ALG - Senate bill would release thousands of federal prison inmates


Oct. 14, 2015, Fairfax,Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement in opposition to legislation that will retroactively reduce the sentences of thousands of federal prisoninmates:


"The Obama administrationis flooding our cities with MS 13 and Mexican Cartel members due to his failure to secure the borders and to enforce immigration law, and on top of this, he is releasing as many as 46,000 drug offenders early starting Nov. 1.  Talk about a bad Halloween hangover.


"To make matters even more dangerous, Obama is bringing into America potentially hundreds of thousands of Muslim 'refugees' many of whom are likely to be adherents of Islamic State, al Qaeda and followers of Sharia Law. In the meantime, the Left's war on the police has left the thin blue line that protects our cities from entering into chaos frayed and the cops demoralized, making the situation all the more dangerous. And now, apparently some Senate Republicans in a quest for bipartisanship are set to retroactivelyreduce more federal prison sentences, resulting in an additional flooding of our cities with thousands more convicted criminals out of penitentiaries.What could go wrong?"


"Given the volatile mix of massive increases of Muslim refugees, the influx of Central American gangs and Mexican drug cartel members, and the disarming of our police, what could go wrong with releasing tens of thousands of convicted criminals early into the already violent cities? Why would Republicans vote for that?


"From a political perspective, the opponent's campaign ad writes itself should just one of these early released criminals commit a murder. Each and every member of Congress who votes for mass early criminal release can and will be targeted, and no amount of explaining will protect them from being Willie Hortoned.  And that is the truth." 

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"Congress to authorizeObama's early criminal release program?" By Robert Romano, Oct. 14, 2015 at


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