The so-called “justice system” is working around the clock to bring down not just President Trump, but also any “MAGA Republicans,” as Joe Biden routinely refers to his supporters.
In what appears to be a concerted effort to silence the opposition to the Democrat’s agenda, America’s legal institutions have been weaponized to silence citizens and instill fear by convicting and imprisoning anyone who dares to exercise their First Amendment rights or does anything the left deems inappropriate.
Just one day after former president Donald Trump was indicted on flimsy charges related to alleged “hush money” paid to former “porn star” Stormy Daniels, Biden’s Department of Justice convicted a so-called “far-right” social media influencer for posting memes about former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Douglass Mackey, alias “Ricky Vaughn,” was found guilty of Conspiracy Against Rights for his involvement in a “disinformation campaign” by a Brooklyn federal jury. During the 2016 election, Mackey was notorious for creating memes criticizing Democrats. His conviction was the result of a one-week trial that did not take place in his native state, where the alleged crime was committed.
Mackey, 33, of West Palm Beach, Florida, gained over 58,000 followers on Twitter during that election year. In 2016, the MIT Media Lab ranked him as the 107th most influential person in the forthcoming presidential election.
According to Politico, Mackey defined himself as a “American nationalist” who frequently retweeted Trump’s tweets and supported conspiracy theories on Democratic voting fraud. His first arrest occurred in January 2021, and he will be punished on August 16, 2021. 2023. He might face up to ten years in jail.
Andrew Frisch, his attorney, stated in an email that the 2nd U.S. The Manhattan Circuit Court of Appeals will have many grounds to overturn the conviction, according to a report by Politico.
“We are optimistic about our chances on appeal,” Frisch said.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“Mackey has been found guilty by a jury of his peers of attempting to deprive individuals from exercising their sacred right to vote for the candidate of their choice in the 2016 Presidential Election,” Attorney Peace claimed. CONTINUE READING…