Thomas Jefferson, “When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.”
President Trump has just been indicted and, IN JUST HOURS, will be arraigned in New York.
This political prosecution of a former President is an absolute disgrace.
The radical Left is weaponizing the justice system in a political vendetta. This is lawfare. It’s dangerous to our constitutional republic and exactly what I argued against and warned would happen when I personally defended President Trump before the U.S. Supreme Court.
This “weaponizes 2,300 local DAs . . . to harass, distract, and interfere with [a] President.”
It turns America into a banana republic engaging in the politically motivated prosecutions of third-world countries. Even worse, the judge may impose a gag order on President Trump – an unconstitutional prior restraint. This is an attack on free speech. It should enrage EVERYONE.
At the ACLJ, we are dedicated to defending the Constitution. I’ve been protecting free speech at the Supreme Court for decades.
A prediction dated February 2, 1905, American philosopher and writer (Russian-born) Alissa Zinovievna, better known as Ayn Rand, was born in St. Peterburg, died in March 1982 in New York.
THESE WERE HER WORDS: When you notice that to produce you need to get the permission from those who do not produce anything, when you check that money flows to those who do not deal with goods, but with favors: when you realize that many become rich by the bribery and influence more than by your work and that the laws do not protect you against them, but on the contrary, they are the ones protected against you; when your discover that corruption is rewarded and honesty becomes a self-sacrifice, then you can assert, without fear of being wrong, that society is doomed.
TYRANNY | ˈtirənē |
noun (plural tyrannies)
cruel and oppressive government or rule: people who survive war and escape tyranny | the removal of the regime may be the end of a tyranny.
• a nation under cruel and oppressive government.
• cruel, unreasonable, or arbitrary use of power or control: figurative : the tyranny of the nine-to-five day | she resented his rages and his tyranny | his father’s tyrannies.
• (especially in ancient Greece) rule by one who has absolute power without legal right.
Many people are still deep in denial about the current state of America. We have been taken over and we’re headed for a loss of sovereignty and a global government. Think not? Here are a few examples … just click on each of the the following headlines.