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Arbitrary Justice

Updated: Jun 6

June 5, 2022


What is the law? What is justice? What is our judicial system? What is our Constitution? At the root of all of these lofty ideals is equality. Equality underpins all of those high institutions and concepts. That is what “equal justice under the law” means. If we don’t have an equal application of the law, of justice, of our judicial system, and of our Constitution, we don’t have laws, we don’t have justice, we don’t have a judicial system, and we don’t have a constitution. We would merely have arbitrary rules of reward and punishment.


This week, L.A. County D.A. George Gascón sentenced a teen who drove his car into a mother and her infant to five months’ probation, and his record will be wiped clean. The victim said, “He tried to murder two innocent pedestrians… George Gascon doesn’t value my life or the life of my child, or any other victim out there, and would rather reward the monsters like K.B. by demonstrating to them that their actions have no consequences.” She also said that she has “lost all faith in the justice system.” Gascón and other far-left D.A.’s throughout our country have made it a practice to selectively enforce the law in their cities based on their political agendas.


Earlier in the week, a Washington, DC jury, that included three donors to Hillary Clinton’s campaign, found Clinton’s lawyer, Michael Sussman, not guilty of lying to the FBI. Sussman did, in fact, lie to FBI general counsel James A. Baker when he told him he wasn’t representing any particular client when he passed along false information about Donald Trump supposedly communicating with the Russians. This fake story was propagated by a lawyer working for the Clinton campaign designed to smear Trump in the run up to the election. Lying to the FBI is a crime that carries a penalty of up to 5 years in prison, but there were people on the jury who decided by themselves that the case should not have been tried and let him off.


One of the Sussman jurors reportedly said, “I don’t think it should have been prosecuted. There are bigger things that affect the nation than a possible lie to the FBI.” If that statement had been made during jury selection, that juror would have been disqualified. Another juror said, “Personally, I don’t think it should have been prosecuted because I think we have better time or resources to use or spend on other things that affect the nation as a whole than a possible lie to the FBI.” It is not up the jurors to decide whether this case was worth going to trial, their job was to determine guilt or innocence, and the fact that their reasons for acquittal was that the crime was not a big deal, means that they knew he was guilty.


According to these jurors, it is okay to spend 2½ years and $40 million investigating a false Russian Collusion accusation which Sussman’s lies initiated, but it is not okay to spend 2 weeks trying Sussman for lying to the FBI which led to the fake Russian Collusion investigation in the first place which wasted exponentially more time and money than the Sussman trial. Now we have a two-tiered judicial system that chases down and investigates false allegations and fake evidence against Republicans but will rig a jury so that a Democrat would never get convicted even in the face of damning evidence.


On Friday, former Trump economic advisor, Peter Navarro, was arrested, handcuffed and leg-ironed, exactly one day after stating publicly that he would help lead the impeachment efforts against Joe Biden if Republicans take back Congress, and if Nancy Pelosi is allowed to continue her sham January 6 investigation with illegal subpoenas. Pelosi chose to only include two Republicans, Liz Chaney and Adam Kinzinger, on her committee which is three short of the mandatory five Republicans that the committee’s resolution requires, so the committee is in violation of its own law. Once again, the Democrats are rigging the process, handpicking the committee members with seven Democrats and 2 Never-Trump Republicans, and if someone speaks out against this sham investigation, they are arrested and put into leg irons.


They are rigging this committee, so they can rig the 2024 election. They desperately do not want Donald Trump to run for President in 2024 because they fear that he would win, so they are holding the January 6 investigation to keep him off the ballot, just as they held two sham impeachments of the man. But any talk of impeaching the Democrat President lands you in jail like Peter Navarro.


Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary, 2000 Mules, lays out clear evidence of potential massive voter fraud occurring in the 2020 election. In heavily Democrat counties in the battleground states, there is video footage and electronic tracking data of over 200 individuals going to a minimum of 10 drop boxes inserting between 5 to 15 ballots in each box after stopping at a minimum of 3 left-leaning NGOs. This is not incontrovertible evidence or definitive proof that there was voter fraud in the 2020 election, but there’s enough evidence to start an investigation, but the FBI and the DOJ will not look into any of this evidence to determine if fraud actually occurred. We spent 2½ years and $40 million investigating false Russia collusion allegations, and over a year and an impeachment investigating January 6, but we can’t spend a dime or a minute investigating the evidence of possibly the biggest voter fraud operation in our nation’s history. Why?


The Democrats need a rigged game. That’s the only way they believe they can win. But if you question the legitimacy of the 2020 election, you will be called a threat to Democracy or an insurrectionist. But they are the threats to Democracy. A clear sign that voter fraud is within the mindset of Democrats is listening to Congressman Mondaire Jones who during a Judiciary Meeting on gun control last week, represented the strategy of the Democrats when he said, “you will not stop us from advancing the Protecting Our Kids act today, you will not stop us from passing it in the House next week… if the filibuster obstructs us, we will abolish it. If the Supreme Court objects, we will expand it.” So, if the legal process of passing legislation does get the legislation the Democrats want passed, they will simply change the rules, rig the game in their favor. It is not a big step to go from rigging the jury in a trial, rigging the vote in Congress, rigging the vote of the Supreme Court, to rigging the vote in the general election. To put it another way, there is not much difference between packing the Supreme Court and stuffing a ballot box. The mentality is exactly the same. They are willing to play by the rules, only if they get the results they want, but if they don’t get what they want, they will change the rules.


These are all signs that our country has taken a sharp downward turn, a turn that we may never pull out of. Almost everyone in politics is putting the self and the party ahead of the country. And when that is allowed to happen, it is the first step down the road to our destruction. Since our country’s inception, political leaders fought vigorously for their agendas, their interests, their party, but most stayed within the rules of the game, most adhered to the Constitution, and those who didn’t, like Richard Nixon, were exposed and expelled. But now, our political leaders are doing the very same things that Nixon did, weaponizing the intelligence agencies, rigging elections, destroying the very system that has served us so well for centuries. Their actions are the height of selfishness, destroying so much good for so many other people, for their own selfish gain.


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Judd Garrett is a graduate from Princeton University, and a former NFL player, coach, and executive. He has been a contributor to the website Real Clear Politics. He has recently published his first novel, No Wind.

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Judd Garrett is a former NFL player, coach and executive. He is a frequent contributer to the website Real Clear Politics, and has recently published his first novel, No Wind