Tuesday, May 9, 2023

Biden to Make Sure Criminals in Jail Vote for Him: New Plan Offers Hiring Quotas for Criminals, Billions in Grants and Jailed Voter Outreach; Biden Reduces Sentences for 31 Drug Offenders

Biden to Make Sure Criminals in Jail Vote for Him:
New plan offers hiring quotas for criminals, billions in grants and jailed voter outreach.
Friday was a good day for criminals. Just like every day in the Biden administration.
Not that Biden and his pro-crime administration calls them criminals. In the 2,500 word statement, the term “criminal” never appears once. Neither do “felon”, “offender” or “convict”. Never mind “murderer”, “rapist” or “mugger”. Such hurtful language would be insensitive.
Instead the Biden administration has adopted the awkward pro-crime euphemism of referring to criminals as “justice-involved persons”, “incarcerated persons” and the even more elongated “eligible persons with criminal history records”. By “eligible”, Biden doesn’t mean bachelors.
What is Biden offering these “justice-involved persons”, who are not prosecutors or corrections officers, but robbers, con artists and pedophiles? Free stuff at taxpayer expense.
Are you a thug shortly to be on the loose? Apply for food stamps directly from your cell. The Biden administration will be sending “guidance” to agencies handing out food stamps to “accept and process SNAP applications before someone is released from jail or prison”.
What else does Biden have for the Murderers, Muggers and Molesters of America? The administration’s “strategic plan supports justice-involved individuals” with expanded “access to health care”, “affordable housing”, “educational opportunities”, “food and subsistence benefits”, “job opportunities and access to business capital”, and “banking and other financial services”.
Why even bother being a law-abiding citizen when all of this is waiting for you?
Biden is “expanding access to” bank accounts for “justice-involved persons” and giving “incarcerated persons” more access to Medicare and Medicaid, and tips on voting Democrat.
That guy who picked your pocket: he’s getting a voter guide with all the D’s marked in red.
Or as the Biden administration puts it, “Most people in jail are eligible to vote, since jails primarily detain people awaiting trial, who have not been convicted of any crime, or those serving misdemeanor sentences that do not preclude voting.” And Biden’s DOJ, which now divides its time equally between prosecuting conservative opponents and aiding criminals, “will provide guidance on state-specific voter rights for incarcerated persons and promote strategies to reduce barriers for eligible voters.”
Your local neighborhood child molester and car thief just became a valuable part of the Democrat electorate. Conducting voter outreach in jail is the perfect captive audience. The next step will be converting jail community organizing into a nonprofit funded program.
Is there any chance the Biden administration would be doing this if it didn’t expect to gain votes? --->READ MORE HERE
AP Photo/Evan Vucci
Biden reduces sentences for 31 drug offenders:
President Biden has commuted the sentences of 31 drug offenders who were labeled as nonviolent, as part of the administration’s efforts to expand economic opportunities and ease reentry for formerly incarcerated individuals.
The announcement Friday was part of what Mr. Biden declared “Second Chance Month,” an effort by more than 20 government agencies to help those with criminal records restart their lives.
Susan Rice, director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, told reporters the moves will improve public safety by increasing opportunities for those with criminal records.
“By investing in crime prevention and a fairer criminal justice system, we can tackle the root causes of crime, improve individual and community outcomes and ease the burden on police,” she said.
As Mr. Biden gears up for the 2024 presidential race, crime is again expected to be a hot topic for voters. A study released this week by WalletHub found that homicide rates in U.S. cities have increased by more than 10% over the past two years. Memphis, Tennessee, New Orleans, Richmond, Virginia, the District of Columbia and Detroit logged the most killings, the study found.
Researchers attributed the rising homicide rates to progressive policies, including no-cash bail, reduced sentencing and the defund-the-police movement. Although Mr. Biden has pushed back on defunding the police, he has embraced criminal justice reform proposals.
The president’s action brings the total number of offenders whose sentences were reduced by Mr. Biden to 106, according to Justice Department data. He previously commuted the sentences of 75 nonviolent offenders in April 2022. --->READ MORE HERE
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