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« on: Dec 04, 2017 07:05 pm »

Mr. Law and Order is now calling the standing of the FBI --his top law and order department--the worst in history as his cronies one by one are being charged for what they are; common criminals against humanity. Hopefully they will all fall like a stack of cards with him at the top. Imagine that: The best time to be against your law and order stance when you yourself are being revealed as the criminal u really are

Hopefully in all our studies about law that we have recognized one of the biggest crimes against women and humanity that we have ever seen happen in our lifetime has happened since the election of Donald Trump and his cronies.
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« Reply #1 on: Dec 04, 2017 09:10 pm »

Mr. Law and Order is now calling the FBI--his top law and order department standing the worst in history as his cronies one by one are being charged for what they are; common criminals against humanity. Hopefully they will all fall like a stack of cards with him at the top. Imagine that: The best time to be against your law and order stance when you yourself are being revealed as the criminal u really are

Hopefully in all our studies about law that we have recognized one of the biggest crimes against women and humanity that we have ever seen happen in our lifetime has happened since the election of Donald Trump and his cronies.

Sucks when you don't have the entire full story both sides in truth don't it?

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« Reply #2 on: Dec 04, 2017 10:00 pm »

Mr. Law and Order is now calling the FBI--his top law and order department standing the worst in history as his cronies one by one are being charged for what they are; common criminals against humanity. Hopefully they will all fall like a stack of cards with him at the top. Imagine that: The best time to be against your law and order stance when you yourself are being revealed as the criminal u really are

Hopefully in all our studies about law that we have recognized one of the biggest crimes against women and humanity that we have ever seen happen in our lifetime has happened since the election of Donald Trump and his cronies.

Sucks when you don't have the entire full story both sides in truth don't it?

With this man all you have to do is listen to his own tweets to know he's twittered out.
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« Reply #3 on: Dec 05, 2017 12:50 am »

With this man all you have to do is listen to his own tweets to know he's twittered out.

But I don't, maybe you should give it up, sounds like a nasty habit.
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« Reply #4 on: Feb 02, 2018 04:15 pm »

Since his firing last May, Comey has made his personal feelings about Trump known, testifying in detail about personal interactions he says troubled him.

He also authorized a close friend to share with reporters details from a memo he produced documenting one such encounter — a February conversation in the Oval Office in which he said Trump encouraged him to drop an FBI investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn. That revelation promoted the Justice Department's appointment of a special counsel to run the Russia investigation.
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« Reply #5 on: Feb 08, 2018 03:24 am »

Steve -

I am writing you about an issue of grave consequence that affects the lives of millions of Americans and greatly impacts our democracy - namely the continued federal prohibition on marijuana and the need for reform of our criminal justice system.

As you know, a number of states (including my state of Vermont) have decriminalized or legalized the possession, use and sale of marijuana in recent years. Under the Obama Administration, the Justice Department took no action against these states or the people in those states. However, the Trump Administration has taken a very different stance with Attorney General Jeff Sessions threatening to prosecute. That would be a huge mistake and move us in exactly the wrong direction.

Here's why:

Millions of Americans have had their lives impacted by the federal prohibition on marijuana - arrests, convictions and even jail time. Even when people don't go to jail, the criminal record they receive makes it harder for them to find a job, get housing or go to college. Is this a widespread problem? It sure is. In 2016 alone, over half a million people were arrested for marijuana possession.

These harmful impacts are felt far more acutely in communities of color and poor communities because enforcement of marijuana laws is much stricter there than in more affluent, white communities. Incredibly, African Americans are four times more likely to be arrested for marijuana even though marijuana usage rates are basically the same across racial lines.

Of course, marijuana prohibition is part of a larger failed war on drugs that has led to the great national crisis of mass incarceration. Some 1.5 million people were arrested for a drug related offense in 2016 - over 80 percent of which were for possession alone. We need to stop criminalizing addiction. We need to stop criminalizing recreational marijuana use.

The criminal justice system is not the answer to drug abuse. Addiction is a health problem and we should start treating it that way. While communities all across the country lack adequate resources for treatment or prevention, we are spending approximately $50 billion a year on the war on drugs. That's absurd. We need to get our priorities right.

And that starts with making our voices heard:

Sign my petition if you agree it is long past time for the government to end its failed war on drugs and instead invest in programs that focus on treatment and prevention of drug abuse. This is an important issue that impacts almost everyone and we should all make our voices heard.

This so-called war on drugs has led us to have over 2 million people in prison - disproportionately poor and from communities of color. Our incarceration rate is the highest in the world - higher even than authoritarian countries like China, Saudi Arabia, and Russia.

Further, what is not often discussed is how the war on drugs and mass incarceration is impacting the essence of our democracy. People with felony convictions cannot vote in many states. Today, for that reason alone, over 6 million Americans are denied access to the ballot.

Uneven enforcement and the fact that people of color receive longer sentences for the same offenses than white defendants means more felony convictions in those communities. And that means - surprise, surprise - fewer voters.

In other words, the war on drugs is robbing those minority and lower income communities of their political power. In Florida, Kentucky and Tennessee over 20 percent of voting age African Americans are disenfranchised because of felony convictions. It's not too hard to figure out what's going on here. The communities most impacted by these policies are systematically stripped of their ability in our democratic system to politically fight back.

Why hasn't something been done to fix this problem? You know the reason. The sad truth is that some politicians benefit from people not being able to vote. All too often these are the same politicians who are trying to disenfranchise voters in other ways, such as restrictive voter ID laws or extreme gerrymandering.

This has got to change.

We need the highest voter turnout in the world, not the highest incarceration rate. We need to provide treatment for people with substance abuse problems, not lock them up.

As a first step, we need to remove marijuana from Category 1 of the federal Controlled Substances Act where it is currently ranked alongside drugs like heroin. In fact, marijuana is classified more harshly than cocaine. That doesn't make any sense.

Let's have states decide the issue of marijuana for themselves like they do with alcohol. More and more states are moving in the direction of decriminalization. Let them make those decisions without federal interference.

Let's invest in the prevention and treatment of substance abuse.

Let's reform our criminal laws and take other steps to dismantle mass incarceration. Among other steps forward we need to ban private prisons and create new federal policing standards.

Let's restore the voting rights of all Americans.

If you share my goal of making these important reforms please sign this petition:

Sign my petition if you agree it is long past time for the government to end its failed war on drugs and instead invest in programs that focus on treatment and prevention of drug abuse. This is an important issue that impacts almost everyone and we should all make our voices heard.

In Solidarity,

Bernie Sanders
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