President Trump pardoned America’s Sheriff last week to the consternation of Right and Left. The way we look at it, Arpaio was arrested, charged and convicted by a bunch of liberal hangmen; particularly the Judge who held him in contempt.
Looking for similar situations we bring you to the movie action roadblock: a bank is robbed, the police are all over their citizen band radios, the alert goes out, immediately roadblocks are set up. Initial reports indicated that the perpetrators were Black.
As one vehicle after another approaches the roadblock the occupants wonder what is in store, being Black they don’t know what to expect. The police have orders requiring them to ask the occupants of all vehicles to exit the vehicle.
To their surprise they find that all occupants are Black. Numerous violations are found, but the bank robbers are nowhere to be seen having outsmated the police. To those searched they find outstanding warrants, unregistered weapons, drugs and drug paraphernalia among the more serious offenses. Arrests were made because of violations of the law.
Now according to the left leaning libtards this was a travesty. Blacks were targeted, civil rights laws violated, individuals were targeted because of skin color. Comparing this to Joe Arpaio’s posse we find the same scenario. Arpaio allegedly stopped what was mostly Hispanic/Latio looking individuals. Why? Because they were the only ones on the road. Did he know that most of them were involved in criminal activity? Know! But that is beside the point.
Didn’t Obama let hundreds of thousands out of jail? All illegals!
In a last major act as president, Barack Obama cut short the sentences of 330 federal inmates convicted of drug crimes on Thursday, bringing his bid to correct what he’s called a systematic injustice to a climactic close.
With his final offer of clemency, Obama brought his total number of commutations granted to 1,715, more than any other president in U.S. history, the White House said. During his presidency Obama ordered free 568 inmates who had been sentenced to life in prison.