Telling the truth is rapidly becoming a punishable offense in the United States as juries increasingly rule against the truth-tellers, and in favor of the lie-tellers.
One of the more recent examples of this was the case of Planned Parenthood versus the Center for Medical Progress (CMP), which resulted in the nation’s largest abortion provider being awarded $2 million in damages after CMP exposed Planned Parenthood employees admitting on camera to illegally selling aborted baby body parts for cash.
Planned Parenthood claims that CMP “broke the law” by filming these abortionists undercover, when in fact it was Planned Parenthood that continues to break the law by selling aborted baby body parts on the black market without consequence.
In essence, CMP acted as a type of whistleblower against Planned Parenthood, effectively bringing to light federal crimes committed by Planned Parenthood under the cover of darkness.
But the jury in the case, which was based out of San Francisco, disagreed. In its decision, the jury ruled that CMP engaged in “fraud, trespassing, and illegal secret recording,” and ordered this pro-life group to fork over $2 million to Planned Parenthood.
“This lawsuit is payback for David Daleiden exposing Planned Parenthood’s dirty business of buying and selling fetal parts and organs,” stated Peter Breen, the head defense attorney at the Thomas More Society.
“We intend to seek vindication for David on appeal. His investigation into criminal activity by America’s largest abortion provider utilized standard investigative journalism techniques, those applied regularly by news outlets across the country,” he added.
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A similar situation occurred against Roger Stone, who was recently convicted on all seven counts of lying to the federal government about information shared to Wikileaks that indicted many Democrats for high crimes and misdemeanors.
For “the non-crime of misremembering something while talking to federal prosecutors,” to quote Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, Stone will now serve a life term in prison. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and many other actual criminals continue to roam free.
This is the new face of “justice” in America in 2019. If you’re someone who tries to blow the whistle and tell the truth about criminal activity, you could end up being fined, imprisoned, or otherwise punished as if you were the criminal. But if you’re a Democrat who lies all day long and commits treason, then you’re given accolades and, in the case of Hillary Clinton, even the option to run a third time for the presidency.
“… real crimes are exactly what the deep state spy machine committed against President Trump and his allies as an effort to carry out a coordinated political coup against the United States of America,” warns Adams about the double standard that exists between the “right” and the “left.”
“Yet to this day, not a single treasonous criminal has been arrested or indicted.”
We truly have reached what Adams describes as the “tipping point of tyranny,” where committing actual crimes means you get to roam free, live lavishly, sell books, get paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to speak at colleges and universities, and so much more. But if you try to expose the people who are committing these crimes and getting away with them, then you become the criminal.
It makes no sense, but this is how “justice” works in today’s America. Up is down; left is right; evil is good; backwards is forwards, etc. In other words, justice is dead, and Americans as a whole seem too busy and distracted to care, sadly.
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