Kristian Saucier Talks To Media After Receiving President Trump Pardon…

Kristian Saucier was a former Navy submariner who was arrested (age 22) for taking a photograph of his work station while on duty. He was prosecuted for the photograph as distribution of classified information. Mr. Saucier spent a year in prison for his photograph. Yesterday President Trump pardoned Mr. Saucier.

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156 Responses to Kristian Saucier Talks To Media After Receiving President Trump Pardon…

    • Cow wow says:

      I was very pleased to read this today!

      Liked by 25 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      How UNLIKE Bill Clinton pardons (CORRUPTION) and Obama pardons (RADICALS).

      Liked by 33 people

      • joninmd22 says:

        And Obama also pardoned drug gang bangers.

        Liked by 29 people

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          This is PURELY intentional. In the OBAMA-HOLDER revolutionary plan, which sought to emulate what was learned by Lenin and passed on to Grandpa Stalin, CRIMINALS provide great power to a Bolshevik revolution. They are a FORCE MULTIPLIER for amoral revolutionaries. The creators of BLM were counting on CRIMINALS to back them up, combined with a CULTURE OF STAND-DOWN in the police, and an SJW cheering section.

          The HORRORS perpetrated on a defenseless population by CRIMINAL-BACKED REVOLUTIONARIES during the Russian revolution need to be remembered. The poster-child for that – the image of priests tied to iron fences and burned alive outside their churches. THAT is Marxist-Leninist reality.

          NEVER LET THEM TAKE THE GUNS.

          NEVER. EVER. LET THEM TAKE THE GUNS.

          Liked by 70 people

          • Molly Pitcher says:

            Amen on that Wolfmoon. …

            Liked by 17 people

            • G. Combs says:

              AND IT WAS those who gave us the Federal RESERVE WHO FUNDED the Bolshevik Revolution with AMERICAN GOLD!

              Congressman McFadden
              Remarks in Congress, 1934

              “Mr. Chairman, we have in this Country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks, hereinafter called the Fed. The Fed has cheated the Government of these United States and the people of the United States out of enough money to pay the Nation’s debt. The depredations and iniquities of the Fed has cost enough money to pay the National debt several times over…

              Some people who think that the Federal Reserve Banks United States Government institutions. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of these United States for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers; foreign and domestic speculators and swindlers; and rich and predatory money lender….

              These twelve private credit monopolies were deceitfully and disloyally foisted upon this Country by the bankers who came here from Europe and repaid us our hospitality by undermining our American institutions. Those bankers took money out of this Country to finance Japan in a war against Russia. They created a reign of terror in Russia with our money in order to help that war along. They instigated the separate peace between Germany and Russia, and thus drove a wedge between the allies in World War. They financed Trotsky’s passage from New York to Russia so that he might assist in the destruction of the Russian Empire. They fomented and instigated the Russian Revolution, and placed a large fund of American dollars at Trotsky’s disposal in one of their branch banks in Sweden so that through him Russian homes might be thoroughly broken up and Russian children flung far and wide from their natural protectors. They have since begun breaking up of American homes and the dispersal of American children.[…]”

              For spreading this knowledge, Congressman McFadden was called crazy by the media, lost his seat in congressand when he STILL wouldn’t shut up, touring the country giving speeches he was assassinated!

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          • ForGodandCountry says:

            ….from my cold, dead hands.

            Liked by 17 people

          • GrandpaM says:

            Woolfie, Molon Labe.

            Liked by 8 people

          • Sylvia Avery says:

            You are SO right. What a great post about the history of the use of criminals in Communist revolution planning.

            Regarding guns, I posted something from Zero Hedge a few days ago where Seattle police are now confiscating weapons from people they feel are dangerous, but without any due process. They gave an example of a guy with a Concealed Carry Permit who had his pistol holstered on his hip, but you could apparently see it (not openly carried, but you know how it is if your jacket moves or something) and GASP! his condo neighbor was “uncomfortable” that the man was armed (remember, Seattle) and he was seen staring through the window of a retail store…

            Then there is this from the Land of Lincoln. It isn’t law yet, but working its way through the system and I am sure it will pass. No one can own a gun per this law if they aren’t 21 and it allows for confiscation of guns from people who purchased them legally but are under 21.

            All I can say is I hope these people sue the living daylights out of Seattle and Illinois.

            https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/03/gun_confiscation_begins_in_illinois.html

            Liked by 8 people

            • TexasDude says:

              Open carry in Texas, come on down!

              Liked by 5 people

            • The Devilbat says:

              Here in Florida, Governor Scott just signed the exact same thing into law. All ones Malicious little leftie neighbors have to do is to tell the police that they think you are a nut job or you have been acting strangely and the police have to take your guns by law.

              Where I am, I really don’t have any neighbors as I live in the middle of a pine forest north of Jacksonville, right below the Georgia line so with a bit of luck I will be OK. My nearest neighbors are a flock of guinea fowl. I like it that way.

              Liked by 12 people

            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Thanks for the tips. Will investigate! Very important.

              Liked by 2 people

          • pyromancer76 says:

            Absolutely accurate historical data/reality. Every American school child needs to be taught this history right along side that of the American Constitution and values. They need to know the range of behaviors — good and evil — of which humans are capable. We choose the American way. This is the effort and the love Americans have for our citizens and our country that we will not stand for this kind of vicious criminality.

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          • Deplorable_Infidel says:

            “They are a FORCE MULTIPLIER for amoral revolutionaries. The creators of BLM were counting on CRIMINALS to back them up, combined with a CULTURE OF STAND-DOWN in the police, and an SJW cheering section.”

            This is probably one of main factors why Mr. Sessions is not swooping into Cali to just arrest the Oakland mayor, etc. The Governor cannot be relied on for National Guard backup in case of riots, so there are more pieces to consider besides the “black and white” issue of what the law says.
            Sometimes maturity, wisdom and prosecutorial discretion must be employed, unlike our armchair AG warriors that would act in haste to make a name for themselves.
            Th enemy would love a burning city to blame on PDJT, so it is way past the time not only to trust our President, but to trust the people he has put in place to execute his policies.

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          • joninmd22 says:

            Agree fully.

            Liked by 4 people

          • OnlyInAmerica says:

            Great post!

            Like

        • Otherwise known as Democrat voters who vote often!

          Liked by 4 people

      • TakeBackOurRepublic says:

        ^^^that comment! President Trump’s compassion for the common people of this country is evident in his every action. Thank you, Lord!

        Liked by 10 people

      • William F Buckley's Ghost says:

        Obama pardoned criminals!

        Liked by 4 people

    • ForGodandCountry says:

      If anything, this is an understatement.

      I have $$ that this sailor was outspoken conservative and was targeted by Obama people. As he says.

      Liked by 23 people

      • Lack is not all says:

        I think the same as you do, for God and country. He almost said so. He put everything in perspective in a few sentences. We all understood his message. He was another victim of Obama and his minions.

        Liked by 17 people

    • mike says:

      So…. PDJT might pardon Hillary if she first serves 33,000 years ?
      (Nah, the hag is a real traitor and needs to hang)

      Liked by 8 people

    • DSP2 says:

      Lt Colonel Terry Lakin still rightly deserves a pardon too President Trump. Now!! These wrongs have gone on too long.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Rob Allison says:

        Yes, Terry Lakin does, but I wonder if Trump even knows what happened to him. I hope his case has been brought before the White House and I hope he not only gets a pardon, but full reinstatement of his military rank and pension and any other losses he incurred.

        As for Hillary, chances are miniscule she’d ever end up convicted. They will throw underlings to the wolves, but very unlikely they’d go after a former First Lady.

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      • Charlotte says:

        Tweet this re Lt Colonel Terry Larkin to Pres Trump

        Liked by 1 person

      • Sunlight says:

        I think about Lt Colonel Lakin often. A proven honorable soldier, he questioned Obama’s qualification to be Commander In Chief, and was railroaded into prison by a kangaroo courts martial and stripped of his pension. Obama ruined Lakin’s life. Compart that to Obamas fawning over the deserter Bergdahl. That traitor caused the death of a fellow soldier seeking to rescue him, and more. Obama released FIVE TERRORISTS in trade for bringing Bergdahl to honor him at the White House! If there is any justice, Terry Lakin will be pardoned by Trump.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      I have been corresponding with Kristian and they are OVER the moon ! I am so thankful to President Trump for this parson for not just Kristian but his family.

      Liked by 4 people

    • drac says:

      GO NAVY! And of course our Awesome POTUS

      Liked by 3 people

  1. tonyE says:

    Now, give the man an honorable discharge and his benefits.

    This was Obola at his worst.

    Liked by 17 people

  2. Apollo says:

    A fine act of mercy from our President. How unlike Clinton and Obama, indeed–he shames Hillary deeply, and rightly, through this action. The 12 months’ imprisonment (and much more) should have been hers, not this young American’s.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Covfefe-USA says:

      I wonder if this might be a lead-up to what’s supposed to be the release of an incendiary Hillary video – supposedly involving the tarmac meeting?

      Liked by 4 people

      • Mark says:

        I was thinking something similar. President Trump referred to this incident with the submarine frequently during the election campaign. It would be poetic justice to grant this pardon right before the hammer is dropped on the Clintons.

        Liked by 3 people

  3. joninmd22 says:

    What I’d like to read is Hillary’s sentencing. If there’s a just God it’ll read hanged by the neck until dead

    Liked by 8 people

  4. Alleycats says:

    Well done, Mr. President.

    Liked by 15 people

  5. yy4u says:

    Who in the FBI persecuted this man? Why wasn’t it handled by the military? Who was the DOJ prosecutor who persecuted this man? I want to know. If the name “Strzok” comes up, I’ll pull out my hair. Why? Why would the FBI focus on a submariner? Think about it. The FBI gets tips on a school shooter and does nothing. The FBI gets tips on the Boston bombers and does nothing. A secretary of state exposes state secrets in Russian, Chinese, Korean hackers and the FBI absolves her because she didn’t “intend” to have a server in her basement, didn’t “intend” to send state secrets over an insecure network. Yet this young man “intended” the Russians, Chinese, Koreans to intercept a selfie photo? He said earlier there are two sets of laws in this country, one for the politically connected, the other for people like him. Unfortunately, he’s right.

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  6. Thanks for you service Kristian and God Bless. May your days ahead be blessed for you and your family.

    Liked by 9 people

  7. FL_GUY says:

    BJ Clinton pardoned terrorists and white collar criminals for payola, e.g. Marc Rich, PR murderers. Obama pardoned terrorists, gang bangers, drug dealers and the few illegal aliens caught under his watch. None of them deserved a pardon.

    President Trump is only pardoning people who deserve to be pardoned and he’s doing it because it’s the right thing to do, not for some financial or political agenda.

    Liked by 11 people

  8. Anonymous says:

    Don’t approve of any leakage of information regarding submarines. Done my time under the pond. That said, the year in the brig sounds way over the top for a punishment.

    Liked by 9 people

    • keeler says:

      Trump’s pardon clears his felony status, which will allow him to pursue work. From interviews he and his wife have given, the felon status was proving to be a difficult obstacle to finding any type of work.

      Time served plus an expunged record sounds like common sense justice to me.

      Liked by 5 people

    • bullnuke says:

      He made a stupid mistake and paid a price. Everyone onboard knows that is not allowed. Much harder back in the day before cell phones. I did the same job as him, operated the steam propulsion plant. Sucked when visitors would come onboard but weren’t allowed aft. The tunnel and engine room was off limits. We couldn’t show off what our jobs were. Happy that the president pardoned him.

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  9. ralph-kramden says:

    I’m a vet (Army) and this, honestly, ‘youthful indiscretion’ story always fascinated me. The guy admitted to his error and, rightly, was quite vocal about how the Clinton Crime Syndicate continues on with COMPLETE impunity while he was crucified, etc. Was he also stripped of rank and DIS-honorably discharged? Will his privileges (for the purposes of the VA, benefits, etc) be restored if in fact they were revoked? DJT did a grand thing with this – this guy had absolutely NO sinister intentions whatsoever.

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  10. TwoLaine says:

    I am so happy for this young man and his family. I remember seeing his mother pleading on the tubes so many times. I understand the issue, but it seems almost like a charge that NOKO would have handed down for stealing a poster (Otto Warmbier).

    Liked by 11 people

    • Red Frog says:

      I am very torn. On one hand if anyone deserves a pardon it’s this guy. At least he took the punishment and didn’t trash the president like a ‘sunglasses thief’. On the other hand… I know, I know, this is going to sound like “concern trolling”… I hope this isn’t a signal to Cankles that the e-mail scandal won’t be reopened.

      I guess I’m just going to have to let Trump be Trump and not worry about it.

      I’m happy for the guy.

      Liked by 2 people

      • TwoLaine says:

        To be fair, it was sunglass thiefs father who trashed the President. His son said the right thing, at least publicly.

        As to Cankles, I think that ship sailed when President TRUMP found out about her Russian collusian plan to take him down. ANY ounce of sympathy he might have had is D E A D. As it should be.

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        • Red Frog says:

          Recent reporting *cough cough* claims President Trump is/was trying to make a deal with Mueller to end the fiasco. If there was any such negotiation, Trump would never make the first move. But if offered an end to the Muh Russia investigation in return for Hillary’s freedom, I don’t think you could pass it up. Of course, then this pardon makes a whole lotta sense.

          It also means there is a bigger fish than Hillary.

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          • mimbler says:

            He’d be an idiot to do that. That -would- be obstruction of justice.
            And I don’t think he’s an idiot.

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            • Red Frog says:

              If there is no crime there can be no obstruction.

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              • Maquis says:

                He is the Nation’s Chief Law Enforcement Officer. He can end any investigation or prosecution he pleases. It is not even possible for him to obstruct justice. That is a fairy tale charge made up by the media and the rest of the Left.

                Sadly, the lie seems to continue to be repeated, endlessly. I am hoping that Patriots will spread the proper understanding and challenge this deception, especially when folks on the side of the angels are found spreading it.

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          • TwoLaine says:

            What bigger fish could there be other than the Criminal Clinton Family? Never gonna’ happen.

            Liked by 1 person

            • Red Frog says:

              I disagree. That Correspondent’s Dinner mocking is yet to be repaid. I guarantee it will be.

              Liked by 1 person

            • nanny210 says:

              B. H. Obugass and all his handlers? Also keep in mind the fact that ‘his handlers’ pushed his presidential run, choosen over Hildabeast, denying her of ‘it’s my time!’ bid for president. You don’t make that big of an ass of her and sometimes not live to regret it.
              When the ‘s hitting the fan’ starts, she WILL NOT forget that back stabbing, and BHO and crew will be thrown under the bus

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              • TwoLaine says:

                You know it. But there won’t be any deals made. They’ve all been caught red-handed. In fact, they told the FISA courts before they left office that they had already been abusing them.

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      • mimbler says:

        I’m a worrier, and I don’t think this case has the slightest connection with whether clinton’s case will be re-opened.

        OTOH, I don’t think it will be for a number of other reasons. It certainly should be.

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  11. NYGuy54 says:

    He was my son’s age when he did this. My son is a bright young man but sometimes he does stupid things that I have to get him out of. So glad Kristian does not have to suffer any longer. Pres Trump is a mensch.

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    • mimbler says:

      And not to make light of it, but his memento photographs were rated “confidential”. This is the absolute lowest classification (FOUO for official use only is lower but not technically classified).

      Hillary had TS on her server.

      Liked by 7 people

      • rf121 says:

        When going through a Navy instructor course I had to give a practice presentation. I did it on various types of missiles used by ships. My sources were some books I had in my personal library that I had bought from book stores.

        I was advised that my presentation contained classified information when I was done. Classification is overly abused.

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        • mimbler says:

          Absolutely. I served in military intelligence for my 3 years in the army. Much of the “confidential” information I saw was available in the newspaper.

          Liked by 4 people

        • bullnuke says:

          All our text books in nuke school were classified, even the physics and chemistry subjects. They did this to get you used to handling classified info. I’ll admit I snuck some physics work home to get help from some junior army officers stationed at Aberdeen Proving Grounds. It was college course stuff.

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          • Keln says:

            Yeah I remember that. The vast majority of the information wasn’t even classified, but they did have some naval propulsion specific information that is confidential.

            Which school did you go to? I went to Orlando.

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    • GrandpaM says:

      The man’s brain doesn’t become fully functional until the age of 26-27. I think mine got there when I was around 30.

      Liked by 7 people

      • NYGuy54 says:

        working on it…..

        Liked by 2 people

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        You know, that explains so much. Had that knowledge only been available when I was a young woman my life might look very different now.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Sayit2016 says:

          It’s true not just men but women also– that is why the age of 26 is on Obamacare where they can stay on their parents insurance as the brain is formed by age 26.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Lucille says:

            LOL! Wait! You’re joking, right? Like those implementing Obamacare had the slightest consideration for 26 year old brains.

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            • Sayit2016 says:

              That is what the research said…. ; ) which is why they like brainless 20 years olds at their protests—ask what they are protesting most do not know.

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              • Lucille says:

                So, the Obama Administration read the research which states that 26 is the age at which males reach full brain development and their compassion was such that they thought putting physically but not mentally grown men on their parents’ health care plans was the best idea going? Sorry, but I’m still laughing.

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                • Sayit2016 says:

                  Lol I know right ? I wondered why age ” 26″ as it is an odd age, not 18 when they are legal adults, not 25– but 26. No one ever accused Dems of being smart.

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      • jonvil says:

        I’m 76, still waiting…

        Liked by 2 people

      • bullnuke says:

        Average age on the boats is early twenties. Bunch of really sharp guys.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        Which is why I did not mind my 30 yr. old daughter dating a guy 10-15 yrs. older than she was.
        Drugs and alcohol consumed by teenagers delays what psychiatrists call emotional maturation until the drinking/drugging is stopped completely.

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        • Charlotte says:

          Mine married one. She said all the young guys are “dicks” only interested in one night stands and drugs and couldn’t talk about anything interesting

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          • Deplorable_Infidel says:

            They stopped seeing one another over the issue of children, daughter is bipolar probably had something to do with it – I did not press for details.
            Too bad, he was son-in-law material. Still on good terms w/one another. She just broke up with a someone else over the holidays that turned out to have issues.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      That is why there are age requirements for certain offices as outlined in our Constitution.

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    • kroesus says:

      the human brain does not complete its development until age 25 or after…..the main area affected by this is the logic center…….this is why young adults seem to do a lot of “stupid and unthinking” stunts that the older of us just shake our heads at when they occur….emotions guide their actions far more making them much more susceptible to manipulation……maybe God did this to increase the impact of foolish love

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  12. mtkennedy21 says:

    I winder if this is a preliminary to pursuing the Hillary secret server story?

    Liked by 4 people

  13. Janice says:

    God Blessed us with President Donald Trump! I love him and will follow him anywhere. We really need to investigate this case it stinks.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. kjf says:

    So he committed a crime, “accidentally” or not an ppl think he is a hero? Maybe it was handled wrong and maybe an Art 15 or courts marshal was the real legal solution but he still committed a felony. Maybe I am wrong, i dont know

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  15. Summer says:

    Thank you, Mr. President.

    Liked by 8 people

  16. GB Bari says:

    Trump appears to be the only bottom line-oriented, alpha male in the Administration when it comes to correcting long-existing injustices and enforcing existing but long-ignored laws. He is a “get ‘er done” kind of man whereas almost all the others appear to be career bureaucrats who only know how to deflect, obfuscate, and hide behind bureaucratic processes as excuses for moving at a glacial pace, milking tasks out to justifies their existence. Sickening and frustrating for those who are living under bad situations that scream for immediate relief.

    On one hand, successful prosecution obviously requires painstaking details in order to stand up in courts that are infested with left wing activist judges who blatantly seek any possible technicality to derail this Administration’s progress. ON the other hand, people in these overrun communities who feel their lives are truly being threatened while waiting for justice to be served should probably move a.s.a.p. to a safer part of the country. What is more difficult, moving or risking death or serious injury while waiting for relief that may never get there?

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    • mimbler says:

      No amount of thoroughness will prevent a lefty judge from ruling incorrectly.

      And a conservative judge would also rightly dismiss on technicalities. The law is the law.

      There really isn’t any reason to make a case any differently for these people than is normally done.

      IMO.

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      • Impossible says:

        Dura lex sed lex… but mercy Trumps justice when injustice abounds; judicial resources have not been applied fairly. The lesson here has been learned. Time to reel in the big fish, indeed the whales… hmmmmm…. who might that be…….?

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  17. This young man should thank the President and avoid the media – no interviews, no television, nothing and then go about living his life. Don’t try to cash in on the President’s graciousness or get sucked in by the Lamestream Media..

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    • I disagree. He is an example of how laws are unfairly used to punish “the little guy” while the politically connected and their families go unpunished for committing much greater crimes. There are people all over this country who can relate to this story in some way. Plus, what is wrong with someone who loves this country getting on the TV and praising PDJT? The MSM loves to trash POTUS. This young man is thanking him, taking responsibility for his crime (unlike most Dems), and shining a light on our corrupt legal system which laughs at the concept of “Equal Protection Under the Law”.

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  18. fobdangerclose says:

    Border Patrol Officers Ramos and Copehean

    Sould have full pardons and re hired and pay

    Jonny Sutton under orders from Pres Bush over charged them and bent the rules to get convictions.

    Atty Gen John Ashcroft went into law practice with Sutton and John Ratcliff ( Eastern Dist U S Atty at the time)who is now a U S Congressman

    Put pressure on White House staff to get this in front of Pres Trup

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  19. Blaze says:

    Hopefully he pardons Dwight and Steve Hammond. They are the father and son team that set a back-fire to save their winter grazing land and property which resulted in accidentally burning 110 acres of BLM land, They got 5 yrs plus a $400,000 fine. They still have 3 yrs to go.

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  20. waltherppk says:

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  21. Impossible says:

    The lay soldier chastised for a small infraction, while the corrupt leaders skate on a plethora of abuse. How glorious it is to have a president who detests hypocrisy and has the power to act upon it. Here is injustice rectified; if you’ve read Melville’s Billy Budd you know what occurred here. Thank you President Trump. Each of your actions brings comfort to the honest and a sense of terror to the corrupt.

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  22. Streak 264 says:

    Now, let’s hope Hillary doesn’t use the Hillary defense.

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  23. Scout says:

    Yeah, but he did his year in jail for something the Chinese wouldn’t buy for the price of takeaway sweet and sour pork.
    An interesting comparison is with the security crimes of the well connected in the USA.
    Dress us up and call us modern but the application of the law is often just feudal privilege, the UniParty establishment liks it that way.

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  24. Peter says:

    Glad he did it, but why, though did the Pres. let him remain in jail for a year before pardoning him? Should have been done at the beginning of his Presidency.

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    • Scout says:

      You’re not supposed to mention that.

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    • rsanchez1990 says:

      I’m thinking he had to serve some time, so that Hilary could serve more time later.

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      Laws are very important to our President—they must be followed. But I think he also sees the need for reasonable punishment–I think the man served his sentence–for he did commit a crime, but then POTUS pardoned him giving him a second chance at a good life

      We’re humans, we make mistakes. It’s how we fess up to those mistakes and take our punishment that determines our character.

      This young man admitted his mistake, did his time and President Trump gave him a second chance.

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  25. Ironically, anything captured in the sailor’s photograph would have been sold to the Chinese by the Clintons years ago.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. diogenes says:

    That was a BS prosecution to begin with. Thrilled to read the God Emperor pardoned that poor sailor.

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  27. PowerCord says:

    From Wikileaks: “A pardon is a government decision to allow a person who has been convicted of a crime to be free and absolved of that conviction, as if they were never convicted.” So, he can go back on active duty, collect all of his pay and be eligible for a promotion? How cool is that? I hope he does.

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  28. Now let’s talk Clint Lorance.

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  29. Maquis says:

    God Bless him and his family.

    GBPDJT
    🇺🇸

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  30. Pat Frederick says:

    so if he did his time, why was he wearing an ankle bracelet? I don’t get that part…

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