Gavin Newsom pardons 7 felons, including 2 facing deportation

California Gov. Gavin Newsom, in an apparent rebuke of President Trump, used his executive authority to pardon two immigrants who went to prison after facing convictions — including for soliciting to commit murder and grand theft.

While his decision doesn’t halt deportation proceedings, it removes the offense that prompted the decision to deport them. Newsom’s office justified the decision as a way to help the pardoned — many of whom were convicted before 2000 — avoid “collateral consequences” of their convictions.

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5 Responses to Gavin Newsom pardons 7 felons, including 2 facing deportation

  1. anonymous says:

    I hope that persons who are responsible for freeing convicted persons can be held responsible for criminal offenses after putting them back in society. I think Newsome is only interested in helping his election chances as well as feeding Trump derangement. The only convicted persons who deserve freedom are those who are innocent, not a commuted sentence.

    Sure be nice to elect a canidate who is concerned for the public good.

  2. Sanders says:

    Newsome is pardoning those who kill Americans. President Trump is pardoning those who kill America’s enemies.

  3. WestcoastDeplorable says:

    Newsom is blind as a bat to his state’s problems. So is his party of idiots.

  4. Ogrrre says:

    So, deport Newsom in their place. Fair is fair.

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