Amid massive crime waves sweeping Democrat-run cities in America, while time and resources are being focused on myriad investigations into him, former President Donald Trump is vowing to "fire the radical Marxist prosecutors destroying America."
"There is no more dire threat to the American way of life than the corruption and weaponization of our justice system — and it’s happening all around us," Trump begins in his latest 3-minute "Agenda 47" campaign policies video posted to social media. "If we cannot restore the fair and impartial rule of law, we will not be a free country.
"As president, it will be my personal mission to restore the scales of justice in America. We will have fairness and equality under the law."
Trump and like-minded conservatives have denounced the funding tied to liberal activist billionaire George Soros in an agenda for criminal justice reform that is denounced as soft on crime. Trump’s policy video vows to root out the liberal activist agenda and potential corruption if elected as the 47th U.S. president.
"To that end, I will appoint U.S. Attorneys who will be the polar opposite of the Soros District Attorneys and others that are being appointed throughout the United States," he continued. "Very unfair to our population. Very unfair to our country.
"They will be the 100 most ferocious legal warriors against crime and communist corruption that this country has ever seen.
"As we completely overhaul the federal Department of Justice and FBI, we will also launch sweeping civil rights investigations into Marxist local District Attorneys. And that’s what we have — they are Marxist in many cases."
Marxist ideology in criminal justice is related to critical race theory and a rebuke of capitalism.
"The Marxist critique of criminal justice does lead to moral condemnation," a 1987 DOJ abstract reads. "Capitalist criminal justice wrongly punishes people because their acts are caused by socially conditioned antagonism to their fellows in conjunction with limited and unstable opportunities to satisfy their needs and desires."
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