pardon

  1. HadEnough2

    Trump wants to Pardon Muhammed Ali. Just one problem.

    .....Muhammed Ali was never charged with anything. For Christ Sakes this guy is an idiot.
  2. cpicturetaker12

    CRUZ goes mute for 20secs. when asked by a reporter if Trump could pardon himself

    Now that is a pregnant pause. And not for effect. Then he WIMPED OUT. At least it was in the halls of congress on not live on national TV. (20 secs. dead airtime is A LOT). Audio embedded. Ted Cruz awkwardly pauses for 20 seconds before refusing to answer question on Trump’s pardon tweets...
  3. cpicturetaker12

    DICTATORSHIP 101. I absolutely can PARDON MYSELF in morning rant!!

    Holy f*ckballs’: Internet stunned by Trump’s ‘insane’ boast that he can pardon himself for anything NOOR AL-SIBAI 04 JUN 2018 AT 09:05 ET President Donald Trump on Monday morning asserted that he can pardon himself if he’s ever indicted — and despite all of his antics...
  4. Singularity

    Trump to pardon conservative firebrand, campaign finance felon Dinesh D'Souza

    Likely a sign bad news for Trump is on the immediate horizon, so he's pulling a "look over here." D'Souza has of course served his time, this will just clear his status as a federal felon. Which is annoying, but not especially consequential. Some liberals are getting pissy on Twitter, but I...
  5. C

    Trump considering pardon for boxer Jack Johnson

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/04/21/politics/donald-trump-jack-johnson-pardon/index.html (CNN)President Donald Trump said Saturday that he is considering granting a posthumous pardon to boxer Jack Johnson on the advice of actor Sylvester Stallone. "Sylvester Stallone called me with the story of...
  6. Devil505

    Should a President's pardon power be limited?

    Right now it has nor restrictions.
  7. Mister B

    Breaking: Trump To Pardon...

    Scooter Libby?
  8. the watchman

    guess who seems to be looking for an excuse to pardon flynn????

    Trump claims 'rigged system' has 'destroyed' Flynn's life, let Hillary off the hook | TheHill either that or to fire Mueller.
  9. Amelia

    Federal judge refuses to erase Joe Arpaio’s conviction despite Trump pardon

    Is there a thread on this yet? It happened Thursday but today is the first I saw. Read more: WaPo: Federal judge refuses to erase Joe Arpaio’s conviction despite Trump pardon
  10. C

    Looks like Trump's pardon just backfired.

    A Judge Just Gave Trump And Arpaio Bad News About Pardon Last week, President Trump tried to use the cover of Hurricane Harvey to deflect attention away from his abrupt pardon of notorious racist and human rights abuser Sheriff Joe Arpaio. But instead of having the whole affair slip under the...
  11. the watchman

    Trump: I dropped Arpaio pardon during Harvey because of ratings

    Peggy Noonan was just on MSNBC saying that Trump deserves credit for not saying something crazy. Even with this. President Donald Trump hit former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton for their pardons and commutations, while defending his own controversial pardon of former Maricopa...
  12. Idiocracat

    Arpaio Pardon Would Show Contempt for Constitution

    This needs to be challenged. Checks and balances!! Arpaio Pardon Would Show Contempt for Constitution An Arpaio pardon would express presidential contempt for the Constitution. Arpaio didn’t just violate a law passed by Congress. His actions defied the Constitution itself, the bedrock of...
  13. D

    Anti-Defamation League slams Arpaio pardon: ‘We stand today with the Latino communi

    The ADL is to be commended for their stance on this matter. So many Americans have come out against Trump pardoning Arpaio and new groups come forward all of the time with the same basic sentiment. The Arpaio pardon is simply unpardonable. Period. ----------------------------------------...
  14. D

    Trump’s pardon of Arpaio spurs more criticism, including from Biden, Paul Ryan

    And now even more Republicans are criticizing Trump for the pardon he gave Arpaio. This report bears reading as it contains many high-profile names who are very uncomfortable with the pardon that they feel should not have taken place. Few defend Trump, however. But one just has to wonder if...
  15. Singularity

    Right-wing Washington Examiner condemns "lawless" pardon

    After this, Paul Ryan, McCain, Flake, Freedom Caucus leader Justin Amash, among others, the amount of Republicans who realize that this is no good for them is starting to stack up. And it just isn't ... this fires up the anti-immigration hardcore base, but it's not clear how much that...
  16. D

    McCain blasts Trump over Arpaio pardon

    Senator McCain is completely right in his comments about Trump's pardon of Arpaio. And let's not forget that McCain is the Senator from Arizona where Arpaio is from and was sheriff. Another Republican Senator, Sen. Flake, was also upset with the Trump pardon...
  17. T

    Politics Trump asked Sessions about closing case against Arpaio, an ally since ‘birth

    Jesus, does the president have any boundaries? I would have thought the president would have realized his office was not intended to stop prosecution of his friends, prosecution already underway...
  18. D

    Where is my pardon?' A victim of Joe Arpaio's reign of terror speaks out

    You see, there's two sides to every coin. Trump has painted Arpaio as a man who walks on water. But there are those in the actual know who see him very differently and paint a very different picture of him. They have suffered much under him and are seeking justice that they rightfully deserve to...
  19. D

    White House rules out Trump pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio at rally

    It is good that the announcement was made right where Arpaio worked and lived. It would have been a real travesty and let down to all of the people who were treated so unfairly by that man had Trump used that opportunity to pardon him. ---------------------------------------- White...
  20. KnotaFrayed

    The need to investigate the capacity to pardon is needed why?

    Is there a need to pardon people that have not been convicted of any crimes? Is this a sign that someone is thinking someone could be found guilty of a crime that they need to be pardoned for?