The dough-faced opponents of Trump, such as Rep. John Katko, can’t hide behind their facade any longer. Despite winning office by presenting himself as a tough prosecutor on a mission, Katko admittedly spent the afternoon of Jan. 6th “holed up” inside his office with the lights turned off, in fear of unarmed Trump-supporting Americans. It’s no wonder Katko announced that he will not be seeking reelection in November. His false front is shattered now and forever. The American people have seen him for the Swamp creature that he is.
Never-Trumpers should not have been frightened by the likes of the recently sentenced woman who entered the Capitol with her 14-year-old child. One and allegedly a second unarmed pro-Trump woman were killed there by Capitol police, but there has been no justice for them. Liberal Republicans expressed unjustified fear about comments to be made by Trump on Jan. 6th, while House conservatives declared that they wanted to listen and learn from what Trump would say. At a rally in Arizona,Trump delivered those comments, and they were spot on.
He observed that “it’s a disgrace to our country” that politicians are resorting to “Stalinist show trials” against those who participated in the Jan. 6th rally. He remarked that witnesses brought before the sham House investigatory committee say they “have never been treated so horribly in my life.” It is perpetrating an “unprecedented assault on civil liberties” and engaging in a “blatant abuse of power to harass their political opponents,” he continued. Trump rightly pointed out that “it’s never happened to this extent” to misuse the powers of government to persecute political opponents as House Democrats are doing.
Social justice, racial justice, and climate justice have all become really trendy fads for the left, but what about good old-fashioned “liberty and justice for all?” Can’t we at least have legitimate impartial inquiries into such things as the killing of Ashli Babbitt? Political posturing has no place in the judicial system. Our Founders envisioned something greater for us. Let us strive to achieve their noble vision by seeking true justice for all Americans.
To keep up with the imprisonment and treatment of January 6th prisoners, see American Gulag.