Your piece is extremely slanted. Sometimes, the wheels of justice are slow for those who do wrong. While some folks get away with their isms, carrying them to their graves, the gods allow some folks to reap what they’ve sown before they close their eyes.

Why is it that some deserve justice and second chances (i.e. White politicians, rich Whites, and White White collar criminals) while others (Blacks, people of color, the poor) don’t get the same day in court. And even when they do, people like Kavanaugh and Fairstein make sure the scales tip in their favor. Sometimes the little guy wins. Sometimes. And sometimes, people get what they deserve for screwing up (and over) other people’s lives intentionally.

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