My head is spinning from all this winning.
Criminal justice reform has passed the Senate on the same day that the Trump administration banned bump stocks, it was announced that Mexico and Central America are getting ten billion and Trump is getting nothing in wall funding because he blinked on forcing the government shutdown on Friday:
MOMENTS AGO: Senate passes criminal justice overhaul https://t.co/D4t3wvAI2c pic.twitter.com/HPKVHroKp6
— The Hill (@thehill) December 19, 2018
Christmas Miracle!! #FirstStepAct is through the Senate!! This is HUGE. I shared why I am so excited about this bill on @CNNTonight. @cut_50: I am so proud to be doing this work with all of you. #FirstStepAct #criminaljusticereform #cut50 #winning pic.twitter.com/NqgZdW6SPV
— Van Jones (@VanJones68) December 19, 2018
Congratulations to @VanJones68 and @jaredkushner on spearheading the successful criminal justice reform bill. This is an historic moment and they deserve our praise for their leadership on this issue.
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) December 19, 2018
In a show of bipartisanship, the Senate overwhelmingly approved the most substantial changes in decades to federal prison and sentencing laws https://t.co/Ki5BzaohDO
— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 19, 2018
JUST IN: A Trump-backed bipartisan criminal justice bill has passed the Senate by a margin of 87-12. https://t.co/PcLiIUgk3W
— Axios (@axios) December 19, 2018
Big moment for Koch network. Statement on Senate vote from Mark Holden of @FreedomPartners/@Koch_Industries, who has been pushing for criminal justice reform for years — pic.twitter.com/3UOdhOpKpx
— Michelle Ye Hee Lee (@myhlee) December 19, 2018
America is the greatest Country in the world and my job is to fight for ALL citizens, even those who have made mistakes. Congratulations to the Senate on the bi-partisan passing of a historic Criminal Justice Reform Bill….
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 19, 2018
….This will keep our communities safer, and provide hope and a second chance, to those who earn it. In addition to everything else, billions of dollars will be saved. I look forward to signing this into law!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 19, 2018
Congratulations to US Senate for passing @POTUS‘ Criminal Justice Reform with an overwhelming Bipartisan vote tonight! The First Step Act will reduce recidivism, make communities safer & save taxpayer dollars. House should vote to send this HISTORIC reform to @POTUS’ desk ASAP! https://t.co/3UHF4z4MBE
— Vice President Mike Pence (@VP) December 19, 2018
The Senate did it’s job tonight in an incredibly bipartisan fashion by passing the First Step Act! When both sides work together in good faith with the White House lots can be accomplished for the benefit of America! A job well done to all!
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) December 19, 2018
Lots and lots and lots of ?? #CriminalJusticeReform #FirstStepAct
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) December 19, 2018
Criminal justice reform is about giving more Americans a chance at redemption. The House looks forward to sending it to the president to become law.
— Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) December 19, 2018
After yrs of bipartisan work w Sens Durbin & Lee The First Step Act passed the Senate 2night w a big bipartisan victory 87-12 vote Historic criminal justice reform happens once in a generation Now on its way 2 House & Pres Trump waiting w a pen to sign
— ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) December 19, 2018
Tonight in the Senate we passed the First Step Act, the first major overhaul of our criminal justice system in decades. Special thanks go to @chuckgrassley @senatordurbin @senmikelee and @senbooker for their hard work on this big bipartisan victory
— Jeff Flake (@JeffFlake) December 19, 2018
The Senate just passed criminal justice reform legislation. It’s an effective balance between keeping communities safe & ensuring the fair administration of justice. It's also supported by major law enforcement groups & the ACLU. The House should pass this bill now.
— Amy Klobuchar (@amyklobuchar) December 19, 2018
Voted tonight for the #FirstStepAct, the bipartisan criminal justice reform bill that just passed the Senate.
— Mark Warner (@MarkWarner) December 19, 2018
A BIPARTISAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM BILL JUST PASSED THE SENATE!
This was years in the making. Thousands will obtain greater justice and new pathways to liberation as a result of this bill. This is just one step. This is just the beginning. The work must continue. Onward! ?
— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) December 19, 2018
Thank you for your leadership @ChuckGrassley. I was proud to cosponsor this bill to bring much needed reform to federal sentencing and criminal justice. https://t.co/bAUxcZz3T8
— Senator Pat Roberts (@SenPatRoberts) December 19, 2018
#FirstStepAct will make our federal criminal justice system fairer to all Americans, while maintaining severe deterrents to criminal behavior.
— David Perdue (@sendavidperdue) December 19, 2018
Big day in the Senate – The bipartisan criminal justice bill we just passed is a big first step toward fixing our country's broken system. https://t.co/nENeesJBYJ
— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) December 19, 2018
Tonight, by a vote of 87-12 the members of the Senate proved that we can work together for the good of our nation. Passage of the First Step Act is the most significant change to our system of criminal justice in decades. https://t.co/XiMiHgPnME
— Senator Dick Durbin (@SenatorDurbin) December 19, 2018
I just voted to pass the #FirstStepAct, a bipartisan bill that will make long overdue reforms to our criminal justice system. A much needed step in #cjreform.
— Martin Heinrich (@MartinHeinrich) December 19, 2018
Passing criminal justice reform produced historic results in North Carolina and I look forward to those benefits being replicated on the federal level. #CJReform
— Senator Thom Tillis (@SenThomTillis) December 19, 2018
Tonight I cast my vote for critical bipartisan legislation to reform our broken criminal justice system. I was pleased to cosponsor the bill following my work to ensure high level meth dealers and violent criminals stayed behind bars. Read more ??https://t.co/aKfyHYYcA3
— Steve Daines (@SteveDaines) December 19, 2018
Tonight, Congress passed the #FirstStepAct to make reforms to federal criminal justice while remaining tough on crime. The bill balances the need to keep our communities safe while providing an opportunity for prisoners to earn a 2nd chance. Read more here https://t.co/gsfYQcu4BN
— Sen. James Lankford (@SenatorLankford) December 19, 2018
The bipartisan criminal justice reform that is heading to Pres Trump’s desk will make our communities safer, make sentences fairer, save taxpayers $, & help ensure that individuals who enter our criminal justice system aren’t defined for life by the worst thing they’ve ever done
— Senator Chris Coons (@ChrisCoons) December 19, 2018
I’m proud that the Senate came together tonight to pass the Criminal Justice Reform package in a strong, bipartisan manner. This vital legislation includes my bipartisan Second Chance Reauthorization Act which supports state & local reentry programs to reduce recidivism.
— Rob Portman (@senrobportman) December 19, 2018
The Senate just passed the First Step Act, a bipartisan prison and sentencing reform bill that I supported. It includes important changes, but we've still got a long way to go. I'll keep fighting for a criminal justice system that delivers on the promise of equal justice for all.
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) December 19, 2018
The #FirstStepAct just passed! I am SO incredibly happy and grateful to people on both sides of the political aisle who made this happen. Especially grateful to my #BLEXIT crew who took the Hill with me to stress this issue to our Republican senators.
God is good! pic.twitter.com/v1y5HITwtm
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) December 19, 2018
87-12 !!!! #FirstStepAct Senate overwhelmingly backs overhaul of criminal justice system – The Washington Post … #cut50 ?@cut_50? https://t.co/JUgPdHTsPu
— Van Jones (@VanJones68) December 19, 2018
Interested to see what Fuentes the Nation has to say about this. They’re going to have to go dark or be a laughing stock. MAGA is done. Come back to earth, nnnguys.
I think even McFeels and Halberstram have grown tired of all the “winning”.
Prisons DO need reform. There’s white boys in there as well. Naturally there’ll be a few things both left and right will agree on. Can’t attack something needed just because our enemies are for it too … as they’re for it for different reasons than us.
“This will keep our communities safer”
Every time I see this bullcrap it makes my teeth grit. How exactly does going easier on criminals make us safer?
I’ve got nothing left to say about this clown except that I hope that Mueller digs up enough dirt to permanently wreck him AND his wretched family.
How exactly does going easier on criminals make us safer?
It means going easier on Niggers, because as we all know, the police just arrest random nogs on the street and charge them with whatever crime they can think of at the time, while ignoring obvious White murderers and robbers.
So Ethnarch was wrong?
Can’t wait for the next Fash the Nation Deep Dive!
Maybe they’ll do one on Partition?
I stopped listening to Fool the Nation months ago. I used to respect Ethnarch…..but he’s better at history, things gone by, than Now and Future. And….I think he likes being in a Boy’s Club.
Well, it looks like all the DC pedos are safe with this Administration.
Google Ivanka sitting on daddy’s lap. She’s caressing his face for crying out loud. It’s the symbolism folks. Now tell me that picture doesn’t scream TOTALLY IMPROPER BEHAVIOR.
He’s one of Jeffrey Epstein’s fans. That’s probably his connection to Steve Bannon.
Drump is beginning to positively disgust me, madame.
Snowey – I know. I’ve seen those pics. Very creepy.
Is drumpf even a vertebrate? He governs in the most spineless manner that I’ve ever had the misfortune to witness.
Drumpf’s actions are those of a nyc libtard. His agenda has been zio/neo-con and left of center.
Is there a “Lemon Law” on presidents?
Jarvanka is POTUS. Don’t you know that yet?
@ Denice, yes, I know that jarvanka (certified kosher)are the de facto Co-POTUS. sheldon adelson controls the administration’s foreign policies.
That’s what makes drumpf that much more a loudmouth cuck.
What? This jew bag has been lying this entire time?!?
Yay. Who needs any of the promises Chump made when we can now rest secure in our beds knowing that Tyrone and “Horhay” gets “another chance” to enrich our rapidly browning neighborhoods?…
ho lee fugg
soo happy… MAGA^2
thanks blumpf. Hopefully a nigger can rape my female relatives without any thought of persecution.
Huge crime wave coming. It’s going to be like the late 70s and early 80s.
From the constant kissing up to israel, to the open borders, to the bending over backwards to black criminal demands, to the blatant civic nationalism…all of that has been trumps legacy so far, and I can’t see how any sane, racially aware white person can truly believe that trump means welI at this moment. Trump is not advocating for racial separatism or white unity during his presidency, he is just a civic nationalist coward looking to gather as many jews and non-whites as he can to ally with the white kwans against the so called “liberals” and “democrats” and panders for their votes. He’s the ideal president for the tea party/freeper cuck, not for white nationalists.
Who really thought some billionaire from JYC was going to save the white race?
Meanwhile Israel first senator (((Ben Cardin))) tries to sneak in legislation to infringe on the first amendment rights of Americans.
Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin is making a behind-the-scenes push to slip an anti-boycott law into a last-minute spending bill being finalized during the lame-duck session, according to four sources familiar with the negotiations.
The measure, known as the Israel Anti-Boycott Act, was shelved earlier amid concerns about the infringement of free speech, after civil liberties groups argued that the original version would have allowed criminal penalties for Americans who participate in a political boycott of Israel. Some of the more aggressive elements of the provision have been removed under pressure, but the American Civil Liberties Union, which spearheaded the initial opposition to the bill, is still strongly opposed.
In a letter to Congress, the ACLU warned that the amended version still creates unconstitutional restrictions on free speech. “We understand the Senate is considering attaching a revised version of S. 720 to the end-of-the-year omnibus spending bill, and we urge you to oppose its inclusion,” reads a letter dated December 3.
It’s not that I don’t agree with more of the post mortem on Trump on these recent articles, I just don’t agree on the *theoretical* disapproval of this law. Personally, I think the criminalization of drug possession has been part of the gutting of the middle and working class. I’ve seen its devastating impact on all sorts of people, including huge swathes of especially young whites.
I have to study the text of the law. I don’t trust it. Jared Kushner is never to be trusted.
Consider that the indefinite sentencing portion of the Reagan Tokes Act passed in the Ohio legislature last week: https://www.10tv.com/article/ohio-legislature-passes-portion-reagan-tokes-act All it would take to extend a white person’s sentence for up to three times its original length would be the addition of a ‘hate crime’ element to it, either at trial or in prison. A truly violent black felon’s sentence could be reduced by 66% for good goy behavior.
Further, the Sandra Bland Act (passed a year ago) continues to snake its way through Texas, gathering steam through a PR campaign heralding the liberation of all the black woman Joan of Arc’s. The text of the law does nothing to tame the police state. Instead, it melds the ‘mental health’ system with the criminal justice one. County jails will now have mandatory psych evaluations, and commissars pseudo-diagnosing away all due process and transparency for those awaiting arraignment.
Reagan’s parents live in Parkland, Fla where Mossad spook cops lobby for ‘pre-crime’ intervention. We’re about to see the other side of (((fiat))) currency and ‘justice.’
Whites need to stop all the negro-baiting. We need allies. Giving into jewish manipulations and triangulations is NOT helping anyone’s cause but the jews.’
I thought Candace Owens was the latest Conservative Magical Negro, who would lead her Race into the joys of Jeffersonian Republicanism. By the way – child rapers get out of jail, too.
Gee, do you thing James Fields will catch a break from this? Ha ha, just kidding.
Yes, turning thousands of “non violent” black felons loose will make us all safer. Hell, I feel safer already.
Thanks again, Mr. Trump. This is exactly why I voted for you.
“Drumpf’s actions are those of a nyc libtard. His agenda has been zio/neo-con and left of center.”
The only reason I voted for Trump was in order to keep the Clinton’s out of the White House. I would have voted for a fencepost, if it had had the same chance of winning that Trump did.
The Clinton’s, especially Hillary, are vindictive people. Anybody that displeased them ended up run out of business, unemployed, in jail, run out of Arkansas, or dead. Some, all five things.
Hillary would have spent a lot of time taking revenge on all of America that had voted against her, while starting a war with Russia over Syria. Which could potentially destroy civilisation. She would have also unleashed her vengeance on the Republicans and piled up more victims of peculiar accidents and sudden, unexpected, and fatal illnesses.
Everybody I know voted for Trump for the exact same reasons I did. It’s not like Trump is gonna actually be able to do what he promised, anyway. U$Z©G will never allow it. But at least we have four years of the Judeo-Communists and their Neo-Yankee stooges being distracted by Trump from their work of wrecking what used to be a nation. And maybe, just maybe, the onset of WWIII has been delayed for a few more years.
The “Well, at least he’s not Hillary” argument needs to be taken out behind the barn and shot in the head.
Its not an argument, its a talking point.
It is repeated millions of times knowingly by Republican operatives and the mindless NPCs they trained to repeat it.
Owen has repeated it many times on this blog. Similar was repeated by a group of 5 shills at Stormfront during the 2016 campaign and after it. This is how politics is really done. Repeating the same thing over and over.
I voted for drumpf for the same reasons that you cited.
The prospect of World War Three is still very possible. It will all come down to whether the zionists will wait for the next administration to start it or not, or if drumpf bumbles into one.
This is simply a sad regurgitation of the lesser of two evils voting methodology that they WANT you to continue.
Me? I have been trying to explain that voting for either is a fail. For some reason, people like you simply cannot get it.
BTW: Clinton was never meant to be POTUS. Trump was ALWAYS the shoo-in. You played into the predesignated move exactly as they wanted you to.
Still happy with your vote? Let’s hear how bad Clinton WOULD have been again. Just to try and make yourself feel better for being hoodwinked.
@BMan, I knew drumpf wasn’t a White advocate, but I was admittedly “hoodwinked ” into thinking that he’d build the wall, especially with Sessions as AG and both houses of congress in the gop’s control.
Considering how you’re able to be such an astounding prognosticator in the vein of Cassandra; what does your crystal ball foretell for the future?
Kafka trap made law. I would rather let 99 murders free (to murder another innocent) than condemn an innocent man. How many times has this bs been repeated?
@Whiteman, that brain washing starts in pre-school, and is continuously reinforced every year thereafter.
According to the U.S. Justice Department in 2005 over 34,460 White women were sexually assaulted or raped by Black males. The number of Black female rapes by White men is statistically 0 because they have fewer than 10 cases nationally.
Does anyone besides me want to see Hunter Wallace run for political office? #HunterWallace2020
Ill give it 3 days when this gets implemented before someone is murdered by one of these criminals.