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So there is federal law and some local laws against protest outside of someone's home. Laws against trying to intimidate a judge. Still we have people(man I am being nice) who are protesting outside of SCOTUS judge's homes trying to intimidate them and not a thing happens to them.
So why do we have these laws? I guess it is only used in case it happens against judge's who where appointed by side of those in power at the time?Maybe its just to protect democrat appointed judges regardless who is in power. Man if traffic laws worked the same I could run TF off money saved on lawyers.LOL
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America home of free. Brought to you by 2nd amendment.
Laws are only for those who respect and abide by them.
Similar to the *HRA's rulebooks.
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Laws that are enforced (not merely for those that respect and abide by them) is what separated (past tense) America from the rest of the corrupt world. That's why people came here, it provided a level playing field for the rich and the poor, the privileged and the downtrodden. Without laws enforced across the board we are just another also ran. Laws for thee but not for me. That's why they are eliminating the middle class, that just leaves thee and me. So they're not really laws as such anymore, they're tool to be use by those in power.
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Laws about ballot harvesting as well.
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Current part of society applies double standards by rationalizing. We had a discussion other day about laws/contracts, Stormy Daniels violated contract and no media commented on broken contract. Though ultimately she had to foot bill.
Look at Dems doing whatever they want. Look at treatment of Jan 6 vs summer riots.
Double standard may lead to a civil war if they are not careful.
Is not comforting to know those who should enforce rules/laws turn a blind eye.
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