Prayer Gets Jail Time, Alleged Cop Beaters Walk Free

The ironies of the current U.S. justice system and how it has been weaponized against conservatives are on full display. Two distinct cases prove how the scales are tilted against upstanding U.S. citizens.

In Nashville on Tuesday, six pro-life advocates were convicted for praying and demonstrating outside of an abortion clinic. Sentencing is set for July and the six could get over 10 years in prison and fines up to $260,000.

Last Saturday, a pair of New York Police Department officers asked a gathering of illegal migrants to disperse from a location near Times Square where they were being disruptive. One of the asylum seekers resisted and an arrest was attempted.

As could be expected, a violent encounter broke out.

The mob descended on the two overwhelmed officers, They were pummeled to the sidewalk where they were punched and kicked in the head.

For physically attacking police officers and forcing them on the ground, four illegals were arrested shortly after the vicious encounter. A fifth was taken into custody on Monday.

All were released without bail and are freely roaming the streets of New York City. Likely they are staying in a shelter and being supported by the good taxpayers of the city and state.

Meanwhile, six peaceful demonstrators face over a decade in prison for praying and holding a rescue vigil outside of a facility that ended the lives of unborn children. Ironically, that establishment was forced to stop aborting babies by Tennessee law after Roe v. Wade was overturned in 2022.

The half dozen were accused of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act.

A former rescuer, Caroline Davis, reportedly turned against the pro-life group when she faced federal indictment. She reached a plea deal with prosecutors in exchange for testimony against the Christian activists.

And at present, the five who allegedly viciously attacked two police officers in an act caught on tape are free to move on with their lives.

Law enforcement officials are understandably outraged by the obvious miscarriage of justice, but that’s the current judicial system.

It crashes down on conservatives while failing to protect those charged with protecting law-abiding citizens. Is it any wonder the country seems upside down?