Washington Times highlights 2 tier justice system between Trump and Biden dox cases | Eastern North Carolina Now

These days in our justice system, it is sadly all about politics, not about the Rule of Law.  More egregious classified documents cases against Biden and Hillary are swept under the tug because they are Democrats, while the book is thrown at Trump for a less serious case because Trump is a Republican.  The Washington Times has a good article on the subject:


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( February 13th, 2024 @ 7:11 am )
The political corruption of our justice system by Biden and the Democrats is a huge threat to democracy. It is making us like a Third World banana republic or like Putin's Russia. If a stop is not put to it, we will soon see American democracy in our rearview mirror.

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