Non-violent drug offender commutes the sentences of 214 non-violent drug offenders

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Published by: Robert Laurie on Thursday August 04th, 2016

'Pot had helped, and booze; maybe a little blow'

Barack Obama is, rather famously, a non-violent drug offender.  In his youth, he roamed Hawaii with the Choom Gang and indulged in the local fare.  As he wrote in his book, Dreams of my Father:

I had learned not to care. I blew a few smoke rings, remembering those years. Pot had helped, and booze; maybe a little blow when you could afford it. Not smack, though—Mickey, my potentional intiator had been just a little too eager for me to go through with that.

Mickey, the guy who would have hooked young Barack on heroin, was most likely "non-violent" as well. That is, he was "non-violent" if you call a person who tries to destroy a young life in exchange for a few bucks "non-violent." Barack's "potential initiator" would have, without hesitation, pumped Barry full of smack and sent him spiraling down the path that most junkies take.

And yesterday, Barack Obama commuted the sentences of over 200 "non-violent" offenders just like Mickey. 

Obama has now commuted more sentences than the previous nine Presidents combined.

Almost all of the felons in the most recent batch were non-violent criminals, but here's the really amazing part.  Barack Obama, the President who so despises gun violence, gun ownership, gun availability, and gun crimes, commuted the sentence of 50 criminals who were guilty of gun related crimes.  They range from possessing a stolen firearm, using or carrying a firearm during a crime, or being a felon in possession of a firearm.

So, when the chips are down, Mr. Gun Control will gladly release firearms offenders from prison.  Then he'll calmly turn around and demand that actual law-abiding citizens give up their Second Amendment rights.

I suppose we should no longer be surprised that pushing his insane agenda is more important to him than his own hypocrisy.

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