Authorities in Sweden are prosecuting a 70-year-old woman for a hate crime.

Her alleged crime? She wrote on Facebook that she saw migrants defecating in the streets and setting fire to cars.

Sweden has allowed hundreds of thousands of refugees to pour in over the last few years, quickly devolving from a bucolic Nordic paradise it into a crime-infested, rape-ridden nation. Police officers there have acknowledged that they have "no-go zones" — places filled with refugees that they can't safely enter and police. Leading feminists have moved out of urban areas to avoid misogynistic refugees.

As refugees poured into the country in 2015, the woman charged with a hate crime wrote a Facebook post that said migrants “set fire to cars, and urinate and defecate on the streets," according to FriaTider, an online magazine.

After a lengthy probe, prosecutors in Sweden decided that the post violated the nation’s law on incitement to racial hatred, FriaTider wrote. If the pensioner is found guilty, she faces four years in prison. The woman acknowledges that she posted the comments but says she did not commit a crime.

Things have gone from bad to worse in Sweden. Just last month, two migrants were given lenient sentences for horrific crimes they committed, sent to jail for less than four years for nearly beating a young man death before violently raping his female friend.

Less than 48 hours after President Trump in February brought up problems in Sweden, the migrant-populated "no go" neighborhood of Rinkeby was engulfed in violence when "several cars were set on fire, shops were looted, and others attacked after police arrested a man in the area. A group of 30 young men also attacked police who were pelted with rocks and stones and officers had to retreat to a nearby petrol station to escape the violence," Breitbart News reported.

Some U.S. websites say Sweden is not so bad, but an American journalist recently documented the moment he claims he was given a police escort to leave a predominantly migrant suburb of Stockholm after he and his camera woman were followed by masked men.

And now, authorities are prosecuting Swedish citizens — elderly women, at that — for speaking the truth.

It can only go downhill from here.