Our republic was founded on the concept of rule of law. Rule of law is when the law is applied fairly and equally to all citizens. This is the opposite of arbitrary law where those in power determine how the law will be applied and who will or will not be charged and prosecuted.
A free society can only operate when that society adheres to rule of law. Tyrants and despots, dictatorships always employ arbitrary law. They will charge and prosecute political opponents with crimes and refuse to charge and prosecute their supporters. A republic must adhere to rule of law while a democracy, which is a dictatorship of the majority or those in power, will always revert to arbitrary law.
The American Left has promised the American people that they will transform the United States from a republic to a democracy and then to a Marxist totalitarian state. Implicit in this transformation is their negating rule of law and implementing arbitrary law.
That this is the policy of the Biden regime is unquestionable. Arson, looting, and attacks on police and others is against the law. The Biden DOJ, the same was true of the Obama DOJ, have not only not charged those committing the above acts, but they have encouraged this behavior and praised it as a peaceful protest.
The Biden DOJ has charged and prosecuted individuals with trespassing because they were on the grounds of the Capitol, which is not a crime, and has placed them in jail, many in solitary confinement, refusing bail, and giving no course to a speedy trial as required by the Constitution.
The Biden DOJ has dropped charges on a group of Biden supporters who not only went on Capitol grounds but broke into the building. The Biden DOJ claims that the case would be too hard to prove and so charges must be dropped.
This is rule of law vs arbitrary law. A different standard has been used based on the political affiliation of the individuals. This is a republic vs a democracy in action. This is freedom vs tyranny.
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