“Soft judges produce hardened criminals. Corrupt judges must be lawfully removed for the sake of the innocent (Article II, Section 4 US Constitution). ”
I am sure you have all heard of the slaying-stabbing death of UCLA graduate Brianna Kupfer.
Apparently, the manhunt is over for the suspect in the stabbing death of Brianna Kupfer, who was killed while working at an upscale furniture store in Los Angeles. Shawn Laval Smith was arrested after a good Samaritan recognized him from surveillance video and called police. He was apprehended at a bus stop in Pasadena, 12 miles from the crime scene. Smith has a lengthy list of arrests on both sides of the country, with at least 11 arrests in North and South Carolina and Los Angeles.
What I want you to pay particular attention to is this: Smith has a lengthy list of arrests on both sides of the country, with at least 11 arrests in North and South Carolina and Los Angeles.
Friends, do you all realize that we live in a system of indulgence, in serving bureaucracies and not justice in protecting the innocent (Matthew 15:5)?
In America, they call it the correctional institution (Isaiah 59), which is a lack thereof.
This correctional institution, as they call it, makes 64 billion dollars a year, and this off the unlawful allocation of taxpayers’ dollars that ends in something called slave labor.
This is also the same correctional institution that tells the American people “3 strikes, and you are out”. In other words, you can commit the crimes, but the third time you get caught, we are going to drop the hammer of justice down upon you (Isaiah 26:9).
Maybe the people, before giving this system of indulgence a chance to forge the chains of these groomed slaves in which justice is left off, should see that the innocent have become prey to the system that is grooming these criminals (Amos 5:7). After all, who is profiting from these crimes? It is NOT the victims.
Then again, I am speaking to a nation of people who are more sympathetic to the perpetrators than the victims (Proverbs 17:15). If it was not true, then why is this tolerated by the American people? The law is there to condemn the wicked and to justify the righteous (Deuteronomy 25:1), not the other way around.
No wonder why the people are beginning to take justice into their own hands. We have too! We, under God, are on our own when it comes to what and what will not be done with these criminals.
It has been rightly said, “When the law fails to serve us, we must serve as the law” (Isaiah 42:21).
Where did this repeat criminal come from? He was arrested 11 times and was then released and on bail only to repeat the crimes again.
Americans need the Lord’s justice, period (Deuteronomy 19:21).
One more thought, and in taking it a step further in showing you as to whom is responsible for these repeat criminals, consider the tens of thousands of criminals that were released by state governors from jail during the beginning of the “plandemic” lest they should get infected by the “invisible enemy.” It was reported this occurred while simultaneously attacking the rights of the American people and attempting to force them into their homes. Is anyone paying attention here?
Enough of my thoughts, let’s consider the lives of the innocent that have fallen into the hands of the offenders. It is a cycle that must be broken for the sake of the innocent (Isaiah 26:9).
Here is the short video highlighting the senseless murder of Brianna Kupfer.
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