KKK Justice: How Trump Got Away With Murder

You can bet that every one of the jurors believed wholeheartedly that Trump was guilty as charged. The verdict preceded the trial: innocent even if proven guilty

Bradley Burston
Bradley Burston
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Bradley Burston
Bradley Burston

Maybe you know it from the chills up your spine. Or maybe you feel it keeping you up at night, somewhere in your genetic memory, when a mob of livid white people erect a gallows and hunt down the victims they have marked for a grisly killing.

Or maybe you know it from the defendant on trial: rich, white, racist as he is corrupt; a burly, vicious sheriff, maybe, or a venomously hateful, Confederacy-sympathizing governor. Or a man who, until a few weeks ago, was the 45th president of the United States.

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