Perception is everything and according to a National Issues Survey of eligible voters in 2022 by the Trafalgar Group, nearly 80% of Americans (79.3%) believe that America has a two-tiered justice system, The Daily Wire reports.
In other words, the majority of Americans, believe the justice system is politically corrupted and has a different set of rules for those with political connections, compared to the average US citizen.
The poll found that the majority of people in both the Democrat and Republican parties held this opinion. However, the percentage of Democrats who believed this (66.7%) was significantly lower than the percentage of Republicans (87.8%) who felt the same. This discrepancy suggests that some believe the justice system prefers one set of political views over the other.
Meanwhile, 77.2% of independents also believed there was a two-tiered justice system.
READ: Nearly 8 In 10 Americans Believe U.S. Has A Two-Tiered Justice System: Survey
15 ‘You shall do no injustice in judgment; you shall not be partial to the poor nor defer to the great, but you are to judge your neighbor fairly. (Leviticus 19:15 NASV)
What is ‘social’ justice?
There is a popular term being bandied about by the political left, that talks of ‘social justice.’ I did a podcast on it a while back: