If you want to stop crime, you have to get tough on crime.
That’s what Attorney General Jeff Sessions believes, which is one of the big reasons why liberals hate him.
After all, liberals believe you should never punish anyone for anything, as personal responsibility doesn’t exist in the snowflake’s world; everyone is everyone else’s responsibility.
Yeah, well, that hasn’t been working out so well for America in recent decades, primarily because humanity doesn’t function well under the “it’s not my fault”mentality.
And Sessions comes down hard when he thinks people are breaking the law. We’re still applauding the ultimatum he gave to sanctuary cities, which basically just says, “STOP breaking the law or else…”
Now, the new AG has opened up another big ol’ can of whoop-ass, and this time he’s targeted the entire criminal population.
Via The Washington Post:
“Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Friday that he has directed his federal prosecutors to pursue the most severe penalties possible, including mandatory minimum sentences, in his first step toward a return to the war on drugs of the 1980s and 1990s that resulted in long sentences for many minority defendants and packed U.S. prisons.”
Of course, given the nature of the source, they were quick to point out how everyone hates the policy, and they even included a piece of media that says “Jeff Sessions is wrong.”
See, mainstream media doesn’t report the news anymore. They tell you how to interpret that news; they tell you what you should think, because you’re just a drooling idiot who needs to be told.
And this is precisely why nobody trusts those outlets any longer. It’s just too insulting to listen to them.
At any rate, Sessions has now overturned former AG Eric H. Holder’s sweeping criminal charging policy that avoided charging criminals with offenses that would result in long mandatory minimum sentences.
Instead, Sessions wants prosecutors to charge defendants with the most serious crimes and pursue the toughest penalties. And right now, in various SAFE countries across the world, citizens and lawmakers are nodding in agreement.
“We are returning to the enforcement of the laws as passed by Congress, plain and simple.
If you are a drug trafficker, we will not look the other way, we will not be willfully blind to your misconduct.”
Source: The Washington Post