Sanders calls for a “registry of disreputable federal law enforcement officers,” let go of half of all US prisoners

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Only a few days after Texas Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) unit has been shot, what the FBI is presenting as a “targeted attack” Bernie Sanders is a comprehensive new plan on Sunday would create a “registry of disreputable federal law enforcement officers” and “financial support” for similar lists at the state level.

Sanders’ proposal would “prohibit the prosecution of children under the age of 18 in the adult courts” for all offences, apparently including rape and murder, and the youth from ever facing jail time for other minor things, would prohibit.

The plan is to try in addition to would cut you to get rid of the overall “incarcerated population in half” by what is called Sanders’ campaign, “excessive sentencing.”

The unprecedented crimes of the reform initiative comes as ICE employees and workers will also be in a rapidly escalating series of death threats, including demonstrators, martial their children, and shots are fired in their offices several times in the past month, in the midst of a rising tide of anti-ICE-rhetoric of the left, stoked by the Democrats in the Congress, media votes, and the President of the hopefuls.


Earlier this month, democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro party moved cross-condemnation for posting the names of several people and companies that have donated to the President of Trump’s campaign, including people who had also donated to Castro. The episode underscores the fears that the federal Register can be abused for the purposes of intimidation.

Protesters threaten the families of ICE-cream to workers in the Florida system

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“The creation of a Federal no-call policy, including a registration of the notorious federal law enforcement officer, witness, you are not convictions of non-trusted sources can lead to,” Sanders ” plan. “Financial support for pilot local and state-level no-call lists.”

The lengthy schedule has offered few details and appeared to contradict the points themselves. For example, the plan claims it would be “the end of solitary confinement,” calling it a form of “torture.”

But, later in the document, Sanders ” campaign said it would specifically prohibit “single-trial detention for the youth.”

Sanders’ free-running proposal also doubles on its previous demands that all imprisoned felons-including the Boston Marathon bombers, and to condemn those who choose the sexual assault-the law.

“All voting-age Americans need to choose the right and meaningful access to, whether they are detained or not,” read the plan. “We will re-enfranchise, the right to vote for millions of Americans, had taken away her voice, by a felony conviction.”

Under Sanders’ initiative, marijuana, the books would be legalized, the deleted would the Federal “three-strikes” laws, and the solitary confinement would be a thing of the past.

“Legalize, safe injection sites and to reduce needle-sharing around the country, and the support of pilot programs for supervised injection sites, which have been shown to significantly drug-overdose deaths,” the plan stated.


To sweeten the pot, the proposal would “enact a federal jobs guarantee good work at a living wage to revive and care for the community,” with a $15 minimum wage.

Sanders’ campaign did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

In July, Sanders announced he is cutting his own employees “hours so that you can effectively be paid $15 per hour minimum wage, prompting ridicule from critics who say the move is more evidence that Sanders’ plan to raise the national minimum wage is dishonest and would only lead to less work and more unemployment.

Attacks on law enforcement are balanced, a Central issue in the 2020 presidential campaign. At a fiery rally in Manchester, N. H., last Thursday, President Trump said the last episodes, in which people threw water on the New York police Department the official sign of a larger trend among the progressive were.

FILE – In this 8. July 2019, file photo, a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) looks up the officer during an operation in Escondido, Calif. Advocacy groups, and trade unions to put pressure on Marriott, MGM and the other not to house the migrants, who were detained by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents. But the US government says it bed sometimes needs space, and if the hotels don’t help, it could be families. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull, file)

“You look at everyone as fascists and Nazis … you accuse our hero border agents, be liable to a concentration camp,” Trump run said in an obvious reference to New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. “And you look down on the hardworking citizens that really make our country run.”

Footage released Tuesday by Breitbart News shows protesters in Florida by groups such as ” Never Again action and Black matter Alliance of Broward County Lives threaten the employees and former employees of the GEO group, a private contractor used by the ICE.

“We know where you sleep at night,” a protester shouted. “We know what kind of dog food that you buy for your dogs.”

Last month a man was killed, the Washington state authorities, when he threw incendiary devices, both an immigration center and in the vicinity of propane tanks. In Colorado, protesters demonstrate outside an ICE facility replaced the American flag with the Mexican flag. Also last month, protesters an ICE building in Washington, DC were arrested, to storm after trying to

Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan said on “Fox & Friends” earlier this month that people need to tone demonized to below “dangerous” rhetoric, ICE officials.

“The environment where we demonize our law enforcement agencies for their work and the enforcement of the law on the books is concerned,” he said. “It can be dangerous, and it is an action, not based on facts, do not as a reaction to something inappropriate, that the men and women of the ICE can in people, and we have the sound down.”


President Trump has called to Action The First step, his signature bipartisan criminal justice reform package, which is one of the greatest successes of his presidency. Fox News exclusively reported in July that more than a hundred violent criminals and sex offenders were released, the Act under the First step, according to data from an administration official.

The data, initially based exclusively on “Tucker Carlson tonight,” apparently disproved, promises from lawmakers and the White house that the legislation will largely affect only prisoners sentenced for minor drug offences. Of 2,243 inmates released, the Act under the First step, only 960 imprisoned for drug-related crimes were.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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