Opinion: DOJ Vs Trump

Racial Immunity From Law Can’t Stop Being The Law

The DOJ are attempting the impossible

Lucy M.
3 min readSep 28, 2022

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It was inevitable that we would one day find ourselves at a moment like this, where white immunity from the law threatens the very foundations of this country.

Remember when close to 10,000 white supremacists attacked the US capital on January 6 and only one capitol hill police officer decided to use the necessary amount of force to defend members of congress?

It’s unfortunate how long our criminal justice system has been able to pick and choose when, where, and to who the law applies based on race.

Our criminal justice system created a corrupt system of racial immunity that they’re finding difficult to revoke, even now when the country’s fate depends on it.

They created a category of people to whom the law didn’t apply under any circumstances.

See it’s adorable when police officers let suburbanites get away with a DUI, but it stops being so when another attempts to unravel the foundations of the country and overthrow the government itself.

The custodians of our criminal justice system are learning that racial immunity from the law can’t stop being the law just because they’re desperate and need it to stop.

It’s almost too late.

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What a difference a year makes.

It’s getting harder and harder to find anyone who’s backing the badge these days.

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It’s only been a few months since the right engaged in the ultimate orgy of performative extremism to reject the George Floyd police accountability act.

Our law enforcement loved it when the right backed any lame excuse they came up with for murdering black people with impunity.

The FBI thought they were immune from white supremacists and had been playing the last bastion for them. They’d said there was nothing they could do about white supremacist cops murdering black…

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Lucy M.

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