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Unprecedented, historic corruption: an American president commutes the sentence of a person convicted by a jury of lying to shield that very president.
The only Republican in the Senate that understands his job.
Unprecedented, historic corruption: an American president commutes the sentence of a person convicted by a jury of lying to shield that very president.
I did not fully appreciate the issue with "most cops don't live in the neighborhood they police" until seeing this
You POS. You know the criminal justice system. He didn’t plead guilty. He asked for a jury trial. A jury convicted him of 7 felonies. And you are lying, you know no one gets probation after that. But then, you are now entrenched with the liars.
In my view it would be justified if President @realDonaldTrump decided to commute Roger Stone's prison sentence.

Mr. Stone is in his 70s and this was a non-violent, first-time offense.

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  • Roger Stone. Found guilty by a jury on 7 federal criminal counts. No jail time. Kalief Browder. Accused of stealing a backpack. Couldn’t post bail. Spent 3 years at Riker’s awaiting trial. Ultimately committed suicide after released. We have two justice systems in our country.
    @KristenClarkeJD
  • Holy shit the mayor of Louisville was trying to have a press conference this morning, then this happened.
    @JoshuaPotash
  • i hope bill watterson is doing okay and is proud of all the children he radicalized with this stuff
    @BBolander
  • @AfricanFlacko_
  • Huge uptick in reported #COVID19 cases today in Minnesota. A little bit of that is explained by strong testing numbers, but far from all. Second-highest figure ever recorded in MN. Percent positive rose to 5%.
    @dhmontgomery
  • This was almost two months ago. Since then? Tens of thousands more lives lost. A million and a half new cases. The President? Still golfing.
    @JoeBiden
  • not all heroes wear capes.
    @MichellCClark