• Democrats Subpoena DHS Chief Over Alleged Trump Pardon Offers


    https://dailycaller.com/2019/09/04/democrats-subpoena-dhs-for-trump-pardons/
    Democrats Subpoena DHS Chief Over Alleged Trump Pardon Offers https://dailycaller.com/2019/09/04/democrats-subpoena-dhs-for-trump-pardons/
    Democrats Subpoena DHS Chief Over Alleged Trump Pardon Offers
    Democrats issued a subpoena for DHS documents over allegations that Donald Trump promised pardons to people willing to break the law to build the border wall.
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  • #TouchOfGod
    June 30 #BlessTheLORD, O my #soul, And #forget none of His #benefits; Who #pardons all your #iniquities, Who #heals all your #diseases… #Psalm103:2-3

    I once made a #list of my #healings for which I #needed to be #grateful. “ #Father, I thank You when I didn’t get #sick from the zillion #germs, #viruses and #bacteria to which I have been #exposed throughout my #life. Thank You for #healing me from #diseases I did #contract, and for creating me with a #body designed to throw off #sicknesses.”


    All #healing is a #miracle, whether #manifest here or in #Heaven, through the direct touch of #God, or the touch of the #Lord through #medicine. The #promiseOfGod is to #healUs, #whenever, #however, #wherever is according to His #sovereignPlan. https://mailchi.mp/5f88c9c84819/his-image-452581?e=9cbe669f39 #YHWH #Devotional #DailyDevotional #Devotion #DailyDevotion #Jesus #Christ #JesusChrist #BibleStudy #WordOfGod #promise #goodness #success #dailyinspiration #motivation #victory #motivationalquote #dailymotivation #inspiration #fact #forever #love #desire #facts
    #TouchOfGod June 30 #BlessTheLORD, O my #soul, And #forget none of His #benefits; Who #pardons all your #iniquities, Who #heals all your #diseases… #Psalm103:2-3 I once made a #list of my #healings for which I #needed to be #grateful. “ #Father, I thank You when I didn’t get #sick from the zillion #germs, #viruses and #bacteria to which I have been #exposed throughout my #life. Thank You for #healing me from #diseases I did #contract, and for creating me with a #body designed to throw off #sicknesses.” All #healing is a #miracle, whether #manifest here or in #Heaven, through the direct touch of #God, or the touch of the #Lord through #medicine. The #promiseOfGod is to #healUs, #whenever, #however, #wherever is according to His #sovereignPlan. https://mailchi.mp/5f88c9c84819/his-image-452581?e=9cbe669f39 #YHWH #Devotional #DailyDevotional #Devotion #DailyDevotion #Jesus #Christ #JesusChrist #BibleStudy #WordOfGod #promise #goodness #success #dailyinspiration #motivation #victory #motivationalquote #dailymotivation #inspiration #fact #forever #love #desire #facts
    Touch of God
    The promise of God is to heal us, according to His sovereign plan.
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  • "Imagine if Christcucks in the West had balls just half the size of these Buddhists, and would fight back when their own leaders sell them out to kikes and ragheads." - Spartacus

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    "Imagine if Christcucks in the West had balls just half the size of these Buddhists, and would fight back when their own leaders sell them out to kikes and ragheads." - Spartacus https://dailystormer.name/sri-lanka-president-pardons-buddhist-leader-accused-of-inciting-self-defense-against-moslems/
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  • https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/32424-new-york-s-law-to-prosecute-anyone-trump-pardons-is-of-dubious-constitutionality?vsmaid=4706&vcid=1585
    https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/32424-new-york-s-law-to-prosecute-anyone-trump-pardons-is-of-dubious-constitutionality?vsmaid=4706&vcid=1585
    New York’s Law to Prosecute Anyone Trump Pardons Is of Dubious Constitutionality
    The New York Legislature is prepared to ignore fairness, the Constitution, and the principles found therein if doing so gives them an opportunity attack Donald Trump. by Steve Byas
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  • "By this #MemorialDay Donald Trump will pardon a bakers dozen of ex-servicemen accused of warcrimes. Simultaneously he will jail a young trans woman, @xychelsea
    , indefinitely, for her refusal to testify about events surrounding her disclosures of war crimes."    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/18/us/trump-pardons-war-crimes.html
    "By this #MemorialDay Donald Trump will pardon a bakers dozen of ex-servicemen accused of warcrimes. Simultaneously he will jail a young trans woman, @xychelsea , indefinitely, for her refusal to testify about events surrounding her disclosures of war crimes."    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/18/us/trump-pardons-war-crimes.html
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  • 'Unfathomable Evil Recognizing Unfathomable Evil': Trump's Possible Pardons of War Criminals Provoke Outrage
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/05/18/unfathomable-evil-recognizing-unfathomable-evil-trumps-possible-pardons-war
    Jessica Corbett, staff writer

    Progressives, human rights advocates, and journalists responded with outrage on Saturday to a New York Times report that President Donald Trump "has requested the immediate preparation of paperwork needed to pardon several American military members accused or convicted of war crimes."

    Unnamed U.S. government officials told the Times that on or around Memorial Day, Trump may pardon multiple service members involved with "high-profile cases of murder, attempted murder, and desecration of a corpse."

    As the newspaper reported:

    The requests are for Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher of the Navy SEALs, who is scheduled to stand trial in the coming weeks on charges of shooting unarmed civilians and killing an enemy captive with a knife while deployed in Iraq.

    They are also believed to include the case of a former Blackwater security contractor recently found guilty in the deadly 2007 shooting of dozens of unarmed Iraqis; the case of Maj. Mathew L. Golsteyn, the Army Green Beret accused of killing an unarmed Afghan in 2010; and the case of a group of Marine Corps snipers charged with urinating on the corpse of a dead Taliban fighter.

    "These are all extremely complicated cases that have gone through a careful system of consideration," Gary Solis, a retired military judge and armor officer who served in Vietnam, told the Times. "A freewheeling pardon undermines that whole system."

    Solis warned that pardoning service members accused or convicted of war crimes "raises the prospect in the minds of the troops that says, 'Whatever we do, if we can get the folks back home behind us, maybe we can get let off.'"

    The news on Saturday came after Trump, earlier this month, pardoned former Army 1st Lt. Michael Behenna, who was convicted of murdering an Iraqi prisoner in 2008.

    As Common Dreams reported at the time, human rights advocates decried that decision as "a presidential endorsement of a murder that violated the military's own code of justice."

    The Times report—on which the White House and Justice Department declined to comment—was met with similar condemnation.

    The Atlantic's Adam Serwer, who spoke out against Trump's pardon of Behenna, tweeted, "This incentivizes the commission of war crimes by our opponents and allies, and in doing so puts U.S. service members at greater risk."

    Human Rights Watch executive director Ken Roth said, "Think of the horrible message that sends to would-be war criminals around the world."

    Murtaza Mohammad Hussain, a reporter at The Intercept, denounced Trump's expected move as "a huge injustice to those whose lives they destroyed and a message that America will tolerate war crimes."

    Their criticism was echoed by others, including journalist Ryan Devereaux, who suggested that "if you were to make a list of 'top notorious U.S. war crimes of the post-9/11 era' it would look a lot like the president's pardoning plans."
    'Unfathomable Evil Recognizing Unfathomable Evil': Trump's Possible Pardons of War Criminals Provoke Outrage https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/05/18/unfathomable-evil-recognizing-unfathomable-evil-trumps-possible-pardons-war Jessica Corbett, staff writer Progressives, human rights advocates, and journalists responded with outrage on Saturday to a New York Times report that President Donald Trump "has requested the immediate preparation of paperwork needed to pardon several American military members accused or convicted of war crimes." Unnamed U.S. government officials told the Times that on or around Memorial Day, Trump may pardon multiple service members involved with "high-profile cases of murder, attempted murder, and desecration of a corpse." As the newspaper reported: The requests are for Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher of the Navy SEALs, who is scheduled to stand trial in the coming weeks on charges of shooting unarmed civilians and killing an enemy captive with a knife while deployed in Iraq. They are also believed to include the case of a former Blackwater security contractor recently found guilty in the deadly 2007 shooting of dozens of unarmed Iraqis; the case of Maj. Mathew L. Golsteyn, the Army Green Beret accused of killing an unarmed Afghan in 2010; and the case of a group of Marine Corps snipers charged with urinating on the corpse of a dead Taliban fighter. "These are all extremely complicated cases that have gone through a careful system of consideration," Gary Solis, a retired military judge and armor officer who served in Vietnam, told the Times. "A freewheeling pardon undermines that whole system." Solis warned that pardoning service members accused or convicted of war crimes "raises the prospect in the minds of the troops that says, 'Whatever we do, if we can get the folks back home behind us, maybe we can get let off.'" The news on Saturday came after Trump, earlier this month, pardoned former Army 1st Lt. Michael Behenna, who was convicted of murdering an Iraqi prisoner in 2008. As Common Dreams reported at the time, human rights advocates decried that decision as "a presidential endorsement of a murder that violated the military's own code of justice." The Times report—on which the White House and Justice Department declined to comment—was met with similar condemnation. The Atlantic's Adam Serwer, who spoke out against Trump's pardon of Behenna, tweeted, "This incentivizes the commission of war crimes by our opponents and allies, and in doing so puts U.S. service members at greater risk." Human Rights Watch executive director Ken Roth said, "Think of the horrible message that sends to would-be war criminals around the world." Murtaza Mohammad Hussain, a reporter at The Intercept, denounced Trump's expected move as "a huge injustice to those whose lives they destroyed and a message that America will tolerate war crimes." Their criticism was echoed by others, including journalist Ryan Devereaux, who suggested that "if you were to make a list of 'top notorious U.S. war crimes of the post-9/11 era' it would look a lot like the president's pardoning plans."
    'Unfathomable Evil Recognizing Unfathomable Evil': Trump's Possible Pardons of War Criminals Provoke Outrage
    "If you were to make a list of 'top notorious U.S. war crimes of the post-9/11 era' it would look a lot like the president's pardoning plans."
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  • https://thefreethoughtproject.com/assange-prison-trump-pardons/?utm_source=getresponse&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=rssfeednewsletter&utm_content=The+Free+Thought+Project+Newsletter
    https://thefreethoughtproject.com/assange-prison-trump-pardons/?utm_source=getresponse&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=rssfeednewsletter&utm_content=The+Free+Thought+Project+Newsletter
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  • Trump pardons ex-Army lieutenant convicted of killing suspected Al Qaeda terrorist in 2009 https://www.foxnews.com/politics/michael-behenna-pardon-donald-trump-iraq-war-al-qaeda #news
    Trump pardons ex-Army lieutenant convicted of killing suspected Al Qaeda terrorist in 2009 https://www.foxnews.com/politics/michael-behenna-pardon-donald-trump-iraq-war-al-qaeda #news
    Trump pardons ex-Army lieutenant convicted of killing suspected Al Qaeda terrorist in 2009
    President Trump has pardoned a former Army lieutenant who was convicted in 2009 of killing an Iraqi prisoner suspected of being a member of Al Qaeda.
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