In Sup­port of a Young Amer­i­ca First Scape­goat, by Michelle Malkin

In Support of a Young America First Scapegoat, by Michelle Malkin

Next week, a young col­lege stu­dent will face a fed­er­al judge in Wash­ing­ton, D.C., at a sen­tenc­ing hear­ing over his non­vi­o­lent par­tic­i­pa­tion in the Jan. 6 Capi­tol ral­ly. UCLA under­grad Chris­t­ian Sec­or was arrest­ed last Feb­ru­ary and spent more than a month in soli­tary con­fine­ment. Think about that.
Unlike the week­ly parade of repeat vio­lent crim­i­nal rapists, rob­bers, pedophiles and mur­der­ers across the coun­try with mas­sive rap sheets who enjoy a no-bail revolv­ing door, Chris­t­ian had nev­er, ever been in trou­ble with the law before his arrest.
The un-Amer­i­can Depart­ment of Injus­tice has made life hell for hun­dreds of peace­ful Trump ral­ly par­tic­i­pants — lock­ing them up, throw­ing away the key, harass­ing their fam­i­lies, with­hold­ing evi­dence and oblit­er­at­ing their con­sti­tu­tion­al rights to sti­fle dis­sent, pun­ish the Democ­rats’ polit­i­cal ene­mies and weaponize J6 till king­dom come. Don’t take my word for it. A D.C. mag­is­trate over­see­ing some of the cas­es, Zia Faruqui, decried the gar­gan­tu­an pros­e­cu­tions of near­ly 900 defen­dants, includ­ing at least two Ameri …