Pantsuit media outlets today are trivializing the reality of rape in the US prison system to win a petty political point (archived). Former Trump Attorney Jay Goldberg in a CNN interview made an accurate assessment of a major driving factor in the number of pleas produced by the Pantsuit injustice system:
I do think so. I think in many ways, and it’s difficult to say this, prison has a racial overtone. And a person like Michael doesn’t see himself walking down Broadway while people are clamoring, ‘you’re going to be my wife.’ And so he’s under pressure from his family to try to figure out what it would take to bring the government aboard as his sponsor.
For all the Pantsuit concern about imagined sexual violence, black supremacist and racially motivated sexual slavery of white and jewish men is the reality of the US prison system (archived), and it is a substantial form of inhuman leverage used by Pantsuit prosecutors pursing extrajudicial "admissions" of guilt.