“A king (US Constitution, Article 6, Section 2) that sitteth in the throne of judgment scattereth away all evil with his eyes.” -Proverbs 20:8
One thing that I have continually noticed over and over again was that when the president would say that he was going to do a particular thing in favor of American law, I would notice that he was doing the opposite (Proverbs 19:9).
For example, while telling his followers that the border wall is going up at one of his rallies, simultaneously we find that Judicial Watch reports, “The Trump administration is dedicating a lot more to radical Muslim groups than the Obama administration, which gave Islamist-linked organizations an average of $1.7 million annually.”
He plays to his followers that he is the most pro-life president, and yet, find that the highest number of funding and abortions are taking place under his administration.
At the same time, he signs a federal cruelty bill protecting animals.
Friends, the same goes for the USMCA, gun rights and healthcare. Just look in the opposite direction that he is pointing towards and there you will find what it is that he is doing (Matthew 7:16).
This brings me to the fact that this president said on the campaign trail that he was going to bring in the “rule of law,” but we find that he is ruling in a lawless manner. He promised to prosecute Washington’s corrupt, only to find that he is now releasing the corrupt.
As a matter of fact, of all outlets to highlight this, CNN this last week actually reported a truthful article on the likes of what Trump’s administration is actually responsible for doing. Did CNN blurt the truth out in their confusion? It matters not, because it is what they did.
CNN reports that 11 individuals who were pardoned by President Trump included convicted white-collar criminals and a former Illinois governor accused of attempting to sell a US Senate seat.
Here are the individuals who received clemency:
Trump commuted the sentence of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, who was convicted of 18 crimes, including attempted extortion from campaign contributors, corrupt solicitation of funds, wire fraud, and lying to federal investigators. Most notably, Blagojevich was found guilty of trying to sell President Obama’s vacated Senate seat for personal gain.
Blagojevich a former contestant on “Celebrity Apprentice” who served eight years of a 14-year sentence for the pay-for-play charges. He was released from prison Tuesday.
“He served eight years in jail, a long time. He seems like a very nice person, don’t know him,” Trump said, calling his sentence “ridiculous.”
After his release, Rod Blagojevich then blames the law for the crimes that he is guilty of committing (Video Below-Revelation 12:10).
Eddie DeBartolo Jr.
Trump granted clemency to former San Francisco 49ers team owner Eddie DeBartolo.
DeBartolo pleaded guilty in 1998 to failing to report a felony in a bribery case, which led to former Louisiana Gov. Edwin W. Edwards getting sent to federal prison.
DeBartolo did not serve jail time, but he agreed to pay up to $1 million in fines (Amos 5:7).
Trump granted a pardon to legendary 1980s junk bond king Michael Milken, who served 22 months of a 10-year prison sentence for violating securities laws and has since become a prominent philanthropist.
Milken rose to prominence on Wall Street in the 1980s as the head of the high-yield bond department, also known as junk bonds, at the now-defunct firm Drexel Burnham Lambert.
But Milken was accused of taking part in an insider trading scheme and eventually pleaded guilty to several counts of securities violations tied to a scandal with former stock trader Ivan Boesky.
He also paid a $600 million fine and was banned from the securities industry (Exodus 23:8).
Trump pardoned former New York police commissioner Bernie Kerik, who once served three years in federal prison for charges including tax fraud and lying to officials.
Kerik was nominated as homeland security secretary by President George W. Bush but withdrew from consideration due to potential tax violations.
Kerik, a former business partner of Trump ally and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, helped with the case of Navy SEAL Chief Edward “Eddie” Gallagher, who was convicted of bringing discredit to the armed services after posing next to a dead ISIS fighter’s body, which is against regulations. He was then demoted in rank — a decision Trump reversed in a move that angered military officials.
Kerik, who was once the commissioner of the New York City Department of Corrections, was also once a bodyguard and driver for Giuliani in 1993. He later served as a senior vice president at Giuliani Partners until 2004.
The President said Kerik is “a man who had many recommendations from a lot of very good people.”
Trump issued a pardon to Ariel Friedler, a software entrepreneur who pled guilty to conspiracy to access a protected computer without authorization and served two months in prison, according to a White House statement.
Friedler, the White House said, “was forced to sell the company that he had dedicated his life to building” and has “expressed deep remorse for his actions.”
Christie told NJ Advance Media that he spoke with Trump about Friedler’s case.
“I said, ‘Mr. President, he got treated wrong and you can help right it,'” Christie said.
Trump granted clemency to Paul Pogue, owner of a construction company and Republican political donor, who was sentenced to three years of probation for underpaying his taxes by approximately 10% over a three year period.
The White House said Pogue’s clemency was supported by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and former Sen. Rick Santorum, among others.
Pogue has donated $85,000 to Trump Victory, a joint fundraising committee between the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee and nearly $150,000 to the Republican National Committee so far this election cycle, according to Federal Election Commission records.
Trump pardoned David Safavian, a former Republican lobbyist and lawyer, who served as an official in President George W. Bush’s administration.
Safavian was sentenced to one year in prison in 2009 for obstructing an investigation and making false statements in connection to a former lobbyist, Jack Abramoff, during his time at the General Services Administration.
The presidential pardon for Safavian was supported by CNN’s Van Jones, a criminal justice reform advocate, as well as American Conservative Union chairman and Trump ally Matt Schlapp, among others.
The President pardoned Angela Stanton, an author, television personality, and motivational speaker, for her involvement in a stolen vehicle ring in 2007, for which she served six months of home confinement.
Tynice Nichole Hall
Trump commuted the sentence of Tynice Nichole Hall, after she served almost 14 years for drug-related charges. Hall was convicted on charges to distribute, possess, and manufacture crack cocaine, as well as possession of firearms, per the Justice Department.
Her clemency was supported by former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker and Alice Johnson, whose sentence Trump commuted in 2018 at the behest of Kim Kardashian West.
Trump commuted the sentence of Crystal Munoz, who served 12 years in prison for marijuana-related charges.
In 2008, Munoz was found guilty and sentenced to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana, according to court records.
The President commuted the 35-year prison sentence of Judith Negron for her role in a $205 million Medicare fraud scheme.
Negron, a minority-owner of a mental health care company in Miami, Florida, was found guilty in 2011 on multiple counts of health care fraud and money laundering.
She served eight years of her 35-year sentence.
The wicked walk on every side, when the vilest men are exalted. -Psalm 12:8
What a clear revelation of this man in the White House. Very telling, is it not?
How many political prisoners do we have in America today that have been incarcerated, are in exile or have been murdered for standing up against, or have exposed the very criminals in some cases that have been granted pardon-clemency (Proverbs 17:15)? And on the other hand Washington’s corrupt (Clintons, Obama’s, Bushs, Comey, MCcabe etc…) are still enjoying unwarranted impunity.
In contrast, Scripture is clear: “A king that sitteth in the throne of judgment scattereth away all evil with his eyes” (Proverbs 20:8).
Is this what this administration is doing? Just the opposite (Isaiah 59)!
Being the president has its privileges yet, one would think that the way that he sold himself to the American people and what it is that he is actually doing are two different stories (2 Corinthians 11:14-15). When are Americans going to awake to this fact?
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