other time. Yet, we put up with this crap. We all should be asking ourselves just who are the fools?


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