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Justice is blind

A man who is accused of trespassing in the Capitol to sit at a Senator’s desk is being held without bond and facing possible terrorism charges.

A man illegally working as an armed security guard who murdered a pro-Trump protester is free on bail.

6 replies on “Justice is blind”

Seems the balance beam in the ol’ scales of justice are either broken, or bent beyond use. I don’t think they’ll like it so much when those of us that just want to be left alone have to take matters into our own hands. Time is fast approaching to fix the scales of justice – by whatever means necessary.

The people who stormed the Capitol Building were:
A. Excited by mass hysteria
B. Drunk
C. High
D. Goaded into action by political operatives
E. All of the above

The “officer” who murdered an unarmed person was:
A. Waiting in ambush
B. Trigger happy
C. Way out of line
D. Taking advantage of an excuse to act
E. All of the above

(puts on WROL glasses)

“Everything looks the same, except people are defending themselves without fear of consequences!”

I get your point, but the cops aren’t the ones whobset the bond or decide on pretrial release.

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