Monday, May 20, 2024
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An American Kangaroo Court



Justice is dead in America.

The past three years have proved that. From the unprecedented indictments of President Trump to the continued persecution of the January 6th protestors, the American Regime is cracking down on anyone posing as a legitimate threat to the power of our corrupt ruling class.

As I pointed out earlier this year, the American justice system operates under a two-tiered system. The Leftist judicial activists “throw the book” at American patriots under false pretenses while Leftist DAs routinely drop the charges for Antifa and BLM rioters. President Trump gets indicted for questioning the results of a suspect election while Hillary Clinton still claims that the 2016 election was stolen. The list could go on and on here.

One of the hallmarks of this two-tiered justice system is known as a “kangaroo court”.

What is a “Kangaroo court”? According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, a “kangaroo court” is defined as “a mock court in which the principles of law and justice are disregarded or perverted”. In a “kangaroo court”, the judge/court has already made up it’s mind to convict the defendant before even seeing the evidence. In today’s article, I wanted to point out a recent example of a “kangaroo court”.

This past week, former Minneapolis police officer Tou Thao was sentenced to nearly 5 years in prison. He was one of police officers charged in the death of the serial-criminal, drug addict George Floyd in May 2020.

However, Thao did not take any part in restraining Floyd. Instead, he acted as a buffer between the police offers restraining Floyd and bystanders. For reference, Thao received a longer jail sentence than two of the officers who restrained Floyd (the exception being Derek Chauvin who received a 20+ year sentence).

Thao’s response to his conviction went viral on Twitter (a.k.a. X) as it revealed the corrupt nature of America’s current legal system:

Listen again to Thao’s exchange with the judge:

-Tou Thao: “I did not commit these crimes. My conscience is clear. I will not be a Judas nor join a mob in self-preservation or betray my God… Anything I can pray for, you know where to find me. Thank you, judge. God Bless you.”

-Judge Peter Cahill: “After three years of reflection, I expected more remorse, regret … less preaching.”

In the end, Judge Cahill gave Thao a sentence near the maximum range for his conviction. The result: a 57 month prison sentence. This poor excuse of a judge sentenced this innocent man to years in prison. What a disturbing, biased decision. Weak men like Judge Cahill are why our country is steeped in decline.

Thao’s genuine response was that of a man persecuted by an illegitimate, corrupt Regime. Let us all keep Mr. Thao and his family in our prayers at this time. May Christ bless Mr. Thao with peace and comfort in this trying situation.

In closing, let Thao’s situation remind us why we need to win. America First patriots need to gain positions of power and influence in society. We must gain control of the government and of the legal system so that we can punish evil and reward the good.

It sad a day to know that “Kangaroo courts” are alive and well in America.