Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, whom the Democrats in the House were using in an attempt to gather dirt on Trump, was sentenced to jail for his felonies weeks ago, but has been allowed to remain free to live a normal life since the sentencing in order to appear before the House of Representatives and tell his lies about President Trump.
But Roger Stone got the full terrorist hit-squad, riot-gear treatment from the FBI warriors armed to the teeth with assault rifles and battering rams as he was collected to go before a judge for processing, and he hadn’t even yet been charged with a crime, let alone convicted, and he was treated like a serial killer or a mass terrorist who threatened society instead of the white-collar essence of the crime he was finally charged with. And Paul Manafort, another of President Trump’s former employees, was held in solitary confinement awaiting trial, and was shuttled off to jail, possibly for the remainder of his life, as soon as the judge issued the sentence for his white-color, non-violent crimes.
Today even criminals have Liberal privilege. Talk about honor among thieves and the subject must be about Liberals. And since the decision to lock-up a sentenced felon or let him remain free comes from the justice side of the law and not the legislative side, how much collusion between the law and the Democrat law-makers does it suggest when only Trump’s former associates are treated like really bad hombres, and the Democrat’s useful idiots are allowed significant freedom, liberty and respect when they’re convicted?
What has happened to justice in America? Answer: Barack Obama and the radical leftist tack of Democrat rulers, that’s what. And the treatment of Donald Trump and the eternal persecution of him for the lie of Russian Collusion, which the FBI and the DOJ both knew was a lie and a set-up deal originated by Obama and Hillary, are just a continuation of the same old Washington Swamp theme of getting rid of anyone who threatens their power to rule from their position of Liberal Privilege.