President Trump Issues Pardon for Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio…

Like a boss.  From Camp David,… on a Friday night,… during a Hurricane,… President Trump issues Joe Arpaio a pardon.   Make me a sandwich.

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390 Responses to President Trump Issues Pardon for Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio…

  1. Trumpmendous says:

    The good Sheriff followed God’s word in Romans 13:3-4 where it is written: For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same: For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil.
    The only problem is that Obama and his lackeys had it backward. He was wrongly convicted by the evil henchmen of the Obama admin. Thank God for President Trump.

    Liked by 18 people

    • The Devilbat says:

      Amen to that.

      Liked by 1 person

    • shallbe4 says:

      The difference between Trump and McConnell is that Trump keeps his promises. MCConnell would have decided that he had to think about it until Arpaio’s sentence was completed.

      Liked by 5 people

      • farmhand1927 says:

        No surprise, Flailing Flake is criticizing the pardon. He says he’d preferred to let the judicial process run its course. You mean the same process where Sheriff Joe requested a jury trial and was denied even though he was within his Constitutional right to have that jury trial?

        The pardon is a bad blow to the Pro-Amnesty/Chamber of Commerce crowd, from which many of Flake’s blessings flow. Good news for MAGA, though, Dr. Kelli Ward is way ahead of Flake in latest primary calculations.

        Congratulations to Sheriff Joe who can relax and find peace as he continues to care for his wife who is suffering from cancer. Thank you, President Trump, for doing the right thing.

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        • remuda2016 says:

          Thanks. Concur and as I’ve commented on other, less friendly sites (Polittco, NewsMax):

          Game over.

          Moving right along, as “The Wall” gets built in prototype (funded by Congress…TB billed/invoiced to Mexico via many venues…and the ‘border crimes’ diminsh. Lessons also shared by Justin Trudeau, as he deports, closes, passports req’d…etc in mirroring the US, will bear fruit in reducing the costs of ILLEGAL ALIEN INVASIONS (crimes, votes, jobs) VIA QUESTIONABLE REFUGEE AND COYOTE TRANSPORTS…!

          Semper Fi…y’all…as MAGA steamrollers on…!

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        • Trent Telenko says:

          >> You mean the same process where Sheriff Joe requested a jury trial and was denied even though he was within his Constitutional right to have that jury trial?


          How the heck did that happen?

          Jury trials are the most fundamental constitutional right.

          Denial of a jury trial by a trail judge is an automatic grounds for appeal and overturning of a conviction..

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        • shallbe4 says:

          Joe Arpaio is one of those old fashioned honest people who does the job he was hired to do even when policy changes try to force him not to. He has a great friend in Donald J. Trump as we all do. The Donald Trump I have known of for most of my life is a kind man who is very generous. Sheriff Arpaio is lucky to have known this good man who never lets anyone down.

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  2. Pam says:

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  4. fleporeblog says:

    Dean Heller just vomited his dinner at the McConnell fundraiser especially after saying what he said about Sheriff Joe in the article below!

    Fellow Treeper and one time Governor of Alaska has endorsed Danny Tarkanian in NV! Plus Mitch the Bitch is going all in on Heller! I thank God for that because Mitch’s endorsement is the kiss 😘 of DEATH 💀!

    From the article linked above:

    Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin endorsed Danny Tarkanian for the U.S. Senate in Nevada, an endorsement Palin and Tarkanian provided to Breitbart News exclusively ahead of its public release.

    Tarkanian’s race against Heller comes as Heller, a far-outside-the-mainstream establishment Republican, has not stood with President Trump on most issues. For instance, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Heller “bragged about his dissent against the Republican-backed health reform bills” and he “stated he would continue to uphold” support for former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) executive amnesty for illegal alien youths.

    In addition, Heller announced his opposition to the idea that President Trump would pardon Arizona’s former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

    “I’m not from Arizona, I see this from a distance and I read it, so on, so forth,” Heller said of Trump’s position on Arpaio, per the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “But I just want to make the point that the president was going to come to Phoenix yesterday and pardon him, and chose not to do so. And I certainly hope that’s the position that he has in the future.”

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  5. Pam says:

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  6. ginaswo says:

    So. Much. Awesome.
    We met Sheriff Joe on our flight to the Inauguration.😆/

    I first met Sheriff Joe 20+ years ago when we moved to AZ.
    He held a Junior Posse photo and fingerprinting event with Polly Klaas’ dad (God Bless Polly and her family).

    I never forgot how concerned Sheriff Joe was for our kids.
    He protected us and fought for us and this was a political prosecution (persecution).


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  7. Donna in Oregon says:

    Best news I’ve heard all day. Yes, justice has finally arrived in Arizona. Time to boot Judge Susan Bolton out on her rear end.

    Liked by 15 people

  8. Troublemaker10 says:

    Sheriff Joe, on Hannity, said he’ll hold a press conference next week to discuss the corruption in our legal system.

    Liked by 18 people

    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      Can hardly wait-it’s about time the truth is set free. Sheriff Joe needs to watch his back, tho.

      Pray for Sheriff Joe and family’s protection.

      Liked by 4 people

    • 4sure says:

      Maybe he can meet w/Sessions and bring him up to date or the new FBI director and enlighten him. Oh, never mind. He should not waste his time on those two worthless weasels.


  9. fangdog says:

    Imagine a patriot as Joe Arpaio having to go through this while the most corrupt, crooked criminal in America, Hillary Clinton frolics around scot-free.

    Liked by 20 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      “having to go through this while the most corrupt, crooked criminal in America, Hillary Clinton frolics around scot-free.”

      The contrast is truly chilling……

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    • Esperanza says:

      Just been reading about background of Barcelona imam, drug dealer, alien, using free movement to bop around Europe, using taqiyya to radicalise whole families. Go sheriff Joe. Songbird needs to stop giving succour to terrorists.

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    • julegate says:

      Don’t forget the Bush family! They are pretty corrupt also. They are not in jail either.


    • shallbe4 says:

      It all depends on whose ox is being gored. And this year Democrats have become the pardonables. While the Republicans–those who support our country and our President are fair game for anything the Left and their Fake Media wishes to toss at them.


      • fangdog says:

        When you shake it all out there are probably only about 35% bad guys. However, with their BS they make you want to think it the other way around. ….srew’um all………. just keep the pedal to the metal and the hammer down ‘n bound.


  10. Patriot Lady says:

    OK fellow refugees– enough posting on Sheriff Joe — my retired police officer husband and I are now going to celebrate his pardon with a couple of adult beverages — 2 mojitos!
    Good Night All 😎

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  11. Thank you President Trump for pardoning a man who took his job seriously, regardless of the political climate. I wish Sheriff Joe and his family all of the best moving forward.

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  12. oldschool64 says:

    Kelli Ward must be laughing her a$$ off about now!

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  13. treehouseron says:

    Some people have been gaslighted by the media, all Sheriff Joe was found guilty of, was ignoring a biased Judge’s proclamation that he not detain immigrants suspected of being illegals.

    In other words, they found him guilty of ignoring a judge telling him to not do his job.

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  14. Sayit2016 says:

    This is what a LEADER does…. a sickening political scheme was hatched and executed against a good man -Sheriff Joe. President Trump would not let this stand on his watch. Trump just blew up the table….Joe was supportive and loyal to the President from day one and Trump holds loyalty in high regard.

    Thank you President for being a compassionate man and pardoning this man so that he can breath free and take care of his wife who needs him most now.

    Crap…. this stuff makes me cry……

    PS. I mean it is not like he pardoned Marc Rich a massive tax cheat that gave money to his campaign for crying out loud.

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    • Trumpmendous says:

      Sounds like the story of Daniel in the Bible. He was set up, thrown into the lion’s den and God shut the mouths of the lions. When the King found Daniel alive in the morning he threw his accusers into the lion’s den. I hope the latter happens to those who accused Sheriff Joe.

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  15. treehouseron says:

    One thing worth mentioning here, too. Sheriff Joe didn’t ask for a pardon. What a great man. He said he would support the President either way, and he wasn’t going to ask him for a pardon.

    He’s from a long gone generation, we’re lucky to have had men in this country like him.

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  16. Brenda copely says:

    If anyone deserved a pardon, Sheriff Joe did. He had the courage and love of country to arrest and incarcerate those who come to America illegally. He enforced the laws and should be commended for his service. Those who object and make horrible, nasty commentary are not patriotic Americans.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      Take for example the CNN crew who bemoaned the fact President Trump has signed a Presidential Pardon during his first year in office. They went on to list other presidents who waited at least until their second year in office to sign pardons.
      What they are wanting us to forget is if Sheriff Joe had been sentenced in October, he likely would have received the maximum six months jail sentence from the Obama appointed judge. And he would have been handcuffed and sent to jail right from the courtroom. Waiting until next year wasn’t an option.

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      • treehouseron says:

        More examples of the CNN actors being MORONS. What difference, honestly, does it make if a President pardons somebody on day 250, or day 450?

        That’s got to be one of the most stupid things I’ve heard them bring up yet. How in the hell these morons grew to be full sized adult humans without stepping in front of a truck at some point in their life is beyond me.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      When the people at the Phoenix Rally heard Trump mention Arpaio they loudly applauded him. The people of Arizona knew Arpaio was a great public servant and they knew that the President they voted for was an honorable man.

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  17. treehouseron says:

    Sorry for all the posts. Here’s a list of all the crackheads and drug dealers Barack Obama pardoned while he was in office…. in case a liberal starts arguing against you about President Trump pardoning a man convicted of *gasp* CONTEMPT for DOING HIS DAMN JOB.

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  18. Sevenwheel says:

    “I have signed the Disaster Proclamation, which unleashes the full force of government help!”

    This may be the most terrifying thing I have ever read.

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  19. JT says:

    probably not a smart move. Arpaio was a trash human being and even worse sheriff.


  20. treehouseron says:

    NeverTrumpers are not in control of the White House. President Trump is. He is a ForeverTrumper.

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  21. Gov Jay says:

    The leftist trash tried to pull another Scooter Libby on Sheriff Joe… except it didn’t work this time…

    Liked by 5 people

  22. saywhat64 says:

    I hope and pray we see the good Sheriff unleashed next week. He is sitting on some blockbusters and I hope he uses his opportunity on the National Press scene next week to call out the DOJ, the FBI, all the culpable Congress critters and the MSM on the one of biggest coverup in US History.

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  23. Frank says:

    God bless President Trump and God bless Sheriff Joe. I knew President Trump would pardon him, but it’s still great to actually see it happen. I look forward to seeing the MSM go into another spittle-flecked thrashing fit over this. It always brightens my mood to see the anti-American losers in an uproar.


  24. Nigella says:

    I see both Flake and McCain attacked Trump for pardoning Sheriff Joe…. The slime balls


  25. Alexsandra says:

    Suggest Treepers take a minute and leave a little twitter note for Flake and McCain. I just did.

    McCain has his linked to POTUS with a bunch of negative messages on it, so it certainly would be beneficial to POTUS also to do pro-POTUS replies to McCain that also go to POTUS.


  26. datagooroo says:

    Right on, God bless president Trump:


  27. nimrodman says:

    On the Aug 25 Presidential thread there was what I consider a very important aspect of this pardon that I don’t see replicated in this thread, so I’ll point to discussion starting at the post below by Psadie.

    The discussion says that there was treachery afoot to derail Arpaio’s pardon, and had the sentencing hearing Friday proceeded, Arpaio would have to wait 5 years for a pardon.

    So there was a good chance he’d suffer the indignity of a forced perp walk and possibly also a jail sentence.

    Have a look, it sounded important to me, and I wouldn’t doubt that level of treachery for a New York second.

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    • nimrodman says:

      … note, the Friday sentencing hearing in question was slated for October, according to the discussion following psadie’s comment


  28. shallbe4 says:

    I guess Sheriff Arpaio did a great job upholding the law in Arizona because only the bad guys hated him and of course the Anti-Trumpers.

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  30. Nordic Breed says:

    Given that Sheriff Arpaio will be conducting a press conference on the evils going on in the justice system next week, PDJT’s pardon as written shows to all that the good sheriff knows quite well of which he speaks. I’m looking forward to a real barn burner of a press conference.

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  31. theresanne says:

    Just saw this on Twitter. Love this picture!

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  32. amr632 says:

    The sheriff worked under the federal Immigration and Nationality Act Section 287(g). Section 287(g) of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act authorizes the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to deputize selected state and local law enforcement officers to enforce federal immigration law. The progressives hated this program. But when it leaked out last year that in TX from October 2008 to April 2014 2993 people were killed by illegals that should tell everyone that we need more not less immigration enforcement.. It is not known to Americans what the kill number for illegals is for our entire country. The TX number is 3 less than the number killed on 9/11.

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  33. B Woodward says:

    Here is some additional information about the Obama corruption with regard to Sheriff Joe Arpaio:

    Zullo: “They Used the Wrong Statute” to Charge Arpaio

    Zullo explained that a new attorney for Arpaio, Mark Goldman, found that Arpaio was charged “under an erroneous statute,” U.S. Title 18, 401, which is federal criminal code.

    The statute reads:

    “A court of the United States shall have power to punish by fine or imprisonment, or both, at its discretion, such contempt of its authority, and none other, as—

    (1) Misbehavior of any person in its presence or so near thereto as to obstruct the administration of justice;
    (2) Misbehavior of any of its officers in their official transactions;
    (3) Disobedience or resistance to its lawful writ, process, order, rule, decree, or command.”

    “That carries a statute of limitations of up to five years,” Zullo said. A similar statute, 402, carries a one-year statute of limitations and consequently “relieved” Arpaio’s three co-defendants of charges. Zullo said that the DOJ was “well aware” that Arpaio could not be charged under 402 and therefore invoked 18 USC 401. “Under 401, this could only be utilized if it was the United States or the government bringing the initial prosecution or action that resulted in that criminal contempt. It can’t be utilized. The fact of the matter is that Arpaio was originally embattled over – in the original civil proceeding — was never being brought by the government. It was being brought by private parties, the ACLU and private law firms, not the federal government. So the problems for the then-administration was if they wanted to get Arpaio blown out of his seat as sheriff, they were going to charge him — which is something they never do before an election period — they needed a statute to charge him and they could not use the correct statute. They ginned this up and used the wrong statute.”

    On April 10, the Associated Press reported that a father-and-son legal team working with Goldman filed a motion stating that “the case should be dismissed because the government did not bring a criminal charge until October 25, 2016 — a mere two weeks before the election — even though the judge had indicated that criminal charges were ‘at issue’ as early as December 2014…The charge is therefore barred by the one-year statute of limitations.”

    Just over a month ago, Zullo and Infowars journalist Jerome Corsi said on the Alex Jones Show that data Montgomery gleaned from his time at the intelligence agencies showed that the Obama DOJ, Federal Judge Snow and other parties exchanged a number of telephone calls during the trial and that Arpaio’s office, cellular, and home telephones were under government surveillance.

    Arpaio has also appealed the outcome of the civil contempt finding to the Ninth Circuit, claiming misconduct on Snow’s part.

    “This was just political retribution and politicizing the DOJ to do it,” Zullo replied.

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  34. aredtailblog says:

    He enforced voter ID laws. Of course the dems are going to comply that he’s pardoned for following his duty.


  35. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    So now that idiot neverTrumper Paul Ryan has spoken out against this pardon. These anti-American RINO fools just can’t help exposing themselves over and over again in the era of Trump.


  36. amaranto es says:

    Just possibilities not testimonial, could be a disaster if the S C doesn’t accord. Balogna : )


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