(Tea Party PAC) – While the left has pointed much of their rage about systemic racism and perceived white supremacy at the Trump administration, the Trump administration is actually punishing racially-motivated crimes.
As in, they just executed a white supremacist and the left basically doesn’t know what to do about it.
And when you hear the heinous crimes this man was accused of, you’ll be glad that Donald Trump is in the White House in a world where such sick racists exist.
Don’t let the radical left deceive you.
Actual white supremacists are radical, fringe figures who are shunned by the majority of decent society.
The people the left characterizes as white supremacists, like Trump and all of his supporters, support policies that help all Americans and keep all Americans safe from victimization and oppression.
This is what the Democrats don’t want you to know about the political rivals they can only slander because it is their policies that are keeping Americans victimized and oppressed.
For the first time in 17 years, the federal government performed an execution by lethan injection.
The convict was Daniel Lewis Lee, an ideological white supremacist convicted of murdering an Arkansas family in the late 1990s.
“Inmate Lee, a member of a white supremacist group, murdered a family of three, including an eight-year-old girl. After robbing and shooting the victims with a stun gun, Lee covered their heads with plastic bags, sealed the bags with duct tape, weighed down each victim with rocks, and threw the family of three into the Illinois bayou. On May 4, 1999, a jury in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas found Lee guilty of numerous offenses, including three counts of murder in aid of racketeering, and he was sentenced to death,” his file reads.
Town Hall explains:
Civil rights proponents objected to the government resuming the practice of federal executions, but the Supreme Court gave the FBP the green light in a 5-4 ruling on ideological lines. The high court overturned a lower court’s decision to block the scheduled execution, with the majority asserting that these inmates are unlikely to make a substantial case under the Eighth Amendment:
“The plaintiffs in this case are all federal prisoners who have been sentenced to death for murdering children. The plaintiffs committed their crimes decades ago and have long exhausted all avenues for direct and collateral review,” the conservative majority wrote. “Hours before the first execution was set to take place, the District Court preliminarily enjoined all four executions on the ground that the use of pentobarbital likely constitutes cruel and unusual punishment prohibited by the Eighth Amendment. Vacatur of that injunction is appropriate because, among other reasons, the plaintiffs have not established that they are likely to succeed on the merits of their Eighth Amendment claim. That claim faces an exceedingly high bar.”
Attorney General Bill Barr underscored the true justice being carried out by these federal executions:
“The four murderers whose executions are scheduled today have received full and fair proceedings under our Constitution and laws,” AG Barr said. “We owe it to the victims of these horrific crimes, and to the families left behind, to carry forward the sentence imposed by our justice system.”
Three other inmates also convicted of horrific crimes are scheduled for execution.
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