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6/1/2018 6:10:57 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

The law and order president......
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6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.
The extinction of the species is worse than the extinction of the nation, which is worse than the extinction of the tribe, which is worse than the extinction of the family, which is worse than the extinction of the individual. The second he reverses that list of priorities, he becomes a coward, and would be summarily disposed of by any civilized society that values its own survival.
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6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.
Bennett91 the liar http://www.debate.org...
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6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?
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6/3/2018 5:55:22 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?::

Because he, Dsouza, was targeted by the Obama administration for making an anti Obama movie. Others guilty of the same crime recieved little to no penalty for similar or worse violations.

Obama's America 2016 trailer

https://youtu.be...
Wizofoz
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6/3/2018 8:42:48 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/3/2018 5:55:22 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?::

Because he, Dsouza, was targeted by the Obama administration for making an anti Obama movie. Others guilty of the same crime recieved little to no penalty for similar or worse violations.

Obama's America 2016 trailer

https://youtu.be...

He committed a crime and pled guilty to it.
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6/3/2018 8:58:13 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/3/2018 8:42:48 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/3/2018 5:55:22 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?::

Because he, Dsouza, was targeted by the Obama administration for making an anti Obama movie. Others guilty of the same crime recieved little to no penalty for similar or worse violations.

Obama's America 2016 trailer

https://youtu.be...

He committed a crime and pled guilty to it.

Did he commit a felony?
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6/3/2018 8:59:49 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/3/2018 8:58:13 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 6/3/2018 8:42:48 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/3/2018 5:55:22 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?::

Because he, Dsouza, was targeted by the Obama administration for making an anti Obama movie. Others guilty of the same crime recieved little to no penalty for similar or worse violations.

Obama's America 2016 trailer

https://youtu.be...

He committed a crime and pled guilty to it.

Did he commit a felony?

Yes
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6/3/2018 9:29:18 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/3/2018 8:59:49 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/3/2018 8:58:13 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 6/3/2018 8:42:48 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/3/2018 5:55:22 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?::

Because he, Dsouza, was targeted by the Obama administration for making an anti Obama movie. Others guilty of the same crime recieved little to no penalty for similar or worse violations.

Obama's America 2016 trailer

https://youtu.be...

He committed a crime and pled guilty to it.

Did he commit a felony?

Yes

Was he given a fair trial and sentence?
Wizofoz
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6/3/2018 9:40:52 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/3/2018 9:29:18 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 6/3/2018 8:59:49 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/3/2018 8:58:13 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 6/3/2018 8:42:48 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/3/2018 5:55:22 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?::

Because he, Dsouza, was targeted by the Obama administration for making an anti Obama movie. Others guilty of the same crime recieved little to no penalty for similar or worse violations.

Obama's America 2016 trailer

https://youtu.be...

He committed a crime and pled guilty to it.

Did he commit a felony?

Yes

Was he given a fair trial and sentence?

Yes. By an independent judiciary.
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6/3/2018 10:16:41 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/3/2018 5:55:22 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?::

Because he, Dsouza, was targeted by the Obama administration for making an anti Obama movie. Others guilty of the same crime recieved little to no penalty for similar or worse violations.

Obama's America 2016 trailer

https://youtu.be...

Who else was sentenced for this crime? Was he the only one targeted by this law?
The extinction of the species is worse than the extinction of the nation, which is worse than the extinction of the tribe, which is worse than the extinction of the family, which is worse than the extinction of the individual. The second he reverses that list of priorities, he becomes a coward, and would be summarily disposed of by any civilized society that values its own survival.
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6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.
Bennett91 the liar http://www.debate.org...
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6/4/2018 12:32:47 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

Kasich is governor of Ohio and could were future republican presidency,
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6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.
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6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.
Bennett91 the liar http://www.debate.org...
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6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.
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6/4/2018 2:20:15 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.

seems logical, except for those he did pardon who weren't in his camp.....
Bennett91 the liar http://www.debate.org...
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6/4/2018 4:03:53 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.::

Kind of like Obama. If you're in my camp, you can have an illegal email server, break law after law, and go run your pay for play foundation that somehow made you worth $250 million.
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6/5/2018 5:49:49 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/4/2018 2:20:15 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.

seems logical, except for those he did pardon who weren't in his camp.....

Such as?
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6/5/2018 5:51:54 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/4/2018 4:03:53 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.::

Kind of like Obama. If you're in my camp, you can have an illegal email server, break law after law, and go run your pay for play foundation that somehow made you worth $250 million.

It's interesting how often the only way you can reply is to talk about something completely unrelated to the topic under discussion.
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6/5/2018 5:59:23 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/5/2018 5:49:49 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 2:20:15 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.

seems logical, except for those he did pardon who weren't in his camp.....

Such as?

that boxer Jack Johnson?
he's talking about ex-Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich a democrat I seem to recall
Kristian Saucier
Unlike Trump's other clemencies, the decision to commute Rubashkin's sentence had earned widespread bipartisan support, including from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi
http://www.businessinsider.com...
Bennett91 the liar http://www.debate.org...
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6/5/2018 6:13:43 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/5/2018 5:51:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 4:03:53 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.::

Kind of like Obama. If you're in my camp, you can have an illegal email server, break law after law, and go run your pay for play foundation that somehow made you worth $250 million.

It's interesting how often the only way you can reply is to talk about something completely unrelated to the topic under discussion.::

Unmasking you as a liberal hack is step one.

Step two is saying you have no idea what pardoning a man targeted by Obama "signals".
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6/5/2018 6:20:11 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/5/2018 6:13:43 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 5:51:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 4:03:53 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.::

Kind of like Obama. If you're in my camp, you can have an illegal email server, break law after law, and go run your pay for play foundation that somehow made you worth $250 million.

It's interesting how often the only way you can reply is to talk about something completely unrelated to the topic under discussion.::

Unmasking you as a liberal hack is step one.

Step two is saying you have no idea what pardoning a man targeted by Obama "signals".

D'sousa pleaded guilty- he wasn't targeted by anyone.
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6/5/2018 6:26:13 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/5/2018 6:20:11 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:13:43 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 5:51:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 4:03:53 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.::

Kind of like Obama. If you're in my camp, you can have an illegal email server, break law after law, and go run your pay for play foundation that somehow made you worth $250 million.

It's interesting how often the only way you can reply is to talk about something completely unrelated to the topic under discussion.::

Unmasking you as a liberal hack is step one.

Step two is saying you have no idea what pardoning a man targeted by Obama "signals".

D'sousa pleaded guilty- he wasn't targeted by anyone.::

He was forced to plead guilty in a plea deal. He was mentioned negatively on Obama's own web site. Others guilty of worse received little to no punishment.

https://youtu.be...

Told you that you were a lying liberal hack.
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6/5/2018 6:28:18 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/5/2018 6:26:13 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:20:11 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:13:43 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 5:51:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 4:03:53 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.::

Kind of like Obama. If you're in my camp, you can have an illegal email server, break law after law, and go run your pay for play foundation that somehow made you worth $250 million.

It's interesting how often the only way you can reply is to talk about something completely unrelated to the topic under discussion.::

Unmasking you as a liberal hack is step one.

Step two is saying you have no idea what pardoning a man targeted by Obama "signals".

D'sousa pleaded guilty- he wasn't targeted by anyone.::

He was forced to plead guilty in a plea deal. He was mentioned negatively on Obama's own web site. Others guilty of worse received little to no punishment.

https://youtu.be...

Told you that you were a lying liberal hack.

He committed a crime and was prosecuted by an independent judiciary. You can link to all the partisan sites you like- those are the facts.
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6/5/2018 6:33:46 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/5/2018 6:28:18 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:26:13 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:20:11 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:13:43 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 5:51:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 4:03:53 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.::

Kind of like Obama. If you're in my camp, you can have an illegal email server, break law after law, and go run your pay for play foundation that somehow made you worth $250 million.

It's interesting how often the only way you can reply is to talk about something completely unrelated to the topic under discussion.::

Unmasking you as a liberal hack is step one.

Step two is saying you have no idea what pardoning a man targeted by Obama "signals".

D'sousa pleaded guilty- he wasn't targeted by anyone.::

He was forced to plead guilty in a plea deal. He was mentioned negatively on Obama's own web site. Others guilty of worse received little to no punishment.

https://youtu.be...

Told you that you were a lying liberal hack.

He committed a crime and was prosecuted by an independent judiciary. You can link to all the partisan sites you like- those are the facts.::

Which in no way refutes that he was obviously targeted because the punishment wasn't typical for the crime and didn't happen until his Obama movie came out, and directly after anti Dinesh posts on the Whitehouse site.
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6/5/2018 6:45:23 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/5/2018 6:33:46 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:28:18 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:26:13 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:20:11 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:13:43 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 5:51:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 4:03:53 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.::

Kind of like Obama. If you're in my camp, you can have an illegal email server, break law after law, and go run your pay for play foundation that somehow made you worth $250 million.

It's interesting how often the only way you can reply is to talk about something completely unrelated to the topic under discussion.::

Unmasking you as a liberal hack is step one.

Step two is saying you have no idea what pardoning a man targeted by Obama "signals".

D'sousa pleaded guilty- he wasn't targeted by anyone.::

He was forced to plead guilty in a plea deal. He was mentioned negatively on Obama's own web site. Others guilty of worse received little to no punishment.

https://youtu.be...

Told you that you were a lying liberal hack.

He committed a crime and was prosecuted by an independent judiciary. You can link to all the partisan sites you like- those are the facts.::

Which in no way refutes that he was obviously targeted because the punishment wasn't typical for the crime and didn't happen until his Obama movie came out, and directly after anti Dinesh posts on the Whitehouse site.

No, but correlation doesn't show causation either, does it. He committed a crime, he was convicted of a crime. That's how it works.
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6/5/2018 7:28:19 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 6/5/2018 6:45:23 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:33:46 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:28:18 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:26:13 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:20:11 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/5/2018 6:13:43 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/5/2018 5:51:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 4:03:53 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
At 6/4/2018 1:20:20 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:50:37 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:34:54 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/4/2018 12:29:55 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 11:48:56 PM, Wizofoz wrote:
At 6/1/2018 1:26:42 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 6/1/2018 12:24:32 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.::

Kind of like Obama. If you're in my camp, you can have an illegal email server, break law after law, and go run your pay for play foundation that somehow made you worth $250 million.

It's interesting how often the only way you can reply is to talk about something completely unrelated to the topic under discussion.::

Unmasking you as a liberal hack is step one.

Step two is saying you have no idea what pardoning a man targeted by Obama "signals".

D'sousa pleaded guilty- he wasn't targeted by anyone.::

He was forced to plead guilty in a plea deal. He was mentioned negatively on Obama's own web site. Others guilty of worse received little to no punishment.

https://youtu.be...

Told you that you were a lying liberal hack.

He committed a crime and was prosecuted by an independent judiciary. You can link to all the partisan sites you like- those are the facts.::

Which in no way refutes that he was obviously targeted because the punishment wasn't typical for the crime and didn't happen until his Obama movie came out, and directly after anti Dinesh posts on the Whitehouse site.

No, but correlation doesn't show causation either, does it. He committed a crime, he was convicted of a crime. That's how it works.::

No one mentioned him being innocent of a crime. Dodging the targeting won't help you here.
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6/5/2018 7:35:53 PM
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At 6/5/2018 7:28:19 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
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At 5/31/2018 7:46:14 PM, FungusOfHam wrote:
**EXCLUSIVE: Dinesh D"Souza Tells Backstory Of His Pardon**

https://bit.ly...

Clearly some laws do not apply to POC.

Equality under the law and the 14th amendment have been dead for some time.

those who would complain about this pardon are probably the same ones that call for sentencing reform for non violent crimes.

Yes. It's npt a dichotomy.

Kim Kardashian came tp the White-house to plead the case of a poor African American who was sentenced, on her first offence, to life in prison without parole on a (admittedly, quite serious) drug charge.

Instead he pardoned a virulent, wealth Trump supporter who had pleaded guilty and was already out of jail.

How is seeing the hypocrisy in this a dichotomy?

was his crime worthy of stripping away his constitutional rights for the felony? All the pardon does is restore his rights, much like the Va governor who was doing large scale pardons to get more democratic voters on the books. Seems rather selective outrage.

It was a selective pardon- pardoning a Republican cheerleader when so many more deserving people languish in jail.

you think it might also have been because Rosie did similar? https://nypost.com...
Dinesh is a bonafide immigrant success story, and yes the wealthy have special access and get special attention, this is nothing new nor party exclusive.
Those who you think should be pardoned were still incarcerated when obama was president for 8 years so.....
the sentences for non violent crimes should be re examined across the board, hopefully they will be, but I guess that's a different topic.

More than anything it seems to be trump sending a message- don't worry about getting convicted, if you're in my camp, you'll be OK.::

Kind of like Obama. If you're in my camp, you can have an illegal email server, break law after law, and go run your pay for play foundation that somehow made you worth $250 million.

It's interesting how often the only way you can reply is to talk about something completely unrelated to the topic under discussion.::

Unmasking you as a liberal hack is step one.

Step two is saying you have no idea what pardoning a man targeted by Obama "signals".

D'sousa pleaded guilty- he wasn't targeted by anyone.::

He was forced to plead guilty in a plea deal. He was mentioned negatively on Obama's own web site. Others guilty of worse received little to no punishment.

https://youtu.be...

Told you that you were a lying liberal hack.

He committed a crime and was prosecuted by an independent judiciary. You can link to all the partisan sites you like- those are the facts.::

Which in no way refutes that he was obviously targeted because the punishment wasn't typical for the crime and didn't happen until his Obama movie came out, and directly after anti Dinesh posts on the Whitehouse site.

No, but correlation doesn't show causation either, does it. He committed a crime, he was convicted of a crime. That's how it works.::

No one mentioned him being innocent of a crime. Dodging the targeting won't help you here.

Not dodging anything- you're the one saying it's fine for a self confessed criminal to get away with it if he's friends with the big man.