Our justice system is broken

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We live in a broken system, in the justice system and in Congress. Our vote counts into fixing justice and making laws that protect the mentally ill, the elderly and the innocent in a world of racist courts.

Justice is blind. Our Constitution was written for all mankind with justice for all. Guess one forgot to read the small print. Nobody is above the law. Itís time for change to stop racism. Weíre into the future, not the past.

There have been so many shootings. Concerning our gun laws, Trump states that itís due to mental illness when the true issue is racism that he brought into the world since the 2016 election. He attacked one race, the Mexican race. The American people havenít been told the truth. Other immigrants who rape and murder have been let go because their ethics were judged by the color of their skin.

Linda Toscano

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