Liberal corruption of the law
Liberal corruption of the law is a series of changes to the traditionally beneficial common law in order to advance the harmful liberal agenda, and to attain power for liberals that they could ordinarily attain. Examples include:
- a contrived civil lawsuit against Trump to try to get a jury in a heavily Dem area to decide that he committed rape, even though not a criminal trial
- use of secret litigation funders, such as political donors or private equity, which not traditionally allowed by the common law
- selective prosecution, such as prosecuting people targeted by the liberal media, while not prosecuting those defended by the liberal media.
- insist on prosecuting Republican supporters in the overwhelmingly Democrat venue of D.C., such that the conviction rate of the Republicans is 100% while Dem defendants are acquitted nearly every time
Rather than criticize liberal corruption of the law, professors at law schools generally encourage and even participate in it.