The Death of Justice

The biggest lie told by a Democrat, to defend—to deny—the lies told by another Democrat, is a slander against Republicans. The lie that Republicans “want to win too badly” comes from the late Dale Bumpers, Democrat of Arkansas, during the impeachment trial of Bill Clinton. The lie applies most aptly to Democrats, for they are the ones who want to win at all costs; they are the ones who want to destroy the legal system to save themselves from Donald Trump.

In their zeal to replace the ballot box with a jury box, overruling 6.2 million dozen votes with a simple dozen, Democrats seek to criminalize politics.

In their zeal to cancel Trump, Democrats seek to brand him a criminal.

In their zeal to imprison Trump, Democrats seek to treat him as a dangerous criminal.

Such is the political system under Democrats.

Such is the legal system under Democrat politicians.

Such is the criminal justice system under Democrat prosecutors.

The system is undemocratic.

The system is unconstitutional.

The system is unAmerican.

Eight score years ago, with malice toward none, the first Republican president sought to bind up the nation’s wounds.

Today, Democrats act with malice toward one: Donald Trump, our most recent Republican president.

Tomorrow, Democrats will come for us.

Such is the terror of malicious prosecution.

Such is the nature of Democrat prosecutors.

When justice is irrelevant to law and truth incidental to victory, tyranny wins.

When Democrat prosecutors want to win too badly, everyone loses.

Look at the civil prosecution of Trump.

A judge ordered Trump to pay $355 million—for what?

And now, a criminal judge—Judge Juan Merchan—has the power to send Trump to prison.

If Merchan orders Trump to pay restitution in the form of time, if he sentences Trump to do time—hard time—in prison, the result will be a victory for the forces of extremism.

If a judge can do this to a former president, who is also the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, the result will be a victory for antidemocratic rule.

If a judge chooses to do this, if he betrays the admonition to judge not and refuses to cast out the beam in his own eye, if he eyes power more than he loves justice, the result will be a profound and lasting injustice.

A judge who presides over a trial this political is no observer.

A judge who says he is not political, in spite of his financial contributions to Democrats, is no moderate.

A judge who says he does not have to recuse himself, in spite of his politics, is no judge.

We cannot establish justice—we shall not secure justice—if we do not stop the injustice of malicious prosecution.

Public service is too expensive to begin with.

The cost is too high for most millionaires and too wasteful for most billionaires, leaving us with what we have now: a disaster.

If Donald Trump has to pay $400 million for a nonexistent crime, if the price of his service to the nation is service on the interest of the debt he owes the state, if he must pay Letitia James a tax for doing politics in New York, no one—no one who is not willing to lose his life or his liberty or his property—will enter politics.

If Trump has to go to prison so Democrats will not riot, what happens to his supporters?

If Trump is a criminal, who is not guilty?

If Trump is guilty, what are we?

The letter of the law cannot cannot survive the death of the spirit of the law.

Democrats cannot proclaim justice.

Only we can demand that justice be done though the heavens fall, because we are fallen; we are sinners.

We are not criminals.

Nor is Donald Trump.

We who share Trump’s politics will vote for him in November.

All who abhor the criminalization of politics will vote against Joe Biden.

To all who abhor us, we welcome your hatred.

We are the deplorables.

We are the forgotten Americans.

We will not forget the wrongs done to America, by Democrat prosecutors and judges.

Do not mistake our charity, that we believe in charity for all, for forgiveness.

We do not believe in amnesty for the wicked or absolution for the unrepentant.

Injustice is a stain that Democrats must remove.

Every Democrat who celebrates the prosecution of President Trump does not know what justice means.

Every Democrat who celebrates the conviction of President Trump does not know what injustice is.

Every Democrat who celebrates injustice commits an injustice against us.

Vengeance alone is not justice.

We must not acquire a taste for vengeance, because a power this strong—a drug this deadly—is uncontainable.

If Democrats want to overdose on hatred, if they want to poison themselves with the fentanyl of deceit, we need not partake; we must not join them in the politics of personal destruction.

We are better than the worst among us.

The better angels of our nature are better than the enemies of America.

We will vote for Donald Trump.

We will appeal this injustice.

As our cause is just, so shall we act justly.

As justice is just, so shall we attain justice.

To President Trump, we say:

Put your confidence in us. We were with you before, and we are with you now. We are one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Steve Gruber is the host of America’s Voice Live, which airs daily on Real America’s Voice TV

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