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Putin’s Rival Dies In Prison As Biden’s DOJ Pushes Forward With Trump Trials

Navalny dies in prison amind American left's call for Trump to do the the same

One of the defining characteristics of a police state is when law enforcement treats friends of the regime and its enemies according to very different standards.

Friends of a police state’s regime will get the kid glove treatment even when wrongdoing is obvious. Enemies of the regime will have the flimsiest of outrageous allegations treated as threats against the state.

There’s a reason for this. When ‘the state’ is aligned with a leader or a party, any rival to the party or its leader IS a threat to the state.

This is why Putin, like other tyrants before him, has been known to murder or imprison his rivals and critics. Remember his arrests of the activist band ‘Pussy Riot’?

Let’s review how Putin dealt with his gravest threat

Alexei Navalny, former head of a Russian anti-corruption foundation, exposed Putin’s palace worth $1.3 Billion. That massively popular YouTube video saw 93 million views within a week.

His first arrest was in 2011, for protesting Russia’s rigged elections, took him to prison for 15 days. He ran for Mayor of Moscow in 2013, and was convicted on charges of embezzlement one day after he announced his candidacy. He was given a suspended prison sentence and allowed to walk free. When he tried to challenge Putin in 2018, Russian election officials used the suspended sentence to invalidate his candidacy.

In August of 2020, on a flight out of Moscow, he was poisoned with a novichok, a Soviet-developed nerve agent. He continued his anti-corruption efforts exposing Putin’s insiders. His group filmed the viral video of Putin’s palace in 2021. He was jailed, January, 2021, continued to lead an uprising against Putin, had further charges and stricter sentences leveled against him… until new reports reveal that he eventually died in prison.

His death in prison

We have only the word of Putin’s regime to go by on any details of his death in prison reported on Friday morning.

The public is — understandably — skeptical.

Russian newspaper editor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dmitry Muratov told Reuters today the death of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny was “murder”, and said that he believed prison conditions had led to his demise.
Russia’s Investigative Committee has launched a procedural probe into the death, the Investigative Committee said.

Leonid Volkov, Navalny’s chief of staff, said that the statement from the prison service could be interpreted as a “confession” that they deliberately killed Navalny, although his team is yet to verify the information. — Guardian

Biden’s rhetoric

Joe Biden made a speech directed at Putin about ‘trust’, the rule of law and the respect of norms.

Meanwhile, in Biden’s America…

At the very same time that connected Democrats like Hillary Clinton and the Biden family keep getting kid glove treatment from law enforcement (Hunter almost had complete immunity until a judge quashed it, and key criminal charges were shelved until the clock had run out on them… we have been seeing people in Trump’s circle have the book thrown at them… and new reports show that work began with takedown operations initiated by our own CIA.

There has been evidence of cooperation, perhaps coordination, between Biden’s White House and SEVERAL of the legal cases against Trump.

There is HARD work among the Democrats to disqualify Trump, who just *happens* to be the leading opponent to the Biden re-election bid.

If you go online, you will see Dem partisans — shamelessly — voicing their earnest desire to see Trump ‘die in prison’.

What’s that old saying again?

When someone tells you who they are… believe them?

When Joe Biden points a crooked finger at Putin for the weaponization of his government against political enemies… our very simple reply even has a convenient NYPD paddywagon in the background.

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Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck