(National Sentinel) Dept. of Injustice: You’ll never see a better example of the two systems of justice that currently exist in America.
Earlier on Friday, a federal judge ordered President Donald Trump’s one-time 2016 campaign manager Paul Manafort to prison while he awaits trial on various charges filed against him by deep state cop Robert Mueller.
Mueller asked the judge to confine Manafort for alleged “witness tampering” on more than one occasion.
At this juncture, we don’t know if Manafort is or is not guilty — of anything. There’s been no trial and there have been no verdicts.
It may turn out that he is guilty of something.
But the point we’re making is this: He’s been charged and now jailed over various allegations having nothing at all to do with the 2016 Trump campaign or POTUS or “Russia.”
And yet, there are scores of people walking around today breathing free air who, just based on open-source reporting, have violated numerous statutes including, but not limited to, lying to federal investigators and serious abuses of the Espionage Act to acts of outright treason.
They are the major players in Spygate.
Yet none of them have even been formally charged yet, let alone have had to spend a single night behind bars.
Worse, there are no indications that charges are forthcoming.
Granted, in today’s Washington, if charges were on the way someone would likely leak them.
But after the Trump administration arrested a former Senate Intelligence Committee staffer recently for passing along classified info to a 20-something reporter he was sleeping with, that might have scared potential leakers badly enough to keep quiet.
The fact is, we’ve known about some of these alleged crimes for more than a year.
We knew by mid-summer 2016 Hillary Clinton committed serial violations of laws governing the handling of classified information because then-FBI Director James Comey told us so during a bizarre and “insubordinate” press conference.
Speaking of Comey, he’s admitted to leaking sensitive information himself — in order to spur the appointment of a special counsel — which happened, of course (despite the fact that no crimes were cited to justify Mueller’s appointment).
We know that demoted FBI official Peter Strzok was involved in a treasonous plot to derail Trump’s presidency and undermine it after he won.
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was only fired by AG Jeff Sessions for serial lies he told to federal investigators — when Sessions should have had him charged for doing the same thing that Michael Flynn is said to have done, only more often
Yet Manafort is the only one going to jail. And he hasn’t even been tried yet.
When there are two sets of rules — one set for the elite and another set for everyone else — we don’t have a “justice system.”
We have a “system of injustice.” And this cannot stand in a civil society.
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