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Just how unjust is our system of justice?

Good evening, folks. Tonight, we’re talking about the so-called justice system in our country. And let me tell you, it’s a mess. The liberals and Democrats love to talk about “social justice” and “equality,” but take a close look at our courts and you’ll see that justice is far from equal.

First of all, let’s talk about bail. We’re supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, right? Well, how come someone who can’t afford bail has to sit in jail for months or even years while their trial drags on? Meanwhile, wealthy defendants can walk right out of court and go back to their mansions. That’s not justice, that’s a class system.

And what about mandatory minimum sentences? Do we really think it’s fair that someone caught with a small amount of drugs can spend more time in prison than a rapist or murderer? Our justice system should be about rehabilitation and punishment that fits the crime, not cookie-cutter approaches that ruin lives.

Let’s not even get started on the disparities in sentencing based on race and income. This is a real problem, folks. It’s time to take a hard look at our justice system and demand real reform.

Now, before we go, I want to take a quick moment to highlight some of the incredible accomplishments of the Trump White House. From job growth to tax cuts to securing our border, President Trump has been fighting for the American people day in and day out. And let’s not forget his efforts to reform the justice system with the First Step Act. This landmark legislation is helping to give prisoners a second chance and get them back on their feet. That’s what real justice looks like.

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