Biden’s Totalitarian Tactics

The legal persecution of political opponents is anathema to the principles of a just and fair rule of law that America was based on. Despite this, dictator-style silence of dissent is exactly what we see coming out of the Biden administration nearly every day. 

Julian Assange’s Wikileaks leak helped discredit Hillary Clinton during her campaign for president, and was considered to be a reason she lost to Trump. Assange has been a target for a political prosecution ever since, and globalists have persuaded the UK Home Secretary Priti Patel to approve the 2022 extradition to the U.S. 

Biden’s Secretary of Homeland Security, the impeached Alejandro Mayorkas, had personally prevented Biden’s political rival, RFK Jr., from receiving customary Secret Service protection despite multiple criminal intrusions of his home and an armed thug pretending to be a U.S. Marshal showing up at an RFK Jr. campaign event. Yet anti-Trumpers remained silent about this mistreatment by Biden of his rival. 

This is an issue that the GOP-majority House could hold a vote on, and enact a resolution calling on Biden to provide Secret Service protection for his political rivals. RFK Jr. is polling at 7% nationwide which is more than enough to justify providing him with the same protection that presidential candidates have typically received in prior elections. 

Another example of legal persecution of a political opponent is what’s happening in New York State, where a judgment of $355 million plus interest was entered against Donald Trump and his family. Northwestern law professor Steven Calabresi called this “a travesty and an unjust political act rivaled only in American politics by the killing of former Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton by Vice President Aaron Burr.”

The attacks on Trump, Assange, RFK Jr., and even on the January 6 protestors show that the Biden administration has turned the United States into a nation that targets its political opponents with persecution and lawfare.

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