There are two varieties of Trump Derangement Syndrome on display -- both of them inspired by the idea that he is an anomaly. One leads to riots over Trump's exercise of the deadly powers of his office; the other celebrates it.
Rather than protecting the public, government law enforcement agencies frequently exacerbate the danger to persons and property. When they intervene, the best we can expect is neglectful incompetence -- and even worse outcomes involving potentially fatal abuse are very likely.
Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin abducted a citizen who gave him a dirty look; after the victim filed a complaint, Clarke threatened to beat him, and told him to be grateful he wasn't summarily executed for his "offense."
"Blue Privilege" defined: Repo agent Kenneth Lee Drew pursued a woman in a stolen car, and is now heading for prison because she killed herself in a wreck. If he had been a police officer, he would have received a commendation.
Debtor's prisons are illegal. They are also ubiquitous in the American Soyuz.
Michael Whiteley is in prison because Silvia Candio, the "Black Widow of Bonneville County," claimed he kidnapped and raped her. The legal record proves otherwise. The leading expert on DEA undercover operations, Michael Levine, says the evidence suggests that Canido is a "sociopath" and professional informant.
Michael Whitely didn't kidnap or rape Sylvia Canido (pictured above). According to her, he was framed for that crime after she was raped -- and impregnated -- by an Idaho Falls Police officer. Now in his late sixties and in very poor health, Whiteley will die in prison, barring something akin to a judicial miracle.
Municipal code enforcement is everyday Communism.The whole point of Communism, according to the Manifesto explaining it, is "the abolition of private property." If the state can fine or imprison you for the way you use "your" property, do you really own it?
Philando Castile was killed without cause by a police officer who has been indicted -- but not for murder -- because Castile's life is not considered as valuable as that of the officer who killed him. "Blue Lives" matter just a little more than the rest, owing to a legal framework that is designed to redistribute the risks in police encounters from the officer to the citizen.
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