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If Trump Can Be Indicted For ‘Inciting’ Crimes, Biden Should Be In Jail For His Role In Laken Riley’s Murder

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Former President Donald Trump will stand trial in an election year for ostensibly causing other people to commit crimes. President Joe Biden will escape charges based on the conduct of other people he encouraged because Biden is the ruling incumbent and also a Democrat.

A Venezuelan immigrant allegedly murdered 22-year-old nursing student Laken Hope Riley while she was out jogging by the lake at the University of Georgia.

Authorities arrested 26-year-old Jose Antonio Ibarra and charged him with felonies related to the murder over the weekend. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed to Fox News on Sunday that Ibarra entered the United States illegally and was previously arrested in New York.

“In a statement to Fox News Digital, ICE confirmed he had been encountered by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on Sept. 8, 2022, after entering near El Paso and was “paroled and released for further processing,” the network reported. “ICE also confirmed that Ibarra had been arrested by the New York Police Department a year later, on Sept. 14, 2023, and ‘charged with acting in a manner to injure a child less than 17 and a motor vehicle license violation.'”

Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) secretary was impeached earlier this month for the administration’s efforts to encourage an overwhelming surge in migration. The prioritization of alternatives to parole was a primary motive among House Republicans to charge the DHS secretary for violating the law. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was impeached for “Willful and Systemic Refusal to Comply With the Law” in addition to “Breach of the Public Trust.” In other words, Biden’s initiatives aimed at undermining the nation’s border security not only allowed migrants such as Ibarra to enter and remain in the U.S. illegally, but the initiatives themselves are illegal.

Of course, the House of Representatives isn’t a courtroom. But the lower chamber does determine what is impeachable, and in 2021, it was House Democrats who voted to convict Trump over the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. If Trump is culpable for the surge on the Capitol in the final days of his administration, then Biden is responsible for the crimes committed by migrants flooding the southern border. And they’re committing a lot of crime.

A report from the Department of Justice (DOJ) in 2021 found 64 percent of federal arrests in 2018 involved non-U.S. citizens, when this group only accounted for 7 percent of the total population, according to the Heritage Foundation.

Meanwhile, as migrants such as Ibarra enter the U.S. from Venezuela, the South American nation is witnessing a drop in violent crime. Venezuela has seen violent deaths fall to a 22-year low. In other words, Venezuela is sending its criminals north to U.S. borders.

Trump, of course, won’t even get a fair trial in Washington, D.C. In the three years since the Capitol riot, district residents have been bombarded with press coverage depicting the riot as the worst-ever assault on American democracy. The hyperbolic reaction to the Capitol demonstrations has ingrained Jan. 6th into the psyche of the far-left District as a tragedy on par with 9/11, and that means jurors are eager to make the assailants pay.

Two years after acquittal in the Senate, Trump became a two-time Capitol riot defendant when federal prosecutors indicted the former president with four charges related to the demonstrations. Two of the four charges may be thrown out pending a Supreme Court ruling on the Justice Department’s abuse of a federal statute for “obstruction of an official proceeding.”

The judge proceeding over Trump’s Jan. 6 trial is none other than Tanya Chutkan, whom the Associated Press described as having built a reputation as “a tough punisher of Capitol rioters.”

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“Other judges typically have handed down sentences that are more lenient than those requested by prosecutors,” the AP reported. “Chutkan, however, has matched or exceeded prosecutors’ recommendations in 19 of her 38 sentences. In four of those cases, prosecutors weren’t seeking any jail time at all.”

Meanwhile, a poll last summer found an overwhelming majority of D.C. residents eager to convict Trump. An Emerson College survey found that 64 percent favor conviction over 8 percent who said they would find the former president innocent. Twenty-eight percent were unsure.


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