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Tuesday, November 01, 2022

Pelosi and two tier justice

 It should be obvious to everyone at this point that the left’s narrative, as dutifully regurgitated by the helmet-haired legacy news prompter jockeys, is both a deflection away from their own absurdist ideological policies, and a diversion from what has been less widely commented upon: that while SF prosecutors were quick to release Mr Pelosi’s attacker when he committed his other felonies — presumably against unimportant people who don’t have the necessary social standing to rate as victims — in this case, he’s being held without the no-cash bail policy the city otherwise promotes, and with an immediate FBI presence to oversee the case, even though the attacker was taken into custody by local law enforcement at the scene.

Or, to put it more succinctly, Democrat politicians and their legacy media praetorian guard are perfectly happy to run on policies that harm you and I, but that they assume won’t impact them.

But when it does — when an illegal felon with a history of insanity living in a known drug den decides to strike an elite with a hammer, or when beleaguered border towns in Texas send illegal crossers to NY or DC — the policy changes, but only on a per case basis.

This is the very essence of a two-tiered system of Justice. And it’s being promoted by a collaboration of legacy media gatekeepers and the Democratic Party, both of whom have become increasingly fond of sub rosa policy to censor undesirables with the temerity to question them.

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