Thursday, April 28, 2016

“justice-involved” criminals individuals


 “justice-involved” criminals individuals


Thomas Holmes on April 27, 2016

Political Correctness and propaganda strike again! Item #187 of how the Left manipulates everything it touches to facilitate their agenda, regardless of whether it actually helps: No longer are we using the term “convicted criminals”. Apparently, it’s harmful for these delicate little snowflakes who are the real victims of their crimes. Instead, according Breitbart these felons “justice-involved” criminals individuals are getting help from the Department of Justice to avoid the consequences of their crimes with this very intentional identity makeover.

Breitbart reports that the DOJ is all over shoving this idiom down everyone’s throats in order to enable criminals to obtain jobs and housing once they’re out of prison. Along with the new preferred term, the DOJ is piling $1.75 million of taxpayer money to social organizations that support such programs. As Attorney General Loretta Lynch put it, “by helping justice-involved youth find decent jobs and stable housing after they return home, these critical grants provide a foundation for a fresh start and offer a path towards productivity and purpose.”

Notionally, it seems perfectly reasonable that people who made a mistake in the past would simply like the chance to rebuild their life the right way. I’ve got no objection to that, in principle. Unfortunately, that’s not really what’s going on here. Let me break it down:
  • PC strikes again. It is both more accurate and more important to refer to criminals as just that. We know exactly who they are and where they come from. There is no rehabilitation without acknowledging your past and if society is being forced to look the other way, hey maybe my history of rape or armed robbery isn’t such a big deal. The term “justice involved” is intentionally vague and uncertain. It’s also somehow condescending to both the convict and the rest of society. The more platitudes the Left can invent, the further they think they can move the definition of things to whatever they prefer. Vagueness is the key starting point for all that. Additionally, if you’re some Neanderthal who still calls them criminals, you’ll out yourself as being a bigot and waayyy behind the times. Also, it’s worth mentioning that this all came about during “National Reentry Week” which is apparently a thing. Yep, felons get their own commemorative week.
  • Like the Left’s sprint to give every illegal immigrant they can find voting rights, this is simply a desperate ploy to increase the number of likely Democrat voters. There’s not a single real principle being fought over here. Sure President Obama can couch this as about rehabilitation but, like fellow Leftist (and my Governor, sadly) Terry McAuliffe’s unilateral move to restore convicted criminal’s voting rights, this is all about whoring out their philosophical heritage for votes wherever they can scrounge them up. The Left may have always been light on the concept of personal responsibility and facing consequences, but thanks to ‘ol Barry in the White House the Left thinks they can practically smell Utopia. No Democrat fought for giving rapists and thugs the same democratic power as productive, law-abiding citizens just like no Democrat suddenly shed tears over transgender bathrooms until it became politically and socially profitable for them to do so.
  • As Breitbart reported, National Reentry Week and the 2007 Second Chance Act enables President Obama and the DOJ the ability to expunge or seal the criminal records of adult felons as old as 24. We’re not talking teens who wen joy riding on prom night, we’re talking grown men who’s potentially violent past and character traits would be hidden from potential landlords. Clash Daily previously reported that Obama is forcing landowners to rent their private property to criminals whether they like it or not.
And in the end, that’s what it’s all about: government centralization by stealing the rights of the individual because the Left believes a better society exists just over that hill. And hey, isn’t that worth a little propagandizing and bullying in the end?


Anonymous said...

Political-Correctness, is the equivalent to abdication on the country to diversity

Anonymous said...

This old black justice b - itch can go to hell! Don't tell people who they have to hire, and sell their house to. We don't want your kind anywhere around us.

marie said...


Anonymous said...

Just about the time you think it couldn't get any more insane, it does.
The hypocrisy and such low level conscious is staggering, but not surprising.

Anonymous said...

I guess the people protecting their right to open carry, or travel, or protest a wrong, and are grabbed, prosecuted, convicted by a jury of 12, of which three, posting above, seem to belong,
I guess the people wrongly/needlessly accused can keep the term convicted criminal.

I can't wait until everything is known, and then we'll know the sit on your azz people who call the game from their sofa.

If you don't know the majority of the people in jail are there for victimless crimes including for being homeless and someone didn't want to see them whereever they sat so they were taken to jail, then I would say STFU, but you're not worth it.

Yeah I know what I'm talking about.
Those people get denied jobs and housing because the county gets paid for accusing them of some crime and giving them three hots and a cot and access to 24 hour medical care and security.

Maybe they'll make it a crime to sit on your azz and hope to be left alone and turn your life over to people so they control your every move and keep you from living free.

The last disease cured was when people could move freely and weren't stuck in the 9 to 5, or controlled by bank employees and the IRS.

Innovation is stagnant, the creative people are in jail.
If they change anything, people like the three above move to ad hominem attacks.
ad hominem

I'll do an ad hominem here.
Informal definition: a person who is notably stupid or lacking in good judgment.

Psychology: (no longer in technical use; now considered offensive) a person of borderline intelligence in a former and discarded classification of mental retardation, having an intelligence quotient of 50 to 69.

True story. I met a man, he was homeless. He went into a store and the store clerk told him to leave, he didn't want his business. The man left, and a few blocks down the road he was arrested for trespassing and put in jail for over six months. He waived the jury trial because he knew he could not find 12 people who would believe him, they'd judge him instead of the owner of the store who abused the legal process and made him lose his freedom, although homeless. He had to suffer the indignation of prison and group living.

The three above would call him a felon and keep him with the term convicted criminal. The justice department knows more than the three above.

Discernment in aware blogs is important or the people that control you will keep controlling you because you are so afraid, you will agree with the three above just so you belong.

Borg, is what that is, and Star Trek isn't the only way the people that know, tried to tell you what you are doing.

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