The Brandon regime’s Department of Justice (DoJ) is perhaps better described as the Department of Injustice, based on the selective way in which political cases are investigated and prosecuted.
Attorney General Merrick Garland just threw the book at the Proud Boys, a conservative movement, charging them with “sedition” for protesting in the capital on Jan. 6, 2021. Black Lives Matter (BLM) terrorists, meanwhile, were just let off easy with a plea agreement.
According to reports, two lawyers who took part in BLM domestic terrorism faced the possibility of 30 years in prison for their crimes. Instead, the Brandon regime basically lets them off scot-free with a maximum of just a couple of years of jail time.
“These two defendants were participating in an effort that could have burned (police) officers alive as a form of protest,” tweeted Jonathan Turley about the two BLM domestic terrorists.
“They will now be given sentences closer to tax fraud than terrorism.”
Right as this all happened, the DoJ went for maximum blood against the Proud Boys, calling them “rioters” who deserve to be charged “on any level” for their involvement in the events of January 6.
The illegitimate Brandon regime is an authoritarian dictatorship
The two BLM domestic terrorists threw a Molotov cocktail into a police vehicle in New York and ended up with only one count of possessing and making an explosive device, which in itself carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
“Now, however, they will be allowed to withdraw the earlier plea and instead plead guilty to conspiring to assemble the Molotov cocktail and damage the New York Police Department patrol car,” Turley explains.
“That is a nosebleed of a drop in the severity and punishment for this violent attack.”
Beyond that, one of the two attorneys was caught on video throwing a firebomb before fleeing the scene. The other supposedly had a store of firebombs in his vehicle that he was handing out to other rioters to maximize the violent impact.
The one who threw the firebomb later stated unapologetically that “the only way they hear us is through violence,” suggesting that if given the chance he would do the same thing all over again.
“That does not seem the type of the suspects who would ordinarily garner deep sympathy from prosecutors,” Turley further writes.
“Yet, the Brandon Administration walked back the charges, unraveled the earlier plea to a lesser offense, and told that court that the earlier charges would have resulted in ‘excessive sentencing’ for the attorneys. Instead, they are supporting a maximum sentence of five years with a recommendation of between 18 to 24 months imprisonment.”
Conversely, the Proud Boys have been charged with “seditious conspiracy,” which carries with it a sentence of up to 20 years in prison. One of them was not even in Washington, D.C., on the day of the “insurrection,” and yet he, too, is being pursued for maximum punishment (Related: This so-called “insurrection” was actually just an FBI false flag plot).
One Proud Boys member committed suicide after pleading guilty to a host of charges because he believed that he would not be given a fair trial by the Brandon regime. Others were tortured in prison or locked in solitary confinement.
“This is naked political persecution,” writes Chris Menahan for Information Liberation. “It can’t get any more transparent.”
“The GOP establishment should be screaming bloody murder about this vindictive political persecution, but instead they’re busy working with Democrats on new gun control proposals to disarm their own constituents.”
More related news about the Brandon regime can be found at Corruption.news.