Entitlement: the fall of American justice

By Nick Servi, The Circuit

In recent years, there has been a disease corrupting the justice system in the United States.

That plague is called entitlement. The gist is that, when it comes to justice, not everyone in the United States is created equal.

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Nick Servi is a senior from Farmington, Missouri, majoring in Journalism. He can be reached via e-mail at serv1737@ravens.benedictine.edu.

In short, the “Entitles” think they can get away with crimes if they hold a high status. This includes public figures and excludes normal, everyday American citizens.

Democratic Presidential Nominee Hilary Clinton is one of those people.

In July 2016, the Justice Department under Attorney General Loretta Lynch and FBI Director James Comey shut down the investigation into Clinton’s email scandal.

Clinton had used a private email server to hold classified material while she was serving as Secretary of State.

Her actions resulted in an attempted cover-up of the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that caused the deaths of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.

The events of that fateful day are portrayed in the historically accurate film “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (2016),” from Paramount Pictures.

What’s worse is that Clinton has manipulated half of America into thinking she’s a saint. The other half know full-well that she’s a traitor.

It’s clear Clinton cares nothing about protecting Americans and our nation’s security.

Yet, that’s not enough to sway Lynch or Comey to seek justice by bringing charges against the Clinton regime. Clearly, they aren’t interested in what’s best for the United States.

No wonder people don’t trust the government.

Nick Servi is a senior from Farmington, Missouri, majoring in Journalism. He can be reached via e-mail at serv1737@ravens.benedictine.edu.