Roger Stone’s A Free Man After Trump Commutes Sentence. Lindsey Graham Approves

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Well folks, the Law & Order president, apologies to the other TV show of that name, has just commuted the sentence of a convicted criminal so that the criminal won’t reveal his own crimes. Let’s not even talk about abuse of power.

Here’s Lindsey Graham’s take. And he doesn’t even have the facts straight. Stone is not “in his 70s.” He’s 67.

I don’t know what Stone has on Trump and I don’t know what Trump has on Graham, but this is just one more clear indication that it is epic.

Wow. Graham is on board for the conspiracy theory, Deep State hogwash. If I wasn’t seeing this with my own eyes. I would have a hard time believing it.

Look, it’s pretty obvious what Trump and Graham discussed on the golf course last week and it wasn’t Trump amending his behavior and changing his message to the nation. It was Graham falling on his sword. Apparently, whatever Trump has on Graham, it’s enough to where the trade off of political suicide is preferable to exposure. So be it. May Jaime Harrison win, please God.

Make no mistake. This is a dark night in American history. An utterly corrupt president has pardoned a convicted criminal to cloak his own sins and a sitting senator is covering for this abuse of power by parroting conspiracy theory — for the same reason, apparently. I am speechless.

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Allan
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Allan

WOW ! Convicted by an impartial jury of his peers, yet the president of ‘law & order’ gives him a pass..This can’t be true

SteveP
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SteveP

There must be men in their 70s in jail who have committed a lesser crime than Stone and don’t have the luxury or connections for the President to free them.

This is beyond being an absolute disgrace.

Hollie U.
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Hollie U.

So, how exactly is Trump allowed to do this? Isn’t there anything the Justice Department can do about this? Or are they completely in Barr”s pocket?

mb
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They are either in Barr’s pocket or they’ve resigned because they refused to allow themselves to be in Barr’s pocket.

Kelly Libert
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Kelly Libert

Someone much more intelligent than Trump thought this up.
A commutation keeps the crime on record and only removes the punishment for it. A pardon involves admitting guilt and possible additional testimony on the crimes that they committed.
Now that Trump has learned of commutations, expect more to follow.

Kelly Libert
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Kelly Libert

Good question, I know about a president’s and governor’s ability to pardon, but I have never heard of either commuting a sentence. If there are any lawyers here, please inform us whether the commutation can be fought in court. Thank you.

Inzane
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Inzane

Kissing? Lindsy must be licking the orange butt by.now.