Skip to comments.Antifa Attacks! National Lawyer’s Guild Observers Turn Blind Eye
Posted on 08/30/2019 5:27:21 AM PDT by The Houston Courant
Leftists are all about disparities. When they are not protesting gender gaps, pay gaps, racial disparities, and trans gaps; they are busy advocating policies which ensure these differences become more pronounced.
The Justice Gap.
Today, that semblance of a two-tiered justice system is starting to take shape in the form of legal precedent and jurisprudence as members of the domestic terror organization, Antifa, receive light to no punishment for felony crimes committed not only in the course of their political activities, but in their personal lives as well.
In a startling ruling earlier this year, Eric Clanton aka the Bike Lock Professor, was let off from his sentence after bashing in the skulls of multiple unsuspecting victims in California while Portland resistance leader Micah Rhodes was given probation for not one, but two separate counts of sexually abusing minors. And these were not even his first offenses.
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No. You can post the whole thing right here.
This isn't your personal click farm.
Get a job.
I am of the opinion that not only will these attacks continue, but will get worse. At least until it becomes apparent that someone carrying out these attacks has a better than average chance of getting shot and possibly killed.
Brown shirts won this round...
Precedent has been set. The law is settled. It is ok to fight back hard against antifa. Carry. Be ready.
Semblance? Starting to take shape? Are you kidding me?
We already have a two-tiered justice system firmly in place and its been there for a long time.
Equal Justice Under the Law. LOL
I am of the opinion that not only will these attacks continue, but will get worse.
You could bet your annual salary that it will.
Hasn’t the National Lawyers’ Guild been a Communist-front organization since it was founded?
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