Trump Should Pardon Targets of the Russian Collusion Conspiracy Theory

Paul Hair

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On March 31, Breitbart reported that Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom commuted the sentences of numerous convicts. Two people had their sentences commuted in part because they are “immigrants” and Newsom wanted “to have them avoid deportation.” It’s time for President Trump to pardon everyone who has been wrongly convicted of anything relating to the Russian collusion conspiracy theory that has been going on for the past three-plus years.

From the Breitbart article:

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) is responding to the Chinese coronavirus crisis by commuting the sentences of 14 felons convicted of murder or being involved in a murder.

Newsom made the decision to more quickly commute felons’ sentences in the midst of the coronavirus, providing early release through parole to about 19 felons — some of whom killed children and one convict who murdered a pregnant woman.

Two of the felons are immigrants to the U.S., and Newsom’s purpose for commuting their sentences is to have them avoid deportation.

This isn’t the first time Newsom has commuted the sentences of “immigrants.” Meanwhile, people who have been wrongly convicted of something related to the Russian collusion conspiracy theory languish away in prison or shame.

It’s long past time to change this. It’s time for Trump to pardon them. And he should do so boldly and with much fanfare.

Top Image: President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump, attends the 2019 Army Navy Game in Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 14, 2019. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Dana Clarke)

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