Skip to comments.Trump 'seriously considering' a pardon for ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Posted on 08/14/2017 11:03:02 PM PDT by PCPOET7
president trump may soon issue a pardon for joe Arpaio the colorful former Arizona sheriff who was found guilty two weeks ago of criminal contempt for defying a state judge's order to stop traffic patrols targeting undocumented immigrants. in hisb final years as Maracopa county sheriff Aripaioa emerged as a leading opponent of illegal immigration
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sorry for typo in title ....dyslexia strikes again
Means he will sign one pardon after another rather than process them in parallel.
There were NO criminal convictions of Clinton administration or 0bama administration figures in their 16 years in office.
Think about that.
I have been waiting for this. It’s a goid move. An even better move would be hiring him as director of federal prisons after the pardon. Joe knows how to incarcerate bad guys.
How can a judge order a sheriff around? Isn’t there supposed to be separation of powers?
Do it! Stop listening to your politically correct advisors!!
They are probably the IDIOTS that told TRUMP to let Monica Crowley & Sheriff David Clarke go!
Hiring him as a director of federal prisons?
I understand the sentiment, but Sheriff Arpaio just had his 85th Birthday two months ago today.
Such a high profile hire would not be responsible.
Perhaps at some other capacity, as a consultant on training staff, Oh Yes!
If you can’t cut and paste, at least capitalize where necessary and don’t leave words out of the headline.
Yeah we’ll, it’s Hughe ...
If Arpaio is pardoned, it will be an admission of guilt. The conviction won’t be reversed. He’ll still be a convicted criminal.
I was a very early supporter of Trump.
I was then critical of him for a while. But I have to say I am (very) proud of him about how he has thus far, handled the Korean mess, and I am COMPLETELY in favor of him pardoning Sheriff Arpiao.
Completely. This is a huge winning move.
Can the President pardon state offenses?
I always though he could only pardon federal offenses.
It just doesn’t sit well with me the way he has been treated. He deserves an award, not a pardon.
But isn’t Arpaio facing 6 months for a misdemeanor in a federal district court?
That was not an example of lysdexia, I should know..I have ti.
All the press need to do is ask,” Why are you pardoning a White Supremacist?”, and Trump will back down.
Its a goid move? serially?, you jest.
And hughly too.
Fedzilla should bow out of this kind of question. If Arizona leveled no sanction on Joe then neither should Fedzilla.
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