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trump is setting us up for a pardon of convicted felon roger stone. big bill barr made a huge deal about the sentence recommendation despite the fact that the judge is under no obligation to adhere to it. next trump weighed in and expressed how unfair it is that the  crook who lied under oath to protect trump from accountability, will have to pay a price for his felonious protection of his master.

then he pardons other white collar convicts to ease the transition. 

we already have the base selling out the perjury laws and so the stage is set, he will pardon stone and the usual trolls will be pumping the unfairness of stone being held accountable for his most serious felonies.

then they will trot out  some fake Christian pastor who will pronounce stones pardon as a sign from god almighty himself.

I enjoy watching him play the suckers who lap it up as if he respects their stupidity.

I do not enjoy him using the ignoratti for furthering his personal ambitions.

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1 minute ago, harryramar said:

trump is setting us up for a pardon of convicted felon roger stone. big bill barr made a huge deal about the sentence recommendation despite the fact that the judge is under no obligation to adhere to it. next trump weighed in and expressed how unfair it is that the  crook who lied under oath to protect trump from accountability, will have to pay a price for his felonious protection of his master.

then he pardons other white collar convicts to ease the transition. 

we already have the base selling out the perjury laws and so the stage is set, he will pardon stone and the usual trolls will be pumping the unfairness of stone being held accountable for his most serious felonies.

then they will trot out  some fake Christian pastor who will pronounce stones pardon as a sign from god almighty himself.

I enjoy watching him play the suckers who lap it up as if he respects their stupidity.

I do not enjoy him using the ignoratti for furthering his personal ambitions.

I think you are right. Trump can pardon him but it doesn't change the fact that he was guilty and always will be

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7 minutes ago, harryramar said:

trump is setting us up for a pardon of convicted felon roger stone. big bill barr made a huge deal about the sentence recommendation despite the fact that the judge is under no obligation to adhere to it. next trump weighed in and expressed how unfair it is that the  crook who lied under oath to protect trump from accountability, will have to pay a price for his felonious protection of his master.

then he pardons other white collar convicts to ease the transition. 

we already have the base selling out the perjury laws and so the stage is set, he will pardon stone and the usual trolls will be pumping the unfairness of stone being held accountable for his most serious felonies.

then they will trot out  some fake Christian pastor who will pronounce stones pardon as a sign from god almighty himself.

I enjoy watching him play the suckers who lap it up as if he respects their stupidity.

I do not enjoy him using the ignoratti for furthering his personal ambitions.

 

Sentencing is Thursday for Stone. But it could be a suspended sentence.

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4 minutes ago, Arris said:

I think you are right. Trump can pardon him but it doesn't change the fact that he was guilty and always will be

and the burp in your face arrogance of trump pardoning

 the clown who lied to protect him will 

 take a toll. we are really weary of this guys bullcrap. 

 

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9 hours ago, Arris said:

Trump can pardon him but it doesn't change the fact that he was guilty and always will be

 

Same with the offenders BHO did with BUT hateful harry, the ultraliberal agenda driven media and their pet parrot bloggers don't seem to care about that.

 

BHO pardoned a US traitor who was responsible for numerous American Soldiers deaths all because the hack was sexually confused with himself.

 

By the end of his second and final term on January 20, 2017, United States President Barack Obama had exercised his constitutional power to grant the executive clemency—that is, "pardon, commutation of sentence, remission of fine or restitution, and reprieve"—to 1,927 individuals convicted of federal crimes.

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9 hours ago, harryramar said:

trump is setting us up for a pardon of convicted felon roger stone. big bill barr made a huge deal about the sentence recommendation despite the fact that the judge is under no obligation to adhere to it. next trump weighed in and expressed how unfair it is that the  crook who lied under oath to protect trump from accountability, will have to pay a price for his felonious protection of his master.

then he pardons other white collar convicts to ease the transition. 

we already have the base selling out the perjury laws and so the stage is set, he will pardon stone and the usual trolls will be pumping the unfairness of stone being held accountable for his most serious felonies.

then they will trot out  some fake Christian pastor who will pronounce stones pardon as a sign from god almighty himself.

I enjoy watching him play the suckers who lap it up as if he respects their stupidity.

I do not enjoy him using the ignoratti for furthering his personal ambitions.

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9 hours ago, Arris said:

I think you are right. Trump can pardon him but it doesn't change the fact that he was guilty and always will be

 

9 hours ago, leftwinger said:

 

Sentencing is Thursday for Stone. But it could be a suspended sentence.

 

9 hours ago, harryramar said:

and the burp in your face arrogance of trump pardoning

 the clown who lied to protect him will 

 take a toll. we are really weary of this guys bullcrap. 

 

 

9 hours ago, harryramar said:

stone put the judges face on a target and showed great disrespect to the judge and her authority.

he is an arrogant piece of flotsam .

 

9 hours ago, leftwinger said:

 

Trump loves his gang of felons.

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13 hours ago, harryramar said:

trump is setting us up for a pardon of convicted felon roger stone. big bill barr made a huge deal about the sentence recommendation despite the fact that the judge is under no obligation to adhere to it. next trump weighed in and expressed how unfair it is that the  crook who lied under oath to protect trump from accountability, will have to pay a price for his felonious protection of his master.

then he pardons other white collar convicts to ease the transition. 

we already have the base selling out the perjury laws and so the stage is set, he will pardon stone and the usual trolls will be pumping the unfairness of stone being held accountable for his most serious felonies.

then they will trot out  some fake Christian pastor who will pronounce stones pardon as a sign from god almighty himself.

I enjoy watching him play the suckers who lap it up as if he respects their stupidity.

I do not enjoy him using the ignoratti for furthering his personal ambitions.

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The little greasy hairball hasn't figured out that HE is the one being played for the moonbatty idiot he is. I hope like hell that Trump pardons Stone. Stone did not get a proper hearing. B!tch judge Jackson's(appointed by his oliness) Soviet style hearing prevented Stone from mounting an effective defense, a nasty crew of deep state swamp rat prosecutors, and a carefully stacked anti-Trump all dim-0-crap DC jury had him convicted before the case ever started.

An intensive two-year multi-million dollar investigation into Stone by Special Counsel Robert Mueller which began in 2017 turned up no evidence of Russian Collusion, no collaboration with Wikileaks, and no evidence that Stone had advance notice of the source or content of any of the Wikileaks disclosures, including the e-mails of John Podesta before their release, so Robert Mueller indicted Stone for "lying to Congress." (BTW, when do we get to indict Congress for lying to us every day?)

And then his jack-booted, over the top, paramilitary raid in which 29 SWAT uniformed FBI agents stormed the 67-year-old Trump advisor’s Fort Lauderdale home, arriving in 17 armored vehicles and utilizing a K-9 unit, a helicopter over-head and two amphibious units on the canal behind Stone’s home to arrest him. 

And of course judge b!tch Jackson prevented Stone's attorneys from questionaing the FBI fascist tactics during the farce of a trial.

All of the various warrants were obtained under the false pretense  probable cause of money laundering of foreign money in campaign contributions, mail fraud, wire fraud, and various cyber-crimes including unauthorized access to a computer server. In fact, prosecutors had no such evidence other than Stone’s Twitter feed. Every one of Stone’s tweets were based on publicly available information. The search warrants found no evidence of any of these crimes and Stone was ultimately charged with lying to Congress and one count of witness tampering. Stone was indicted for lying to Congress despite the failure of Mueller to find any underlying crime for Stone to lie about.

 

I hope like hell that Trump does pardon Stone!

 

February 19, 2020

President Trump’s list of pardons and grants of clemency make a lot of sense

On Tuesday, the White House named the individuals whom President Trump pardoned or to whom he had granted clemency. People on both sides of the aisle were confused by the list but they shouldn’t have been. Trump was making a point about government overreach in prosecutions, as well as reminding people about his First Step Act, which brings reformed (mostly minority) prisoners home.

Here’s a short rundown of the pardons and clemency grants.

Pardons

Eddie DeBartolo, Jr., former owner of the San Francisco 49ers, who was “convicted for failing to report a felony regarding payment demanded for a riverboat casino license,” resulting in 2 years’ probation.

Michael Milken, a brilliant financier whose innovations made capital available to people who ordinarily would never have benefitted from it.

In 1989, at the height of his finance career, Mr. Milken was charged in an indictment alleging that some of his innovative financing mechanisms were in fact criminal schemes.  The charges filed against Mr. Milken were truly novel.  In fact, one of the lead prosecutors later admitted that Mr. Milken had been charged with numerous technical offenses and regulatory violations that had never before been charged as crimes.  Though he initially vowed to fight the charges, Mr. Milken ultimately pled guilty in exchange for prosecutors dropping criminal charges against his younger brother.  As a result, Mr. Milken served 2 years in prison in the early 1990s.

Ariel Friedler, an entrepreneur who built a successful technology company and who “pled guilty to conspiracy to access a protected computer without authorization and served 2 months in prison.”

Bernard Kerik, the Commission of the New York Police Department during its response to the 9/11 attack. “In 2010, Mr. Kerik was sentenced to 4 years’ imprisonment for tax fraud and for making false statements.”

Paul Pogue, the owner of a successful construction company:

An audit by the Internal Revenue Service discovered that Mr. Pogue had underpaid his taxes over a 3-year period by approximately 10 percent.  Immediately upon learning of the tax deficiency, Mr. Pogue paid restitution, interest, and penalties.  To avoid the cost and burden of fighting the charges, which could have put at risk the jobs of the 150 people employed by his company, Mr. Pogue agreed to plead guilty and was sentenced to 3 years of probation. 

David Safavian, who was “convicted of making false statements and of obstructing an investigation into a trip he took while he was a senior government official.”

Angela Stanton, an African-American woman and Trump supporter who, following a challenging childhood, was part of a stolen vehicle ring, which earned her six months of house arrest.

Commuted sentences

Rod Blagojevich, a model prisoner who was 9 years into a 14-year sentence for a variety of political corruption charges.

Tynice Nichole Hall, a model prisoner who served “served nearly 14 years of an 18-year sentence for allowing her apartment to be used to distribute drugs.”

Crystal Munoz, a model prison who “spent the past 12 years in prison as a result of a conviction for having played a small role in a marijuana smuggling ring.”

Judith Negron, a model prisoner and “a 48-year-old wife and mother who was sentenced to 35 years in prison for her role as a minority-owner of a healthcare company engaged in a scheme to defraud the Federal Government.”

What’s the thread tying all of these pardons and commutations together? In fact, there are a few threads and they’re all important.

DeBartolo, Milken, Kerik, Pogue, and Safavian all fell into federal traps. Each was entangled in the federal justice system because the government went after them for violating rules that relate solely to the government itself. Their situations parallel what happened to Trump associates caught in Mueller’s net.

In Milken’s case, he gave up fighting an esoteric allegation only because prosecutors threatened his brother -- which mirrors the way Mueller's team threatened Mike Flynn’s son.

Trump reminds us that the government writes the laws and regulations, and then uses those laws against people whom the government wants to destroy, whether righteously (e.g., Al Capone, brought down on tax fraud) or not (e.g., the people Trump pardoned). These pardons remind us that, while Trump survived, many of his associates did not.

David Safavian reminds us that McCabe walked free. Blagojevich reminds us that Trump not only doesn’t prosecute people because of their ideology, he’ll also reach across party lines to grant clemency.

The pardons and commutations for lesser-known people emphasize Trump’s outreach to black and Hispanic communities through his First Step Act.

Trump is a very sane genius. 

 

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/02/president_trumps_list_of_pardons_and_grants_of_clemency_make_a_lot_of_sense.html

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1 minute ago, Buffalo said:

The little greasy hairball hasn't figured out that HE is the one being played for the moonbatty idiot he is. I hope like hell that Trump pardons Stone. Stone did not get a proper hearing. B!tch judge Jackson's(appointed by his oliness) Soviet style hearing prevented Stone from mounting an effective defense, a nasty crew of deep state swamp rat prosecutors, and a carefully stacked anti-Trump all dim-0-crap DC jury had him convicted before the case ever started.

An intensive two-year multi-million dollar investigation into Stone by Special Counsel Robert Mueller which began in 2017 turned up no evidence of Russian Collusion, no collaboration with Wikileaks, and no evidence that Stone had advance notice of the source or content of any of the Wikileaks disclosures, including the e-mails of John Podesta before their release, so Robert Mueller indicted Stone for "lying to Congress." (BTW, when do we get to indict Congress for lying to us every day?)

And then his jack-booted, over the top, paramilitary raid in which 29 SWAT uniformed FBI agents stormed the 67-year-old Trump advisor’s Fort Lauderdale home, arriving in 17 armored vehicles and utilizing a K-9 unit, a helicopter over-head and two amphibious units on the canal behind Stone’s home to arrest him. 

And of course judge b!tch Jackson prevented Stone's attorneys from questionaing the FBI fascist tactics during the farce of a trial.

All of the various warrants were obtained under the false pretense  probable cause of money laundering of foreign money in campaign contributions, mail fraud, wire fraud, and various cyber-crimes including unauthorized access to a computer server. In fact, prosecutors had no such evidence other than Stone’s Twitter feed. Every one of Stone’s tweets were based on publicly available information. The search warrants found no evidence of any of these crimes and Stone was ultimately charged with lying to Congress and one count of witness tampering. Stone was indicted for lying to Congress despite the failure of Mueller to find any underlying crime for Stone to lie about.

 

I hope like hell that Trump does pardon Stone!

 

February 19, 2020

President Trump’s list of pardons and grants of clemency make a lot of sense

On Tuesday, the White House named the individuals whom President Trump pardoned or to whom he had granted clemency. People on both sides of the aisle were confused by the list but they shouldn’t have been. Trump was making a point about government overreach in prosecutions, as well as reminding people about his First Step Act, which brings reformed (mostly minority) prisoners home.

Here’s a short rundown of the pardons and clemency grants.

Pardons

Eddie DeBartolo, Jr., former owner of the San Francisco 49ers, who was “convicted for failing to report a felony regarding payment demanded for a riverboat casino license,” resulting in 2 years’ probation.

Michael Milken, a brilliant financier whose innovations made capital available to people who ordinarily would never have benefitted from it.

In 1989, at the height of his finance career, Mr. Milken was charged in an indictment alleging that some of his innovative financing mechanisms were in fact criminal schemes.  The charges filed against Mr. Milken were truly novel.  In fact, one of the lead prosecutors later admitted that Mr. Milken had been charged with numerous technical offenses and regulatory violations that had never before been charged as crimes.  Though he initially vowed to fight the charges, Mr. Milken ultimately pled guilty in exchange for prosecutors dropping criminal charges against his younger brother.  As a result, Mr. Milken served 2 years in prison in the early 1990s.

Ariel Friedler, an entrepreneur who built a successful technology company and who “pled guilty to conspiracy to access a protected computer without authorization and served 2 months in prison.”

Bernard Kerik, the Commission of the New York Police Department during its response to the 9/11 attack. “In 2010, Mr. Kerik was sentenced to 4 years’ imprisonment for tax fraud and for making false statements.”

Paul Pogue, the owner of a successful construction company:

An audit by the Internal Revenue Service discovered that Mr. Pogue had underpaid his taxes over a 3-year period by approximately 10 percent.  Immediately upon learning of the tax deficiency, Mr. Pogue paid restitution, interest, and penalties.  To avoid the cost and burden of fighting the charges, which could have put at risk the jobs of the 150 people employed by his company, Mr. Pogue agreed to plead guilty and was sentenced to 3 years of probation. 

David Safavian, who was “convicted of making false statements and of obstructing an investigation into a trip he took while he was a senior government official.”

Angela Stanton, an African-American woman and Trump supporter who, following a challenging childhood, was part of a stolen vehicle ring, which earned her six months of house arrest.

Commuted sentences

Rod Blagojevich, a model prisoner who was 9 years into a 14-year sentence for a variety of political corruption charges.

Tynice Nichole Hall, a model prisoner who served “served nearly 14 years of an 18-year sentence for allowing her apartment to be used to distribute drugs.”

Crystal Munoz, a model prison who “spent the past 12 years in prison as a result of a conviction for having played a small role in a marijuana smuggling ring.”

Judith Negron, a model prisoner and “a 48-year-old wife and mother who was sentenced to 35 years in prison for her role as a minority-owner of a healthcare company engaged in a scheme to defraud the Federal Government.”

What’s the thread tying all of these pardons and commutations together? In fact, there are a few threads and they’re all important.

DeBartolo, Milken, Kerik, Pogue, and Safavian all fell into federal traps. Each was entangled in the federal justice system because the government went after them for violating rules that relate solely to the government itself. Their situations parallel what happened to Trump associates caught in Mueller’s net.

In Milken’s case, he gave up fighting an esoteric allegation only because prosecutors threatened his brother -- which mirrors the way Mueller's team threatened Mike Flynn’s son.

Trump reminds us that the government writes the laws and regulations, and then uses those laws against people whom the government wants to destroy, whether righteously (e.g., Al Capone, brought down on tax fraud) or not (e.g., the people Trump pardoned). These pardons remind us that, while Trump survived, many of his associates did not.

David Safavian reminds us that McCabe walked free. Blagojevich reminds us that Trump not only doesn’t prosecute people because of their ideology, he’ll also reach across party lines to grant clemency.

The pardons and commutations for lesser-known people emphasize Trump’s outreach to black and Hispanic communities through his First Step Act.

Trump is a very sane genius. 

 

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/02/president_trumps_list_of_pardons_and_grants_of_clemency_make_a_lot_of_sense.html

Yep. People like Harry, who lack all critical thinking skills, are easily manipulated.

 

Trump is still their president and very likely going to be for another 5 years. 

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13 minutes ago, DeepBreath said:

Yep. People like Harry, who lack all critical thinking skills, are easily manipulated.

 

Trump is still their president and very likely going to be for another 5 years. 

Hussein Ovomit releases Terrorist, Dummyrats clueless, Trump pardons a man wrongly convicted and they run out of tissues.ITS AMAZINGLY STUPID.

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6 minutes ago, 123urout said:

Hussein Ovomit releases Terrorist, Dummyrats clueless, Trump pardons a man wrongly convicted and they run out of tissues.ITS AMAZINGLY STUPID.

wrongly convicted?

hahahahahaa

so he put his hand on your holy bible and lied to your goid and instead of defending gos yo defend that piece of crap. 

thanks for showing your hypocrisy.

hahahahhahaa

naziboy sez lying to god to protect a criminal is ok with him. and he lectures the superior 

democrats?

hahahahahahhaahaa

too funny that you just proved my point, that you are corrupt and a fake.

 

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wrongly convicted?

hahahahahaa

so he put his hand on your holy bible and lied to your goid and instead of defending gos yo defend that piece of crap. 

thanks for showing your hypocrisy.

hahahahhahaa

naziboy sez lying to god to protect a criminal is ok with him. and he lectures the superior 

democrats?

hahahahahahhaahaa

too funny that you just proved my point, that you are corrupt and a fake.

 

Hussein Ovomit set up Kangaroo courts so Demonrats could commit crimes freely, thats all coming to an end child.

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35 minutes ago, Buffalo said:

The little greasy hairball hasn't figured out that HE is the one being played for the moonbatty idiot he is. I hope like hell that Trump pardons Stone. Stone did not get a proper hearing. B!tch judge Jackson's(appointed by his oliness) Soviet style hearing prevented Stone from mounting an effective defense, a nasty crew of deep state swamp rat prosecutors, and a carefully stacked anti-Trump all dim-0-crap DC jury had him convicted before the case ever started.

An intensive two-year multi-million dollar investigation into Stone by Special Counsel Robert Mueller which began in 2017 turned up no evidence of Russian Collusion, no collaboration with Wikileaks, and no evidence that Stone had advance notice of the source or content of any of the Wikileaks disclosures, including the e-mails of John Podesta before their release, so Robert Mueller indicted Stone for "lying to Congress." (BTW, when do we get to indict Congress for lying to us every day?)

And then his jack-booted, over the top, paramilitary raid in which 29 SWAT uniformed FBI agents stormed the 67-year-old Trump advisor’s Fort Lauderdale home, arriving in 17 armored vehicles and utilizing a K-9 unit, a helicopter over-head and two amphibious units on the canal behind Stone’s home to arrest him. 

And of course judge b!tch Jackson prevented Stone's attorneys from questionaing the FBI fascist tactics during the farce of a trial.

All of the various warrants were obtained under the false pretense  probable cause of money laundering of foreign money in campaign contributions, mail fraud, wire fraud, and various cyber-crimes including unauthorized access to a computer server. In fact, prosecutors had no such evidence other than Stone’s Twitter feed. Every one of Stone’s tweets were based on publicly available information. The search warrants found no evidence of any of these crimes and Stone was ultimately charged with lying to Congress and one count of witness tampering. Stone was indicted for lying to Congress despite the failure of Mueller to find any underlying crime for Stone to lie about.

 

I hope like hell that Trump does pardon Stone!

 

February 19, 2020

President Trump’s list of pardons and grants of clemency make a lot of sense

On Tuesday, the White House named the individuals whom President Trump pardoned or to whom he had granted clemency. People on both sides of the aisle were confused by the list but they shouldn’t have been. Trump was making a point about government overreach in prosecutions, as well as reminding people about his First Step Act, which brings reformed (mostly minority) prisoners home.

Here’s a short rundown of the pardons and clemency grants.

Pardons

Eddie DeBartolo, Jr., former owner of the San Francisco 49ers, who was “convicted for failing to report a felony regarding payment demanded for a riverboat casino license,” resulting in 2 years’ probation.

Michael Milken, a brilliant financier whose innovations made capital available to people who ordinarily would never have benefitted from it.

In 1989, at the height of his finance career, Mr. Milken was charged in an indictment alleging that some of his innovative financing mechanisms were in fact criminal schemes.  The charges filed against Mr. Milken were truly novel.  In fact, one of the lead prosecutors later admitted that Mr. Milken had been charged with numerous technical offenses and regulatory violations that had never before been charged as crimes.  Though he initially vowed to fight the charges, Mr. Milken ultimately pled guilty in exchange for prosecutors dropping criminal charges against his younger brother.  As a result, Mr. Milken served 2 years in prison in the early 1990s.

Ariel Friedler, an entrepreneur who built a successful technology company and who “pled guilty to conspiracy to access a protected computer without authorization and served 2 months in prison.”

Bernard Kerik, the Commission of the New York Police Department during its response to the 9/11 attack. “In 2010, Mr. Kerik was sentenced to 4 years’ imprisonment for tax fraud and for making false statements.”

Paul Pogue, the owner of a successful construction company:

An audit by the Internal Revenue Service discovered that Mr. Pogue had underpaid his taxes over a 3-year period by approximately 10 percent.  Immediately upon learning of the tax deficiency, Mr. Pogue paid restitution, interest, and penalties.  To avoid the cost and burden of fighting the charges, which could have put at risk the jobs of the 150 people employed by his company, Mr. Pogue agreed to plead guilty and was sentenced to 3 years of probation. 

David Safavian, who was “convicted of making false statements and of obstructing an investigation into a trip he took while he was a senior government official.”

Angela Stanton, an African-American woman and Trump supporter who, following a challenging childhood, was part of a stolen vehicle ring, which earned her six months of house arrest.

Commuted sentences

Rod Blagojevich, a model prisoner who was 9 years into a 14-year sentence for a variety of political corruption charges.

Tynice Nichole Hall, a model prisoner who served “served nearly 14 years of an 18-year sentence for allowing her apartment to be used to distribute drugs.”

Crystal Munoz, a model prison who “spent the past 12 years in prison as a result of a conviction for having played a small role in a marijuana smuggling ring.”

Judith Negron, a model prisoner and “a 48-year-old wife and mother who was sentenced to 35 years in prison for her role as a minority-owner of a healthcare company engaged in a scheme to defraud the Federal Government.”

What’s the thread tying all of these pardons and commutations together? In fact, there are a few threads and they’re all important.

DeBartolo, Milken, Kerik, Pogue, and Safavian all fell into federal traps. Each was entangled in the federal justice system because the government went after them for violating rules that relate solely to the government itself. Their situations parallel what happened to Trump associates caught in Mueller’s net.

In Milken’s case, he gave up fighting an esoteric allegation only because prosecutors threatened his brother -- which mirrors the way Mueller's team threatened Mike Flynn’s son.

Trump reminds us that the government writes the laws and regulations, and then uses those laws against people whom the government wants to destroy, whether righteously (e.g., Al Capone, brought down on tax fraud) or not (e.g., the people Trump pardoned). These pardons remind us that, while Trump survived, many of his associates did not.

David Safavian reminds us that McCabe walked free. Blagojevich reminds us that Trump not only doesn’t prosecute people because of their ideology, he’ll also reach across party lines to grant clemency.

The pardons and commutations for lesser-known people emphasize Trump’s outreach to black and Hispanic communities through his First Step Act.

Trump is a very sane genius. 

 

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/02/president_trumps_list_of_pardons_and_grants_of_clemency_make_a_lot_of_sense.html

I hope he does as well, because he will be pardoning the pos who lied under oath to protect trump from accountability. you have no shame traitor. 

you are as dishonest as they come and brag about it as if you are this honorable person instead of a traitor to our values.

 

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2 minutes ago, 123urout said:

Hussein Ovomit set up Kangaroo courts so Demonrats could commit crimes freely, thats all coming to an end child.

how does that excuse you from shitting on the god you claim to worship so much.

you are pathetic

when push comes to shove you fake Christians always side with the political hacks over your so called god.

it is laughable that you think you have honor.

 

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I hope he does as well, because he will be pardoning the pos who lied under oath to protect trump from accountability. you have no shame traitor. 

you are as dishonest as they come and brag about it as if you are this honorable person instead of a traitor to our values.

 

Your Traitor Hussein Ovomit used the justice department as a reign of terror to convict who they wrongly accused and to set free their criminal Traitors. Is what it is "Reverend"

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15 hours ago, harryramar said:

 

I do not enjoy him using the ignoratti for furthering his personal ambitions.

Because he is better at it than your failed ideology will ever become tomorrow's global governance for generations foward. There are no physical things existing in this adapt or become extinct moment no win scenarios teamed with cannot lose propositions actually exist beyond human behavior so far.

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1 minute ago, harryramar said:

I hope he does as well, because he will be pardoning the pos who lied under oath to protect trump from accountability. you have no shame traitor. 

you are as dishonest as they come and brag about it as if you are this honorable person instead of a traitor to our values.

 

YOU, hairball and the disgusting band of moonbats here on NHB have no values to uphold the contrived conviction of a republican by a b!tch judge appointed by his oliness, deep state prosecutors and a stacked jury all DC dim-0-craps. And you have the audacity to claim I have no values. YOU don't even know what fair and unfair is in your partisan bullsh!t.

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4 minutes ago, 123urout said:

Your Traitor Hussein Ovomit used the justice department as a reign of terror to convict who they wrongly accused and to set free their criminal Traitors. Is what it is "Reverend"

pointing out that you are a fake christan doesn't make me a revereded. it does show the depths of your hypocrisy.

you need to do some soul searching and ask who is more important god or trump.

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5 minutes ago, sole result said:

Because he is better at it than your failed ideology will ever become tomorrow's global governance for generations foward. There are no physical things existing in this adapt or become extinct moment no win scenarios teamed with cannot lose propositions actually exist beyond human behavior so far.

I have no ideology so how can it be failed. try thinking outside the box 

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21 minutes ago, 123urout said:

Hussein Ovomit releases Terrorist, Dummyrats clueless, Trump pardons a man wrongly convicted and they run out of tissues.ITS AMAZINGLY STUPID.

Yep. The left is the party of double standards and hypocrisy. 

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1 minute ago, Buffalo said:

YOU, hairball and the disgusting band of moonbats here on NHB have no values to uphold the contrived conviction of a republican by a b!tch judge appointed by his oliness, deep state prosecutors and a stacked jury all DC dim-0-craps. And you have the audacity to claim I have no values. YOU don't even know what fair and unfair is in your partisan bullsh!t.

a jury convicted stone not the judge\. try to keep up with 7th grade civics old timer.

stone lied under oath and showed contempt for the process and our system. 

that you would sell us out for him makes you a pathetic excuse for an American.

the democrats are superior to you traitors in every way.

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Just now, harryramar said:

pointing out that you are a fake christan doesn't make me a revereded. it does show the depths of your hypocrisy.

you need to do some soul searching and ask who is more important god or trump.

We all know you arent a Reverend, all though you think you know something about Biblical teachings and its funny watching you make one mistake after another. You are clueless to what Ovomit did to weaponize the courts. They count on stupid people like you to fall right in line, and you do.

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