Trump's Immunity Defense

Trump Has Immunity

Ken Pealock

5/1/20247 min read

The Supreme Court recently held a lengthy hearing on immunity for crimes committed during a president's term of office. The almost three-hour hearing delved into a hypothetical instance where a president with absolute immunity might order the assassination of a political rival. 

Let's stop right there.

Why is Joe Biden immune from his crimes? It’s already been revealed that Biden’s Department of Injustice ordered the Mar-A-Lago raid to do a political assassination of President Trump.

Why hasn’t Biden been indicted for that, or for bribing Ukraine to stop the investigation of his son Hunter, or for stealing money from taxpayers to pay student loans, or for financing proxy wars in Ukraine and Israel, or for renewing the warrantless spying on Americans FISA Act, or for transporting aliens and financing their illegal entry across the border, or for other crimes too numerous to mention? A particularly egregious felony is when Biden and his handlers provided the Taliban with billions of dollars in military armaments with his hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan.

“Whoever knowingly provides material support or resources to a foreign terrorist organization, or attempts or conspires to do so, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both, and, if the death of any person results, shall be imprisoned for any term of years or for life.” 18 U.S.C. § 2339A and § 2339B.

All the Rapscallions in Congress, in federal agencies, and in courts commit crimes daily. The Supreme Court justices and federal judges have absolute immunity for their crimes. And for others, there exists prosecutorial immunity, legislative immunity, and witness immunity from crimes they commit.

Yet, the "justices" plan to rule that President Trump does not have immunity?

The fact is that about 95% of what the federal government does is without constitutional authority and the courts are complicit in upholding them. They are partners in a criminal racketeering organization. Under the RICO conspiracy statutes, each party is responsible for the actions of another even if they are unaware of another member's specific crimes. See 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961-68.

Furthermore, there is no exemption for federal officials operating under color of law: Title 18, U.S.C., sections 241 and 242 are federal civil rights statutes that make it illegal to conspire against or deprive someone of their rights. Yet the government does this every single day. 


Section 241: Makes it illegal for two or more people to conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate someone in the exercise of their rights or privileges. This includes preventing or hindering someone from exercising their rights, or intimidating someone because they exercised their rights. 

Section 242: Makes it illegal for someone acting under color of law to deprive someone of their rights, privileges, or immunities. This includes acts done under the color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom. 

The ATF, for example, is an agency specifically designed to infringe on the right to keep and bear arms. The federal government has no power whatsoever to ban any firearm or prohibit a felon from owning one. Yet, the federal government throws people in prison and commits murder to enforce these laws—to wit, Ruby Ridge, the Waco massacre, and hundreds more less-publicized murders. I authored a lengthy article about the federal government’s lack of authority over firearms in my blog at

Consider this: It took a constitutional amendment to ban alcohol. Where is the constitutional amendment to ban the possession of certain firearms, silencers, bump stocks, wrist braces, sears, or any other firearm components or accessories? And, as detrimental as they are, where is the constitutional amendment to criminalize the possession of drugs? 

But it doesn’t matter about the constitutionality of federal laws. When you go to federal court on any charge, you will quickly find out that the Bill of Rights is meaningless. For starters, the grand jury offers no protection whatsoever because the courts have ruled that prosecutors can use bribery, hearsay, and illegally seized evidence to get an indictment. Further, they can withhold favorable evidence from the grand jury, and you are not allowed to be present. 

And once you are arrested your right to bail can be denied on the pretense that you are a “threat to society” or a “flee risk.” Ask the January 6th defendants who are rotting in jail awaiting trial.  

Then, when you finally go to trial, neither the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, or 10th amendment will protect you. They are either ignored or watered down. I know because every single one was violated in persecuting me. I explained the tyrannical system we live under in the foreword to my book, They Left No Crime Uncommitted. See 

“The fundamental problem with “the State,” what we more commonly refer to as the government, federal or state, is that it has no morality or conscience. It cannot suffer punishment or be imprisoned for the thousands of “legalized” crimes committed daily under its name. What’s worse, government officials are exempt from imprisonment for enacting and enforcing the legalized crimes they inflict on the public. 

These officials have also exempted themselves from maladministration lawsuits. For example, no one in government can be sued for enacting laws which violate the Constitution, for the blatant theft of the fraudulent Social Security trust fund, for government waste, for treaties that ship American jobs overseas, for inadequately guarding the borders against illegal immigrants and terrorists, or even for bankrupting the country with giveaways and endless wars. 

Both inherently and historically, government lends itself to all manner of tyranny by men of mischief because they are unaccountable for their conduct. Of the many defects in the Constitution, the most serious one is that it does not provide for the punishment of those in government who pervert it. This glaring omission from the Constitution is so conspicuous by its absence that no rational person could possibly believe it was a mere oversight. And especially not so when the stated purpose for instituting a federal government in the first place was supposedly to protect our rights. As Juvenal, the Roman activist asked: ‘Who guards the guards?’

The Founding Fathers were fully aware that government is a dangerous servant and a fearful master, but they intended to be the master. Let’s be honest: The much ballyhooed “checks and balances” placed in the Constitution were drafted in their self-interest to preserve and enrich their own status. An elementary review of the historical records will show that many of them were rich landowners and merchants who gained high positions of power in the new government which they created and now controlled. These checks and balances were viewed with well-deserved skepticism by the states when they were being urged to ratify the Constitution. With memories of tyranny by the King of England still fresh in their minds—and with many American bodies still in fresh graves—the states demanded inclusion of a Bill of Rights. These have since been shown to be inadequate.

From the very beginning, judicial decisions with their strained interpretations have steadily eroded the Bill of Rights to the point of relegating them to a mere historical artifact. The skeletal remnants have been stripped of any real meaning, though they remain useful to politicians who occasionally pay them lip-service in support of their campaigns for public office.

Both the Bill of Rights and the promises of a “limited” federal government have fallen by the wayside as legislators continue to enact a plethora of unconstitutional laws. Today, every American lives in fear of his own government, or would if he recognized the Damocles sword hanging over each of our necks. The government’s ability to arrest anyone at any time is an essential means for holding onto absolute, ruthless power since it tends to dampen the complaints. In the Soviet Union, for instance, the KGB simply picked up anyone they didn’t like right off the streets for disposal. After pressuring you to denounce your family and friends, they would then decide what crime to charge you with. Like here. There is no defense in a police state, of course, since everybody is guilty of something, whether they did anything or not. But if you don’t confess to something, then your family will be arrested along with you. Like here.

Consider these statistics: More than 13 million people are arrested every year in the U.S.–that’s 1484 per hour–and 60,000 are indicted. More than 2.4 million people are locked up in state prisons, 102 federal prisons, 2,259 juvenile correction facilities, 3,283 local jails, 79 Indian Country jails, and the military.

With the U.S. population of about 350+ million, that means, statistically, you have a 10% chance of being arrested this year alone and a 50% chance over the next five years. You may think you have nothing to worry about because you are not a criminal. That’s where you’re wrong. According to attorney Harvey Silverglate, the average person commits three felonies a day without even knowing it. The truth is that if La Cosa Nostra had courts and prisons they would be indistinguishable from those of the lawless federal mafia. My apologies to the mafia...they don’t destroy lives for the fun of it.”

In conclusion, Trump’s immunity defense is this: if the president doesn’t have immunity, then neither do any of the federal officials for the uncountable crimes they commit.

It has always been a joke that the words “Equal Justice Under Law” are carved above the entrance to the Supreme Court building. But now the Supreme Court “justices” must craft a ruling on Trump’s lack of immunity while maintaining their own immunity from crimes.

They hope a plethora of word-parsing and precedent scraping will fool the enslaved masses once again.

The persecution of Trump is not an aberration. It is just more public.

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